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Date: Tue, 27 Oct 2015 12:55:22 +0530
From: Dis close <>
Subject: CVE Request: XSS in Fast Secure Contact Form version 4.0.37


# Title : XSS in Fast Secure Contact Form version 4.0.37
# Affected Product : Fast Secure Contact Form version 4.0.37
# Vendor Homepage :  *
# Vulnerability Type : Cross Site Scripting
# Risk :  High
# POC URL               :
# Video URL:
# Status : Fixed

By exploiting a Cross-site scripting vulnerability the attacker can hijack
a logged in user’s session by stealing cookies. This means that the
malicious hacker can change the logged in user’s password and invalidate
the session of the victim while the hacker maintains access.

Technical Details

   1. Visit the following page on a site with this plugin installed.

   2. Modify the value of *fs_contact_form1[welcome]* variable with
   *<script>alert(document.cookie);</script> *the server.
   3. Now, the added XSS payload will be echoed back from the server
   without payload and send the request to validating the input whenever we
   visit the script stored page.

Advisory Timeline
2015-09-05 – Discovered in Fast Secure Contact Form version 4.0.37
2015-09-07 – Reported to
2015-09-07 – Vendor Responded
2015-09-08 – Fixed in Fast Secure Contact Form version 4.0.38


Credits & Authors
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Please assign CVE as appropriate. Thanks for your valuable time & effort


Cheers !!!

Team CSW

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