- Doesn’t escape all HTML
- Records the IP address of users who submit subscription requests, but the IP address is inserted into the subscription form as a hidden field meaning that the IP address can be changed before submission
- This means that when admin users export the subscriptions to CSV they will see the incorrect IP addresses (probably not a security issue)
- The plugin attempts to limit the rate at which the form can be submitted from a single IP (when a filter called s2_lockout returns greater than zero, which it doesn’t by default). This flaw would prevent that rate limiting from functioning when faced with a malicious user
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- Tom Adams
- Last revised
- July 25, 2017
- Versions tested
- Plugin homepage
- Other versions