|Bugzilla:||976784: CVE-2013-2199 CVE-2013-2200 CVE-2013-2201 CVE-2013-2202 CVE-2013-2203 CVE-2013-2204 CVE-2013-2205 wordpress: Multiple security flaws to be corrected within upstream 3.5.2 version|
The MITRE CVE dictionary describes this issue as:
moxieplayer.as in Moxiecode moxieplayer, as used in the TinyMCE Media plugin in WordPress before 3.5.2 and other products, does not consider the presence of a # (pound sign) character during extraction of the QUERY_STRING, which allows remote attackers to pass arbitrary parameters to a Flash application, and conduct content-spoofing attacks, via a crafted string after a ? (question mark) character.
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