WordPress Inline Image Upload for BBPress Plugin <= 1.1.18 is vulnerable to Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF)

Patch priority: low
Low priority vPatch unnecessary
Vulnerable version
<= 1.1.18 Vulnerable version
1.1.19 Fixed version

27 December 2023 by Patchstack


CVSS 4.3


Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF)

This could allow a malicious actor to force higher privileged users to execute unwanted actions under their current authentication.

This is a general description of this vulnerability type, specific impact varies case by case. CVSS score is a way to evaluate and rank reported vulnerabilities in a standardized and repeatable way, but it is not ideal for WordPress.


This security issue has a low severity impact and is unlikely to be exploited.

Update to version X or later

Update to version 1.1.19 or later.

Update to version 1.1.19 or later to remove the vulnerability. Patchstack users can turn on auto-update for vulnerable plugins only.


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25 Nov 2023
Early warning sent out

Early warning sent out to Patchstack customers

27 Dec 2023
Published by Patchstack

Published by Patchstack

29 Dec 2023

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