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NameDescriptionCVEAn issue was discovered in cipsas.com in LiveZilla Live Chat (Helpdesk). A blind JavaScript injection lies in the name parameter. Triggering this can fetch the username and passwords of the helpdesk employees in the URI. This leads to a privilege escalation, from unauthenticated to user-level access, leading to full account takeover. The attack fetches multiple credentials because they are stored in the database (stored XSS). This affects the mobile/chat URI via the lgn and psswrd parameters. CVEAEM versions (and below), (and below) and (and below) are affected by a stored XSS vulnerability that allows users with 'Author' privileges to store malicious scripts in fields associated with the Inbox calendar feature. These scripts may be executed in a victim&#;s browser when they open the page containing the vulnerable field. CVEThe AEM forms add-on for versions (and below) and (and below) is affected by a stored XSS vulnerability that allows users with 'Author' privileges to store malicious scripts in fields associated with the Forms component. These scripts may be executed in a victim&#;s browser when they open the page containing the vulnerable field. CVEAEM versions (and below), (and below), (and below) and SP1-CFP20 (and below) are affected by a stored XSS vulnerability that allows users with 'Author' privileges to store malicious scripts in fields associated with the Design Importer. These scripts may be executed in a victim&#;s browser when they open the page containing the vulnerable field. CVEAEM versions (and below), (and below), (and below) and SP1-CFP20 (and below) are affected by a stored XSS vulnerability that allows users with access to the Content Repository Development Environment to store malicious scripts in certain node fields. These scripts may be executed in a victim&#;s browser when visiting the page containing the vulnerable field. CVEAEM versions (and below), (and below), (and below) and SP1-CFP20 (and below) are affected by a stored XSS vulnerability that allows users with access to the Content Repository Development Environment to store malicious scripts in certain node fields. These scripts may be executed in a victim&#;s browser when they open the page containing the vulnerable field. CVEAEM versions (and below), (and below), (and below) and SP1-CFP20 (and below) are affected by a stored XSS vulnerability that allows users with access to the Content Repository Development Environment to store malicious scripts in certain node fields. These scripts may be executed in a victim&#;s browser when browsing to the page containing the vulnerable field. CVEAEM versions (and below), (and below), (and below) and SP1-CFP20 (and below) are affected by a stored XSS vulnerability that allows users with access to the Content Repository Development Environment to store malicious scripts in certain node fields. These scripts may be executed in a victim&#;s browser when search queries return the page containing the vulnerable field. CVEThe AEM Forms add-on for versions (and below) and (and below) is affected by a stored XSS vulnerability that allows users with 'Author' privileges to store malicious scripts in fields associated with the Forms component. These scripts may be executed in a victim&#;s browser when they open the page containing the vulnerable field. CVEThe AEM Forms add-on for versions (and below) and (and below) are affected by a stored XSS vulnerability that allows users with 'Author' privileges to store malicious scripts in fields associated with the Sites component. These scripts may be executed in a victim&#;s browser when they open the page containing the vulnerable field. CVECross Site scripting vulnerability on Micro Focus Enterprise Server and Enterprise developer, affecting all versions prior to version Patch Update 8. The vulnerability could allow an attacker to trigger administrative actions when an administrator viewed malicious data left by the attacker (stored XSS) or followed a malicious link (reflected XSS). CVECross Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability in Micro Focus ArcSight Enterprise Security Manager (ESM) product, Affecting versions x, and . The vulnerabilities could be remotely exploited resulting in Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) or information disclosure. CVEA stored XSS vulnerability was discovered in Micro Focus Vibe, affecting all Vibe version prior to The vulnerability could allows a remote attacker to craft and store malicious content into Vibe such that when the content is viewed by another user of the system, attacker controlled JavaScript will execute in the security context of the target user&#;s browser. CVEAn issue was found in Apache Airflow versions and below. A stored XSS vulnerability was discovered in the Chart pages of the the "classic" UI. CVEPiwigo has stored XSS via the file parameter in a /cipsas.com request because of the cipsas.como function. CVEOctech Oempro through allow stored XSS by an authenticated user. The FolderName parameter of the cipsas.comFolder command is vulnerable. CVEOctech Oempro through allow XSS by an authenticated user. The parameter CampaignName in cipsas.com is vulnerable. CVEMultiple Stored Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in the Webnus Modern Events Calendar Lite plugin through for WordPress allows remote authenticated users (with minimal permissions) to inject arbitrary JavaScript, HTML, or CSS via Ajax actions. This affects mec_save_notifications and import_settings. CVEThere is an XSS (cross-site scripting) vulnerability in GwtUpload in the file upload functionality. Someone can upload a file with a malicious filename, which contains JavaScript code, which would result in XSS. Cross-site scripting enables attackers to steal data, change the appearance of a website, and perform other malicious activities like phishing or drive-by hacking. CVEZulip Server before allows XSS via the modal_link feature in the Markdown functionality. CVEZulip Desktop before loaded untrusted content in an Electron webview with web security disabled, which can be exploited for XSS in a number of ways. This especially affects Zulip Desktop CVEA cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the WSC plugin through for CKEditor 4 allows remote attackers to run arbitrary web script inside an IFRAME element by injecting a crafted HTML element into the editor. CVEcipsas.com in SecureAuth IdP suffers from a client-side template injection that allows for script execution, in the same manner as XSS. CVEOX Guard and earlier allows XSS. CVEIBL Online Weather before a allows unauthenticated reflected XSS via the redirect page. CVEAn issue was discovered in the pricing-table-by-supsystic plugin before for WordPress. It allows XSS. CVEStored XSS exists in the Appointment Booking Calendar plugin before for WordPress. In the cpabc_cipsas.com file, the Calendar Name input could allow attackers to inject arbitrary JavaScript or HTML. CVEGraph Builder in SAS Visual Analytics allows XSS via a graph template that is accessed directly. CVESubversion ALM for the enterprise before allows reflected XSS at multiple locations. CVESOPlanning allows XSS via the Name or Comment to cipsas.com CVESOPlanning allows XSS via the "Your SoPlanning url" field. CVEfauzantrif eLection has XSS via the Admin Dashboard -> Settings -> Election -> "message if election is closed" field. CVEMultiple stored XSS vulnerabilities exist in the 10Web Photo Gallery plugin before WordPress. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability would allow a authenticated admin user to inject arbitrary JavaScript code that is viewed by other users. CVEA stored XSS vulnerability exists in the Envira Photo Gallery plugin through for WordPress. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability would allow a authenticated low-privileged user to inject arbitrary JavaScript code that is viewed by other users. CVEIn SilverStripe through , malicious users with a valid Silverstripe CMS login (usually CMS access) can craft profile information which can lead to XSS for other users through specially crafted login form URLs. CVEAn improper neutralization of input vulnerability in FortiWLC allows a remote authenticated attacker to perform a stored cross site scripting attack (XSS) via the ESS profile or the Radius Profile. CVEA cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the HTML Data Processor for CKEditor before allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script through a crafted "protected" comment (with the cke_protected syntax). CVEJoplin through allows Arbitrary File Read via XSS. CVEJeedom through allows XSS. CVESymmetricom SyncServer S , S , S , S , and S devices allow stored XSS via the newUserName parameter on the "User Creation, Deletion and Password Maintenance" screen (when creating a new user). CVEIteris Vantage Velocity Field Unit devices have multiple stored XSS issues in all parameters of the Start Data Viewer feature of the /cgi-bin/cipsas.com script. CVEAn issue was discovered on Xirrus XR, XR, XR, and XH devices. The cgi-bin/cipsas.com user parameter allows XSS. CVEThe WPJobBoard plugin for WordPress allows Persistent XSS via the Add Job form, as demonstrated by title and Description. CVEDolibarr allows XSS via the joinfiles, topic, or code parameter, or the HTTP Referer header. CVEA cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the Import People functionality in Gluu Identity Configuration allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via the filename parameter. CVEStored Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in Blackboard Learn/PeopleTool v allows users to inject arbitrary web script via the Tile widget in the People Tool profile editor. CVECodoforum allows self-XSS via the title of a new topic. CVEA stored XSS vulnerability exists in the Modula Image Gallery plugin before for WordPress. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability would allow an authenticated low-privileged user to inject arbitrary JavaScript code that is viewed by other users. CVEZendTo prior to Beta allowed reflected XSS and CSRF via the cipsas.com unlock user functionality. CVEA cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability was discovered in the Source Integration plugin before and 2.x before for MantisBT. The repo_cipsas.com Delete Repository page allows execution of arbitrary code via a repo name (if CSP settings permit it). This is related to CVE CVEThere is an Improper Neutralization of Script-Related HTML Tags in a Web Page (Basic XSS) vulnerability in php webpages of Tiki-Wiki Groupware. Tiki-Wiki CMS all versions through allows malicious users to cause the injection of malicious code fragments (scripts) into a legitimate web page. CVEWestern Digital cipsas.com before Web Version allows XSS. CVEFiserv Accurate Reconciliation allows XSS via the cipsas.com timeOut parameter. CVEFiserv Accurate Reconciliation allows XSS via the Source or Destination field of the Configuration Manager (Configuration Parameter Translation) page. CVEAn improper HTML sanitization in Dart versions up to and including and dev versions dev, allows an attacker leveraging DOM Clobbering techniques to skip the sanitization and inject custom html/javascript (XSS). Mitigation: update your Dart SDK to , and dev for the dev version. If you cannot update, we recommend you review the way you use the affected APIs, and pay special attention to cases where user-provided data is used to populate DOM nodes. Consider using cipsas.comext or cipsas.com to populate DOM elements. CVEStored XSS was discovered on CHIYU BF / TCP/IP Converter devices before , as demonstrated by the /cipsas.com TF_submask field. CVEcipsas.com?p=/dashboard/settings/branding in Vanilla allows stored XSS. CVEHitron CODAU devices allow XSS via a Managed Device name on the Wireless > Access Control > Add Managed Device screen. CVEhtmlfile in lib/transport/cipsas.com in SockJS before is vulnerable to Reflected XSS via the /htmlfile c (aka callback) parameter. CVEDigi TransPort WR21 , WR44 , and WR44v2 devices allow stored XSS in the web application. CVEA Stored XSS vulnerability has been found in the administration page of the WTI Like Post plugin through for WordPress. Once the administrator has submitted the data, the script stored is executed for all the users visiting the website. CVEComposr allows Persistent XSS via a Usergroup name under the Security configuration. CVESynaptive Medical ClearCanvas ImageServer Alpha allows XSS (and HTML injection) via the cipsas.com UserName parameter. NOTE: the issues/ reference does not imply that the affected product can be downloaded from GitHub. It was simply a convenient location for a public bug report. CVEAlfresco Enterprise before and Alfresco Community before (rbd6-b) has XSS via an uploaded document, when the attacker has write access to a project. CVEAlfresco Enterprise before and Alfresco Community before (rbd6-b) has XSS via a user profile photo, as demonstrated by a SCRIPT element in an SVG document. CVEAlfresco Enterprise before and Alfresco Community before (rbd6-b) has XSS via the URL property of a file. CVEPega Platform before version is affected by a Stored Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the comment tags. CVEThe Richtext Editor in Pega Platform before is affected by a Stored Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability. CVEIn Progress MOVEit Transfer before and before , a REST API endpoint failed to adequately sanitize malicious input, which could allow an authenticated attacker to execute arbitrary code in a victim's browser, aka XSS. CVEA cross-site scripting vulnerability (XSS) in Trend Micro InterScan Web Security Virtual Appliance may allow a remote attacker to tamper with the web interface of affected installations. User interaction is required to exploit this vulnerability in that the target must visit a malicious page or open a malicious file. CVEThe Ninja Forms plugin CVEStored XSS in the Strong Testimonials plugin before for WordPress can result in an attacker performing malicious actions such as stealing session tokens. CVEmassCode alpha.6 allows XSS via crafted Markdown text, with resultant remote code execution (because nodeIntegration in webPreferences is true). CVEOX App Suite through allows XSS. CVEIn IceWarp Webmail Server through , there is XSS in the /webmail/ color parameter. CVEXSS exists in the shortcode functionality of the GistPress plugin before for WordPress via the includes/cipsas.com id parameter. This allows an attacker with the WordPress Contributor role to execute arbitrary JavaScript code with the privileges of other users (e.g., ones who have the publish_posts capability). CVEIn Kronos Web Time and Attendance (webTA) x and later 4.x versions before , there is a Stored XSS vulnerability by setting the Application Banner input field of the /ApplicationBanner page as an authenticated administrator. CVEA stored XSS vulnerability in Kronos Web Time and Attendance (webTA) affects x and later 3.x versions before via multiple input fields (Login Message, Banner Message, and Password Instructions) of the cipsas.comgMenu servlet via an authenticated administrator. CVEThe installations for ABB System xA Information Manager versions , to and wrongly contain an auxiliary component. An attacker is able to use this for an XSS-like attack to an authenticated local user, which might lead to execution of arbitrary code. CVEXSS was discovered in the RegistrationMagic plugin for WordPress via the rm_form_id, rm_tr, or form_name parameter. CVEThe Elementor plugin before for WordPress suffers from a reflected XSS vulnerability on the elementor-system-info page. These can be exploited by targeting an authenticated user. CVEAn issue was discovered in Joomla! before Inadequate escaping of usernames allows XSS attacks in com_actionlogs. CVEA cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability was discovered in the legacy IBM and Lenovo System x IMM2 (Integrated Management Module 2), prior to version , embedded Baseboard Management Controller (BMC) web interface during an internal security review. This vulnerability could allow JavaScript code to be executed in the user's web browser if the user is convinced to visit a crafted URL, possibly through phishing. Successful exploitation requires specific knowledge about the user&#;s network to be included in the crafted URL. Impact is limited to the normal access restrictions and permissions of the user clicking the crafted URL, and subject to the user being able to connect to and already being authenticated to IMM2 or other systems. The JavaScript code is not executed on IMM2 itself. CVEA cross site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in Pulse Connect Secure <R8 allowed attackers to exploit in the URL used for Citrix ICA. CVEImproper input validation in Citrix XenMobile Server before RP1, Citrix XenMobile Server before RP4, Citrix XenMobile Server before RP6 and Citrix XenMobile Server before RP5 allows Cross-Site Scripting (XSS). CVEA cross site scripting (XSS) vulnerability exists in Pulse Connect Secure <R5 on the PSAL Page. CVEImproper input validation in Citrix ADC and Citrix Gateway versions before , , , and and Citrix SDWAN WAN-OP versions before a, d and resulting in Stored Cross-Site Scripting (XSS). CVEImproper input validation in Citrix ADC and Citrix Gateway versions before , , , and and Citrix SDWAN WAN-OP versions before a, d and allows reflected Cross Site Scripting (XSS). CVEWe have recently released new version of AirMax AirOS firmware v for TI, XW and XM boards that fixes vulnerabilities found on AirMax AirOS v and prior TI, XW and XM boards, according to the description below:Multiple end-points with parameters vulnerable to reflected cross site scripting (XSS), allowing attackers to abuse the user' session information and/or account takeover of the admin cipsas.comtion:Update to the latest AirMax AirOS firmware version available at the AirMax download page. CVEA reflected XSS vulnerability has been discovered in the publicly accessible cipsas.com delivery script of Revive Adserver <= by Jacopo Tediosi. There are currently no known exploits: the session identifier cannot be accessed as it is stored in an http-only cookie as of v On older versions, however, under specific circumstances, it could be possible to steal the session identifier and gain access to the admin interface. The query string sent to the www/delivery/cipsas.com script was printed back without proper escaping in a JavaScript context, allowing an attacker to execute arbitrary JS code on the browser of the victim. CVEcipsas.com in TYPO3 to ELTS and to could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to conduct a cross-site scripting (XSS) attack on a targeted system. This may be at a contrib/websvg/cipsas.com pathname. CVEThe Username field in the Storage Service settings of A1 WLAN Box ADB VVv2 devices allows stored XSS (after a successful Administrator login). CVEPiwigo is affected by stored XSS via the Group Name Field to the group_list page. CVEThe image view functionality in Horde Groupware Webmail Edition before is affected by a stored Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability via an SVG image upload containing a JavaScript payload. An attacker can obtain access to a victim's webmail account by making them visit a malicious URL. CVEGollem before , as used in Horde Groupware Webmail Edition and other products, is affected by a reflected Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability via the HTTP GET dir parameter in the browser functionality, affecting breadcrumb output. An attacker can obtain access to a victim's webmail account by making them visit a malicious URL. CVERuckus R devices allow XSS via the cipsas.com Device Name field. CVEA Improper Neutralization of Input During Web Page Generation vulnerability in open-build-service allows remote attackers to store arbitrary JS code to cause XSS. This issue affects: openSUSE open-build-service versions prior to 7cc32c8e2ffed9a80a9dc29afb. CVEASUS WRT-AC66U 3 RT _67 devices allow XSS via the Client Name field to the Parental Control feature. CVEhtdocs/user/cipsas.com in Dolibarr allows XSS via the Referer HTTP header. CVEMultiple cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in Dolibarr allow remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via the (1) label[libelle] parameter to the /htdocs/admin/cipsas.com?id=3 page; the (2) name[constname] parameter to the /htdocs/admin/cipsas.com?mainmenu=home page; the (3) note[note] parameter to the /htdocs/admin/cipsas.com?id=10 page; the (4) zip[MAIN_INFO_SOCIETE_ZIP] or email[mail] parameter to the /htdocs/admin/cipsas.com page; the (5) url[defaulturl], field[defaultkey], or value[defaultvalue] parameter to the /htdocs/admin/cipsas.com page; the (6) key[transkey] or key[transvalue] parameter to the /htdocs/admin/cipsas.com page; or the (7) [main_motd] or [main_home] parameter to the /htdocs/admin/cipsas.com page. CVEAdive Framework has admin/user/add userName XSS. CVEAdive Framework has admin/user/add userUsername XSS. CVEGitLab through allows XSS. CVEGitLab EE and later through allows XSS. CVEAn XSS issue in the title field in Plone through allows users with a certain privilege level to insert JavaScript that will be executed when other users access the site. CVEIn LifeRay Portal CE through , the First Name, Middle Name, and Last Name fields for user accounts in MyAccountPortlet are all vulnerable to a persistent XSS issue. Any user can modify these fields with a particular XSS payload, and it will be stored in the database. The payload will then be rendered when a user utilizes the search feature to search for other users (i.e., if a user with modified fields occurs in the search results). CVEAn issue was discovered on Eaton 5P devices. The Ubicacion SAI field allows XSS attacks by an administrator. CVEJetBrains YouTrack before was vulnerable to XSS via an issue description. CVEIn JetBrains TeamCity before , several user-level pages were vulnerable to XSS. CVEJetBrains TeamCity before was vulnerable to a stored XSS attack by a user with the developer role. CVEAll affected versions < of package jspdf are vulnerable to Cross-site Scripting (XSS). It is possible to inject JavaScript code via the html method. CVEdocsify prior to is susceptible to Cross-site Scripting (XSS). cipsas.com uses fragment identifiers (parameters after # sign) to load resources from server-side .md files. Due to lack of validation here, it is possible to provide external URLs after the /#/ (cipsas.com#//cipsas.com) and render arbitrary JavaScript/HTML inside docsify page. CVEA vulnerability has been identified in Spectrum Power&#; 5 (All versions < v HF02). The web server could allow Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) attacks if unsuspecting users are tricked into accessing a malicious link. User interaction is required for a successful exploitation. If deployed according to recommended system configuration, Siemens consideres the environmental vector as CR:L/IR:M/AR:H/MAV:A (). CVEA vulnerability has been identified in Camstar Enterprise Platform (All versions), Opcenter Execution Core (All versions < V), Opcenter Execution Core (V). An authenticated user with the ability to create containers, packages or register defects could perform stored Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) attacks within the vulnerable software. The impact of this attack could result in the session cookies of legitimate users being stolen. Should the attacker gain access to these cookies, they could then hijack the session and perform arbitrary actions in the name of the victim. CVEA vulnerability has been identified in Climatix POL (BACnet/IP module) (All versions), Climatix POL (AWM module) (All versions). A persistent cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability exists in the web server access log page of the affected devices that could allow an attacker to inject arbitrary JavaScript code via specially crafted GET requests. The code could be potentially executed later by another (privileged) user. The security vulnerability could be exploited by an attacker with network access to the affected system. Successful exploitation requires no system privileges. An attacker could use the vulnerability to compromise the confidentiality and integrity of other users' web sessions. CVEA vulnerability has been identified in Climatix POL (BACnet/IP module) (All versions), Climatix POL (AWM module) (All versions). A persistent cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability exists in the "Server Config" web interface of the affected devices that could allow an attacker to inject arbitrary JavaScript code. The code could be potentially executed later by another (possibly privileged) user. The security vulnerability could be exploited by an attacker with network access to the affected system. Successful exploitation requires no system privileges. An attacker could use the vulnerability to compromise the confidentiality and integrity of other users' web session. CVEA CWEImproper Neutralization of Input During Web Page Generation ('Cross-site Scripting') vulnerability exists Andover Continuum (All versions), which could cause a Reflective Cross-site Scripting (XSS attack) when using the products' web server. CVEA CWEImproper Neutralization of Input During Web Page Generation ('Cross-site Scripting') vulnerability exists Andover Continuum (All versions), which could enable a successful Cross-site Scripting (XSS attack) when using the products' web server. CVESonoff TH 10 and 16 devices with firmware allows XSS via the Friendly Name 1 field (after a successful login with the Web Admin Password). CVECross-site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the 'notes' field of a discovered scan asset in Rapid7 Metasploit Pro allows an attacker with a specially-crafted network service of a scan target store an XSS sequence in the Metasploit Pro console, which will trigger when the operator views the record of that scanned host in the Metasploit Pro interface. This issue affects Rapid7 Metasploit Pro version and prior versions, and is fixed in Metasploit Pro version See also CVE, which describes a similar issue, but involving the generated 'host' field of a discovered scan asset. CVECross-site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the 'host' field of a discovered scan asset in Rapid7 Metasploit Pro allows an attacker with a specially-crafted network service of a scan target to store an XSS sequence in the Metasploit Pro console, which will trigger when the operator views the record of that scanned host in the Metasploit Pro interface. This issue affects Rapid7 Metasploit Pro version and prior versions, and is fixed in Metasploit Pro version See also CVE, which describes a similar issue, but involving the generated 'notes' field of a discovered scan asset. CVESMC D3GW LAT_GA devices allow XSS via the SSID field on the WiFi Network Configuration page (after a successful login to the admin account). CVEThe conversation-watson plugin before for WordPress has a DOM-based XSS vulnerability that is executed when a chat message containing JavaScript is sent. CVEUHP UHP , , and devices allow XSS via cw2?td= (Site Name field of the Site Setup section). CVEUHP UHP , , and devices allow XSS via cB3?ta= (profile title). CVERuckus ZoneFlex R devices allow Stored XSS via the SSID field on the Configuration > Radio G > Wireless X screen (after a successful login to the super account). CVEThe Calculated Fields Form plugin through for WordPress suffers from multiple Stored XSS vulnerabilities present in the input forms. These can be exploited by an authenticated user. CVELinuxKI v and earlier is vulnerable to an XSS which is resolved in release CVEA security vulnerability in HPE IceWall SSO Dfw and Dgfw (Domain Gateway Option) could be exploited remotely to cause a remote cross-site scripting (XSS). HPE has provided the following information to resolve this vulnerability in HPE IceWall SSO DFW and Dgfw: cipsas.com CVEThe LearnDash LMS plugin before for WordPress allows XSS via the ld-profile search field. CVEThe Ultimate FAQ plugin before for WordPress allows XSS via Display_FAQ to Shortcodes/cipsas.com CVECacti has stored XSS in data_cipsas.com, color_templates_cipsas.com, cipsas.com, graph_cipsas.com, lib/api_cipsas.com, user_cipsas.com, and user_group_cipsas.com, as demonstrated by the description parameter in data_cipsas.com (a raw string from the database that is displayed by $header to trigger the XSS). CVEThe chained-quiz plugin for WordPress has reflected XSS via the wp-admin/cipsas.com total_questions parameter. CVECodologic Codoforum through allows stored XSS in the login area. This is relevant in conjunction with CVE because session cookies lack the HttpOnly flag. The impact is account takeover. CVECodologic Codoforum through allows a DOM-based XSS. While creating a new topic as a normal user, it is possible to add a poll that is automatically loaded in the DOM once the thread/topic is opened. Because session cookies lack the HttpOnly flag, it is possible to steal authentication cookies and take over accounts. CVEIn Kibana versions before and the region map visualization in contains a stored XSS flaw. An attacker who is able to edit or create a region map visualization could obtain sensitive information or perform destructive actions on behalf of Kibana users who view the region map visualization. CVEKibana versions before and contains a stored XSS flaw in the TSVB visualization. An attacker who is able to edit or create a TSVB visualization could allow the attacker to obtain sensitive information from, or perform destructive actions, on behalf of Kibana users who edit the TSVB visualization. CVEElastic App Search versions before contain a cross site scripting (XSS) flaw when displaying document URLs in the Reference UI. If the Reference UI injects a URL into a result, that URL will be rendered by the web browser. If an attacker is able to control the contents of such a field, they could execute arbitrary JavaScript in the victim�s web browser. CVEPCS DEXICON allows XSS via the loginName parameter in login_cipsas.com CVEAn issue was discovered on Cayin SMP-PRO4 devices. They allow image_cipsas.com?filename= reflected XSS. CVEThe server management software module of ZTE has a storage XSS vulnerability. The attacker inserts some attack codes through the foreground login page, which will cause the user to execute the predefined malicious script in the browser. This affects <RG4V/V/V/V/V/V/V/V/V/V/V/V;RG4V/V/V/V/V;RG4V/V/V/V>. CVEA cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the JOC Cockpit component of SOS JobScheduler and allows attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via JSON properties available from the REST API. CVEcipsas.com in the miniorange-samlsingle-sign-on plugin before for WordPress allows XSS via a crafted SAML XML Response to cipsas.com This is related to the SAMLResponse and RelayState variables, and the Destination parameter of the samlp:Response XML element. CVEThe marketo-forms-and-tracking plugin through for WordPress allows wp-admin/cipsas.com?page=marketo_fat CSRF with resultant XSS. CVEAxper Vision II 4 devices allow XSS via the DEVICE_NAME (aka Device Name) parameter to the cipsas.com URI. CVEOpenTrade through has a DOM-based XSS vulnerability that is executed when an administrator attempts to delete a message that contains JavaScript. CVEAn issue was discovered in TopManage OLK As there is no ReadOnly on the Session cookie, the user and admin accounts can be taken over in a DOM-Based XSS attack. CVEZoho ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus Build allows XSS. This issue was fixed in version Build , SD CVEIn Mozilla Bleach before , a mutation XSS in cipsas.com when RCDATA and either svg or math tags are whitelisted and the keyword argument strip=False. CVEA reflected XSS vulnerability exists within the gateway, allowing an attacker to craft a specialized URL which could steal the user's authentication token. When combined with CVE, an attacker could fully compromise the system. CVEIn Mozilla Bleach before , a mutation XSS affects users calling cipsas.com with noscript and a raw tag in the allowed/whitelisted tags option. CVEA cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in Option/cipsas.com in Rasilient PixelStor K (KDI Version) allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via the ContentFrame parameter. CVEThe Login by Auth0 plugin before for WordPress allows stored XSS on multiple pages, a different issue than CVE CVEAn improper neutralization of input vulnerability in the dashboard of FortiADC may allow an authenticated attacker to perform a cross site scripting attack (XSS) via the name parameter. CVEAn improper neutralization of input vulnerability in FortiWeb allows a remote authenticated attacker to perform a stored cross site scripting attack (XSS) via the Disclaimer Description of a Replacement Message. CVEAn improper neutralization of input vulnerability in the URL Description in Fortinet FortiIsolator version allows a remote authenticated attacker to perform a cross site scripting attack (XSS). CVEAn improper neutralization of input vulnerability in the Admin Profile of FortiAnalyzer may allow a remote authenticated attacker to perform a stored cross site scripting attack (XSS) via the Description Area. CVEIn PrestaShop , XSS can occur during addition or removal of a QuickAccess link. This is related to cipsas.com, themes/default/template/cipsas.com, and themes/new-theme/js/cipsas.com CVENagios Log Server allows XSS by visiting /profile and entering a crafted name field that is mishandled on the /admin/users page. Any malicious user with limited access can store an XSS payload in his Name. When any admin views this, the XSS is triggered. CVEBigProf Online Invoicing System (OIS) through has XSS that can be leveraged for session hijacking. An attacker can exploit the XSS vulnerability, retrieve the session cookie from the administrator login, and take over the administrator account via the Name field in an Add New Client action. CVECross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in mailhive/cloudbeez/cipsas.com and mailhive/cloudbeez/cloudloader_cipsas.com in the MailBeez plugin for ZenCart before allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via the cloudloader_mode parameter. CVEPI Rest Adapter of SAP Process Integration (update provided in SAP_XIAF , , ) does not sufficiently encode user-controlled inputs, resulting in Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability. CVESAP Business Objects Business Intelligence Platform (Central Management Console), versions- , , allows an attacker with administrator rights can use the web application to send malicious code to a different end user (victim), as it does not sufficiently encode user-controlled inputs for RecycleBin, resulting in Stored Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability. CVESAP Fiori Launchpad does not sufficiently encode user controlled inputs, and hence allowing the attacker to inject the meta tag into the launchpad html using the vulnerable parameter, resulting in reflected Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability. With a successful attack, the attacker can steal authentication information of the user, such as data relating to his or her current session. CVESAP Enterprise Threat Detection, versions , , does not sufficiently encode error response pages in case of errors, allowing XSS payload reflecting in the response, leading to reflected Cross Site Scripting. CVESAP NetWeaver AS ABAP Business Server Pages Test Application SBSPEXT_TABLE, versions , , , , , , , , , , , does not sufficiently encode user-controlled inputs, resulting in reflected Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability. CVESAP Business Objects Business Intelligence Platform (Web Intelligence HTML interface), version , does not sufficiently encode user-controlled inputs, resulting in Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability. CVESAP NetWeaver AS ABAP (Business Server Pages application CRM_BSP_FRAME), versions , , , , , , , , , , , 75A, 75B, 75C, 75D, 75E, does not sufficiently encode user controlled inputs, resulting in reflected Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability. CVESAP Business Objects Business Intelligence Platform (Web Intelligence HTML interface), version , does not sufficiently encode user-controlled inputs, resulting in Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability. CVESAP Business Objects Business Intelligence Platform (Web Intelligence HTML interface), versions , , does not sufficiently encode user-controlled inputs, resulting in Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability. CVEWeb Intelligence HTML interface in SAP Business Objects Business Intelligence Platform, versions , , does not sufficiently encode user-controlled inputs, resulting in Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability. CVESAP NetWeaver AS ABAP Business Server Pages Test Application IT00, versions , , , , , , , , , , , does not sufficiently encode user-controlled inputs, resulting in reflected Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability. CVESAP Business Objects Business Intelligence Platform (BI Launchpad), version , does not sufficiently encode user-controlled inputs, resulting in reflected Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability. CVESAP NetWeaver AS ABAP Business Server Pages Test Application SBSPEXT_PHTMLB, versions , , , , , , , , , , , is vulnerable to reflected Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) via different URL parameters as it does not sufficiently encode user controlled inputs. CVESAP Fiori Launchpad, versions- , , does not sufficiently encode user-controlled inputs, and hence allowing the attacker to inject the meta tag into the launchpad html using the vulnerable parameter, leading to reflected Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability. CVEThe SAP Commerce (SmartEdit Extension), versions- , , , , is vulnerable to client-side angularjs template injection, a variant of Cross-Site-Scripting (XSS) that exploits the templating facilities of the angular framework. CVESAP NetWeaver (Knowledge Management ICE Service), versions , , , , allows an unauthenticated attacker to execute malicious scripts leading to Reflected Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability. CVEUnder certain conditions, ABAP Online Community in SAP NetWeaver (SAP_BASIS version ) and SAP S/4HANA (SAP_BASIS versions , , , , ), does not sufficiently encode user-controlled inputs, resulting in Reflected Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability. CVEA cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the index page of the CLink Office management console allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via the lang parameter. CVEA flaw in the WordPress plugin, Minimal Coming Soon & Maintenance Mode through , allows a CSRF attack to enable maintenance mode, inject XSS, modify several important settings, or include remote files as a logo. CVEThe WikibaseMediaInfo extension for MediaWiki allows XSS because of improper template syntax within the PropertySuggestionsWidget template (in the templates/search/cipsas.comhe+dom file). CVEIn BIG-IP versions , , , , , and , an undisclosed TMUI page contains a vulnerability which allows a stored XSS when BIG-IP systems are setup in a device trust. CVEIn BIG-IP versions , , , , a Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability exists in an undisclosed page of the BIG-IP Configuration utility. CVEIn NGINX Controller , undisclosed API endpoints may allow for a reflected Cross Site Scripting (XSS) attack. If the victim user is logged in as admin this could result in a complete compromise of the system. CVEOn versions , , and , in BIG-IP APM portal access, a specially crafted HTTP request can lead to reflected XSS after the BIG-IP APM system rewrites the HTTP response from the untrusted backend server and sends it to the client. CVECodoforum allows XSS in the admin dashboard via a category to the Manage Users screen. CVECodoforum allows XSS in the user registration page: via the username field to the cipsas.com?u=/user/register URI. The payload is, for example, executed on the admin/cipsas.com?page=users/manage page. CVESymantec IT Analytics, prior to , may be susceptible to a cross-site scripting (XSS) exploit, which is a type of issue that can potentially enable attackers to inject client-side scripts into web pages viewed by other users. CVEInsufficient output sanitization in Teltonika firmware TRB2_R_ allows a remote, authenticated attacker to conduct persistent cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks by injecting malicious client-side code into the 'URL/ Host / Connection' form in the 'DATA TO SERVER' configuration section. CVENessus and earlier were found to contain a Stored XSS vulnerability due to improper validation of input during scan configuration. An authenticated, remote attacker could potentially exploit this vulnerability to execute arbitrary code in a user's session. Tenable has implemented additional input validation mechanisms to correct this issue in Nessus CVEInsufficient output sanitization in TCExam allows a remote, authenticated attacker to conduct persistent cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks by creating a crafted operator. CVEInsufficient output sanitization in TCExam allows a remote, unauthenticated attacker to conduct persistent cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks via the self-registration feature. CVEInsufficient output sanitization in TCExam allows a remote, authenticated attacker to conduct persistent cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks by creating a crafted group. CVEInsufficient output sanitization in TCExam allows a remote, unauthenticated attacker to conduct persistent cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks via the self-registration feature. CVEInsufficient output sanitization in TCExam allows a remote, authenticated attacker to conduct persistent cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks by creating a crafted test. CVEInsufficient output sanitization in TCExam allows a remote, authenticated attacker to conduct persistent cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks by creating a crafted test. CVEStored XSS in cipsas.com before could allow an authenticated remote attacker to craft a request to execute arbitrary script code in a user's browser session. Updated input validation techniques have been implemented to correct this issue. CVEIn OpenMRS and prior, the UI Framework Error Page reflects arbitrary, user-supplied input back to the browser, which can result in XSS. Any page that is able to trigger a UI Framework Error is susceptible to this issue. CVEThe OpenID Connect reference implementation for MITREid Connect through allows XSS due to userInfoJson being included in the page unsanitized. This is related to cipsas.com The issue can be exploited to execute arbitrary JavaScript. CVEIn Appspace On-Prem through , an adversary can steal a session token via XSS. CVEA stored cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability exists in the Auth0 plugin before for WordPress via the settings page. CVEDell EMC ECS versions prior to contain an XSS vulnerability. A remote authenticated malicious user could exploit this vulnerability to store malicious HTML or JavaScript code in a trusted application data store. When victim users access the data store through their browsers, the malicious code gets executed by the web browser in the context of the vulnerable web application. CVEPHPGurukul Dairy Farm Shop Management System is vulnerable to XSS, as demonstrated by the category and CategoryCode parameters in cipsas.com, the CompanyName parameter in cipsas.com, and the ProductName parameter in cipsas.com CVECodoforum allows XSS via a post using parameters display name, title name, or content. CVECodoforum allows XSS in the admin dashboard via a name field of a new user, i.e., on the Manage Users screen. CVEIn OctoberCMS (october/october composer package) versions from and before , a user with the ability to use the import functionality of the `ImportExportController` behavior can be socially engineered by an attacker to upload a maliciously crafted CSV file which could result in a reflected XSS attack on the user in question Issue has been patched in Build (v). CVEPrestaShop module ps_facetedsearch versions before has a reflected XSS with social networks fields The problem is fixed in CVEIn RedpwnCTF before version , there is a session fixation vulnerability in exploitable through the `#token=$ssid` hash when making a request to the `/verify` endpoint. An attacker team could potentially steal flags by, for example, exploiting a stored XSS payload in a CTF challenge so that victim teams who solve the challenge are unknowingly (and against their will) signed into the attacker team&#39;s account. Then, the attacker can gain points / value off the backs of the victims. This is patched in version CVEIn PrestaShop between versions and , there is a reflected XSS when uploading a wrong file. The problem is fixed in CVEIn PrestaShop between versions and , there is a reflected XSS with `back` parameter. The problem is fixed in CVEViewVC before versions and has a XSS vulnerability in CVS show_subdir_lastmod support. The impact of this vulnerability is mitigated by the need for an attacker to have commit privileges to a CVS repository exposed by an otherwise trusted ViewVC instance that also has the `show_subdir_lastmod` feature enabled. The attack vector involves files with unsafe names (names that, when embedded into an HTML stream, would cause the browser to run unwanted code), which themselves can be challenging to create. This vulnerability is patched in versions and CVEIn PrestaShop between versions and , there is a reflected XSS on Exception page The problem is fixed in CVEPrestaShop module ps_facetedsearch versions before has a reflected XSS with `url_name` parameter. The problem is fixed in CVEIn PrestaShop between versions and , there is a reflected XSS on AdminCarts page with `cartBox` parameter The problem is fixed in CVEIn PrestaShop module ps_linklist versions before , there is a stored XSS when using custom URLs. The problem is fixed in version CVEIn PrestaShop between versions and , there is a reflected XSS on Search page with `alias` and `search` parameters. The problem is patched in CVEIn PrestaShop between versions and , there is a reflected XSS with `date_from` and `date_to` parameters in the dashboard page This problem is fixed in CVEIn PrestaShop between versions and , there is an open redirection when using back parameter. The impacts can be many, and vary from the theft of information and credentials to the redirection to malicious websites containing attacker-controlled content, which in some cases even cause XSS attacks. So even though an open redirection might sound harmless at first, the impacts of it can be severe should it be exploitable. The problem is fixed in CVEIn PrestaShop between versions and , there is a reflected XSS on AdminFeatures page by using the `id_feature` parameter. The problem is fixed in CVEIn ActionView before versions and , there is a possible XSS vulnerability in ActionView's JavaScript literal escape helpers. Views that use the `j` or `escape_javascript` methods may be susceptible to XSS attacks. The issue is fixed in versions and CVEIn the ps_link module for PrestaShop before version , there is a stored XSS when you create or edit a link list block with the title field. The problem is fixed in CVEIn PrestaShop between versions and , there is a reflected XSS on AdminAttributesGroups page. The problem is patched in CVEIn PrestaShop before version , there is a reflected XSS while running the security compromised page. It allows anyone to execute arbitrary action. The problem is patched in the CVEIn Puma (RubyGem) before and , if an application using Puma allows untrusted input in an early-hints header, an attacker can use a carriage return character to end the header and inject malicious content, such as additional headers or an entirely new response body. This vulnerability is known as HTTP Response Splitting. While not an attack in itself, response splitting is a vector for several other attacks, such as cross-site scripting (XSS). This is related to CVE, which fixed this vulnerability but only for regular responses. This has been fixed in and CVEIn Puma (RubyGem) before and before , if an application using Puma allows untrusted input in a response header, an attacker can use newline characters (i.e. `CR`, `LF` or`/r`, `/n`) to end the header and inject malicious content, such as additional headers or an entirely new response body. This vulnerability is known as HTTP Response Splitting. While not an attack in itself, response splitting is a vector for several other attacks, such as cross-site scripting (XSS). This is related to CVE, which fixed this vulnerability for the WEBrick Ruby web server. This has been fixed in versions and by checking all headers for line endings and rejecting headers with those characters. CVEmatestack-ui-core (RubyGem) before is vulnerable to XSS/Script injection. This vulnerability is patched in version CVEIn Django User Sessions (django-user-sessions) before , the views provided allow users to terminate specific sessions. The session key is used to identify sessions, and thus included in the rendered HTML. In itself this is not a problem. However if the website has an XSS vulnerability, the session key could be extracted by the attacker and a session takeover could happen. CVEIn PrivateBin versions before , and before , a persistent XSS attack is possible. Under certain conditions, a user provided attachment file name can inject HTML leading to a persistent Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability. The vulnerability has been fixed in PrivateBin v & v Admins are urged to upgrade to these versions to protect the affected users. CVEReflected XSS through an IMG element in Cerberus FTP Server prior to versions and allows a remote attacker to execute arbitrary JavaScript or HTML via a crafted public folder URL. This occurs because of the folder_cipsas.com IMG element not properly sanitizing user-inserted directory paths. The path modification must be done on a publicly shared folder for a remote attacker to insert arbitrary JavaScript or HTML. The vulnerability impacts anyone who clicks the malicious link crafted by the attacker. CVEPHPGurukul Hospital Management System in PHP v suffers from multiple reflected XSS vulnerabilities via the searchdata or Doctorspecialization parameter. CVEPHPGurukul Hospital Management System in PHP v suffers from multiple Persistent XSS vulnerabilities. CVEDNN (formerly DotNetNuke) through allows XSS (issue 1 of 2). CVEHCL BigFix WebUI is vulnerable to stored cross-site scripting (XSS) within the Apps->Software module. An attacker can use XSS to send a malicious script to an unsuspecting user. This affects all versions prior to latest releases as specified in cipsas.com?id=kb_article&sysparm_article=KB&sys_kb_id=d99ed1b8ed01cdcbfc0a4bcb6a. CVEIn October from version and before version , pasting content copied from malicious websites into the Froala richeditor could result in a successful self-XSS attack. This has been fixed in CVEIn Sanitize (RubyGem sanitize) greater than or equal to and less than , there is a cross-site scripting vulnerability. When HTML is sanitized using Sanitize's "relaxed" config, or a custom config that allows certain elements, some content in a math or svg element may not be sanitized correctly even if math and svg are not in the allowlist. You are likely to be vulnerable to this issue if you use Sanitize's relaxed config or a custom config that allows one or more of the following HTML elements: iframe, math, noembed, noframes, noscript, plaintext, script, style, svg, xmp. Using carefully crafted input, an attacker may be able to sneak arbitrary HTML through Sanitize, potentially resulting in XSS (cross-site scripting) or other undesired behavior when that HTML is rendered in a browser. This has been fixed in CVEIn affected versions of WordPress, when uploading themes, the name of the theme folder can be crafted in a way that could lead to JavaScript execution in /wp-admin on the themes page. This does require an admin to upload the theme, and is low severity self-XSS. This has been patched in version , along with all the previously affected versions via a minor release (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ). CVEIn Bolt CMS before version , the filename of uploaded files was vulnerable to stored XSS. It is not possible to inject javascript code in the file name when creating/uploading the file. But, once created/uploaded, it can be renamed to inject the payload in it. Additionally, the measures to prevent renaming the file to disallowed filename extensions could be circumvented. This is fixed in Bolt CVEGraphQL Playground (graphql-playground-html NPM package) before version have a severe XSS Reflection attack vulnerability. All unsanitized user input passed into renderPlaygroundPage() method could trigger this vulnerability. This has been patched in graphql-playground-html version Note that some of the associated dependent middleware packages are also affected including but not limited to graphql-playground-middleware-express before version , graphql-playground-middleware-koa before version , graphql-playground-middleware-lambda before version , and graphql-playground-middleware-hapi before CVEThe attachment download resource in Atlassian Jira Server and Data Center The attachment download resource in Atlassian Jira Server and Data Center before , and from before , and from before allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary HTML or JavaScript via a Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability issue attachments with a rdf content type. CVEThe attachment download resource in Atlassian Jira Server and Data Center before , and from before , and from before allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary HTML or JavaScript via a Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability issue attachments with a cipsas.com+xml content type. CVEThe review coverage resource in Atlassian Fisheye and Crucible before version allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary HTML or Javascript via a cross site scripting (XSS) vulnerability through the committerFilter parameter. CVEThe attachment download resource in Atlassian Jira Server and Data Center before , and from before , and from before allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary HTML or JavaScript via a Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability issue attachments with a mixed multipart content type. CVE
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Macro Recorder released 1/15/

  • Restored the EXE compiler

Macro Recorder released 1/12/

  • Unfortunately, we had to remove the EXE compiler because of antivirus false-positives

Macro Recorder released 12/18/

  • Anti-virus false-positive fixed

Macro Recorder released 3/14/

  • merge
  • Fixes some left-hand mouse issues
  • Improved security
  • Escaping colon correctly when saving a macro
  • Fixed upgrade link
  • Resizable and scrollable "C-Sharp code" editor
  • "Set clipboard value - prompt user" - option to specify the prompt text
  • Keyboard shortcuts for advanced recording tools
  • UI improvements in the "insert" menu
  • No more annoying auto-scroll after pasting

Macro Recorder released 8/24/

  • Fixed lots of issues with "Execute C#" command
  • Improved copy/paste when editing ("find image" was not being pasted)
  • Fixed coordinates on High DPI displays

Macro Recorder released 7/7/

  • Support for high resolution (4k) displays

Macro Recorder released 7/1/

  • "Find image" and "If image" now support search region (area to search within)
  • NEW COMMAND: "Wait while cursor is hourglass"
  • Pretty icons
  • "Play X times" now has a "play" button, not "ok"
  • Watch if macro changed by external program, prompt to reload.
  • Macro launcher - sizable window, updated icons
  • Keyboard shortcut for "play X times"
  • Other bug fixes

Macro Recorder released 3/28/

  • Longer waits (up to 1,, milliseconds) in "wait for window", "wait for process" etc
  • UI-fixes
  • Startup version updater now works async, without blocking main thread
  • Maximize/Minimize/Normal window state in the "move/resize window" command

Macro Recorder released 3/9/

  • Fixed serial expiration date
  • Added "Lock workstation" option to the "Shutdown" command
  • IF/REPEAT indentation fix
  • New menu item "calculate total duration" of selected commands (sum delays). Context menu fixes.

Macro Recorder released 2/13/

  • Minor auto-updater fix
  • Visual indentation for REPEAT and IF command blocks

Macro Recorder released 1/1/

  • Reorder items in EDIT menu
  • Old serial numbers fix

Macro Recorder released 12/1/

  • Bulk-edit coordinates in the selection (shift by X or Y)
  • When opening Macro in Explorer - switch to macro-recorder (if it's already running) and load the file
  • Fixed - cannot open macro scheduler if "autoplay" and "autoclose" settings are set.
  • Scheduling macros "every X hours X minutes"
  • Small fix - opening macro from curr. dir may lead to path errors later
  • AutoUpdater fixes. 1) Do not prompt for updates 5 days if user chose this 2) first check for updates then check serial expiratin
  • PASTING and IMPORTING MACRO now occurs AFTER the currently selected cmd
  • If there's a selection - paste command deletes selected items
  • pasting fixes
  • Add new command refactoring + optimization
  • Fixed error with bulk add
  • Undo/Redo engine Paste/Import improvements
  • "Find" engine. (find a command in a macro by entering a filename, label text, comment text, window title, coordinates, anything)
  • Auto-updater now DOWNLOADS and RUNS the new version installer.

Macro Recorder released 10/25/

  • No check for updates when autoplay is in progress
  • Fixed delays in EXE files
  • Security improvements
  • When capturing image from screen - don't move mouse to bottom-right corner, causes windows to hide
  • Removed "blink" after finishing an autostarted playback
  • Prompt user for the value to store in clipboard
  • Playback "X out of Y times" label-text
  • Slightly redesigned toolbar (play/record dropdowns), new "Play X times" menu element
  • Recent files fix, "clear recent files" menu item
  • Bulk-edit coordinates in the selection (shift the whole macro by X or Y)

Macro Recorder released 8/20/

  • Fixed the bug with delays in EXE files

Macro Recorder released 6/30/

  • Alt Tab automation now works in Windows 8 as well!
  • Installer improvements

Macro Recorder released 6/2/

Macro Recorder released 5/8/

  • Fixed "mouse for lefties" setting
  • Show an error when macro path exceeds chars in "play another macro" command
  • Loop iteration counter now resets when you jump out of the loop using GOTO command
  • New setting - do not restore mouse position after playback
  • Possible fix for find image similarity coefficient
  • Compiled EXE files now respect global playback speed settings

Macro Recorder released 2/11/

  • More Windows 8 fixes, and ALL antivirus false-positives are finally fixed
  • Macro-recording timer precision set to 2 ms (since playback ignores timeouts

Macro Recorder released 12/23/

  • Fixed occasional crashes when offline
  • Reworked serial-number engine. Fixes slow startup in Windows 8

Macro Recorder released 12/12/

  • Fixed toolbars position when Windows Task Bar is on the left
  • Repeat random number of times (fixes #85)
  • tiny radio button aligment fix
  • Fixed occasional crashes when offline

Macro Recorder released 10/28/

  • Correct "play/record" toolbar positioning if windows taskbar is configured to be at the top.
  • Macro scheduler
  • Updated manual

Macro Recorder released 10/21/

  • Fixes #68 - "open file" command runs twice sometimes

Macro Recorder released 10/19/

  • Larger delay randomizer field (up to 3 hours randomize delay)
  • Command line support (/a and /c switches), updated docs
  • Minor improvements and fixes

Macro Recorder released 10/15/

  • Fixes #78 (single-instance app reworked, caused problems on Windows 8)
  • Fixes #76 (cannot select region under the "Select region" text)
  • Correct "are you sure you want to record over existing" message-box suppression
  • Fixed relative-coordinates macro replay (SmartREC)
  • Possible minor fix for the "showdialog" error
  • Fixed the "IF image" bug when testing the command after playing a macro (fixes #80). Fixed incorrect auto-closing the play-bar (when not necessary).

Macro Recorder released 9/25/

  • Fixed - single-instance app errors on some Windows 8 machines
  • Fixed - cannot select region under the "Select region" text in image-commands
  • Correct "are you sure you want to record over existing" message-box suppression
  • Fixed relative-coordinates macro replay (SmartREC)

Macro Recorder released 9/5/

  • Saving window position fixed
  • New icon
  • New "tools" menu item - "Restart as administrator". Other minor fixes.
  • Fixed some typos in the UI

Macro Recorder released 7/23/

  • Playback settings - repeat number fixed
  • Resizable startup screen - to see recently recorded macros with long paths
  • "Exit loop" command fixes, now it properly resets the loop-counter so "if iteration" commands work correctly
  • MOD check for the "IF Current iteration equals" command
  • If "hide macro-player" setting is ON, the player is still shown when you pause macro playback, for convenience
  • Option to remove the macro-recording confirmation that prompts to save changes

Macro Recorder released 5/24/

  • Minor bugfixes
  • Improved against A/V false positive alerts
  • "Pause playback on mouse move" - lower sensitivity
  • Macro Recorder window does not take focus after playback is finished if the setting "hide playback window" is ON

Macro Recorder released 3/29/

  • New command - move/resize window
  • Minor UI improvements in command-editing forms

Macro Recorder released 3/20/

  • File-copy command improvements and fixes
  • Image-finder commands now have "similarity" coefficient

Macro Recorder released 3/7/

  • Fix: crash when aborting macro played via HotkeyLauncher
  • Empty-clipboard fix
  • Settings-dialog UI fixes, new option "play/rec toolbars on the right side"
  • Fix: "wait for process" command-editor bug
  • Signing the macro-launcher executable to prevent AV false-positive.
  • Fixed the double-clicking bug on the macro-recording toolbar
  • Option to "randomize" mouse position
  • "If File Exists" command now understands wildcard patterns, not just exact file names
  • Typos corrected in the UI and user-manual
  • Allowing tilde, dot and other "special" symbols for hotkey assignments

Macro Recorder released 1/6/

  • Clipboard commands fix
  • fix - IF IMAGE command now has an option to move mouse to the image
  • Fixes the "prompt for number of repeats" crash.
  • Fixed error loading some scripts
  • "Wait for user" fixed (thread safe hotkeys)
  • Repeat-counter improvements
  • fix - correct IF IMAGE command saving
  • Fix - messagebox-commands on top
  • fix - main form still shown when launching macros from command line)
  • fix - crash when aborting macro played via HotkeyLauncher

Macro Recorder released 12/23/

  • Async macros-replay playback thread, smooth progress-bar updating while playing
  • Restored playback counter on the toolbar

Macro Recorder released 12/5/

  • "Capture current position" hotkey for the mouse-command editor
  • "EXIT-loop" command fix
  • Recent files list order fix
  • Performance improvements, UI tweaks

Macro Recorder released 11/2/

  • Progress-bar when playing macro
  • Aborting EXE-macros fixed
  • Wait for window command fixed
  • "Find image" command improved A LOT

Macro Recorder released 10/1/

  • "Paste from clipboard" command
  • Color-picker in pixel-commands
  • Selecting a rectangle for "find pixel" command
  • Memory leaks fixes
  • "Select commands by type" feature
  • Correctly opens macros from VERY old versions (cipsas.com etc)
  • User-interface improvements

Macro Recorder released 9/18/

  • Fixed pixel-command performance
  • New feature - setting mouse coordinates "relative to current mouse position" and recording mouse offsets instead of actual coordinates
  • Improved manual
  • Mouse macro editor improved, "click" & ""right-click artificial commands
  • UI improvements (buttons enable/disable), new feature (recording appends to a macro)
  • Fixed "play the whole macro then record" feature
  • Improved updater
  • New macro command - 'If pixel NOT equals'
  • Custom prompt-message for a number of repeats in the repeat command
  • "Exit loop" command fixes
  • Preventing the "same label name" warning when playing nested macros

Macro Recorder released 8/25/

  • Faster macro-playing performance
  • Smaller download size
  • Fixed saving Macro Recorder's main window position

Macro Recorder released 8/18/

  • Lots of minor improvements
  • New improved interface (design, icons)
  • Performance improvements, less files and libraries required, etc

Macro Recorder released 7/10/

  • Improved drag-n-drop operations in the macro-commands list
  • The welcome-screen can now be re-enabled in "settings" dialog
  • Image-commands improvements

Macro Recorder released 7/8/

  • Type text compiling to EXE - fixed
  • Improved "IF Clipboard" command - now it does not trim the entered text, so you can match spaces and carriage-returns

Macro Recorder released 6/30/

  • Mouse wheel recording fixes
  • Find pixel improvements
  • New command - "IF IMAGE found"
  • Hotkey validation added to the settings-dialog
  • New type of keyboard command - "KeyPress" (along with KeyUp and KeyDown)

Macro Recorder released 6/24/

  • New awesome command - "Find image on the screen"
  • "Run as administrator" option for the "open file" command
  • UI improvements
  • Fixed "find pixel" crashes on some machines
  • Lets of minor improvements throughout the program

Macro Recorder released 5/26/

  • More compatibility improvements for the Keyboard simulator (Remote Desktop, Citrix etc)

Macro Recorder released 5/22/

  • Fixed saving/loading "Wait For Process" macro command
  • Added "timeout" setting to the "Wait for user" command
  • Fixed the "randomize delay" feature
  • "Repeat X times" can now take th number of repeats from clipboard

Macro Recorder released 5/18/

  • Fixed randomizing delay
  • Minor UI-improvements

Macro Recorder released 5/10/

  • Regexs in comparison commands are case-insensitive now
  • New feature - Pause macro recording
  • Some Macro Launcher fixes

Macro Recorder released 5/4/

  • Resolved the "sending keystrokes to Remote Desktop" issue
  • Added new command "type environment variable"
  • Some minor fixes

Macro Recorder released 4/23/

  • Citrix improvements
  • UI-improvements ("settings" dialog)
  • No unneeded warnings "failed to register hotkey"
  • Clipboard improvements
  • Enabling/disabling hotkeys in Macro Launcher
  • New command: Increment clipboard
  • New command: IF Windows in focus
  • Preventing "sticky-key" issue

Macro Recorder released 4/14/

  • "Nice" error message when playing a macro with more than one label with the same name
  • Resolves antivirus false-positives

Macro Recorder released 4/9/

  • Citrix-compatible keyboard automation - sends keystrokes recognized by the terminal
  • Macro file-association fix
  • Comment-command saving fixed
  • "Test the IF-statement" button for all "IF" commands in a macro
  • Allows negative mouse-coordinates (for mouse-recording on multiple monitors)
  • Hotkey-macro-launcher "start-minimized" fixes
  • Performance and memory improvements
  • Lots of minor bug-fixes and improvements in the Macro Recorder engine

Macro Recorder released 3/9/

  • Playback settings are now compiled to the EXE file
  • Type-text command improvements
  • "If iteration equals" command fixes, "Set clipboard" command fixes
  • EXE-compiler improvements
  • Playback-record keyboard shortcuts now allow single-key hotkeys
  • Clipboard fixes
  • Hotkey launcher fixed (was not starting macros when minimized)
  • Delay command editor improvements
  • "Settings" form improvements
  • "Goto" command fixes
  • Performance improvements - copy-paste speed, import macro speed etc etc
  • Added a startup form
  • Fixed opening macros from command line
  • Macro playback can now be aborted while "Wait for user" command is executing
  • Delay command fixes
  • Lots of minor improvements

Macro Recorder released 2/23/

  • All-new engine
  • Auto-updater
  • Secure code signature
  • Lots of bug-fixes

Macro Recorder released 11/11/

  • Minor UI-improvements
  • Minor performance improvements
  • Fixed: when the recording process was aborted with a key combination, keyboard sometimes stays locked after playback

Macro Recorder released 10/31/

  • "Hide playing box" setting fixed
  • The default "abort" key is changed from Scroll-Lock to Ctrl+Q
  • Correct hotkey display on the "recording" window
  • Trial is now 40 days
  • The "if pixel color" commandcan now work with relative coordinates
  • Minor UI-improvements

Macro Recorder released 8/19/

  • Play buttons are disabled if there are no commands in a macro
  • Random delay event (the long awaited feature is finally here)
  • Exit confirmation now properly prompts for unsaved macro
  • Fixed the "failed to register hotkeys" message when hotkeys are set to "None", fixed the play-box text
  • Saving an empty file - fixed
  • Minor interface improvements

Macro Recorder released 8/2/

  • Step-by-step playback
  • Option to specify delays in hour:minutes:seconds rather than milliseconds
  • The "IF Clipboard" command now has an option "greater than"
  • New command "set clipboard value"
  • Fixed the Macro Launcher error "Your key is not valid"

Macro Recorder released 7/18/

  • Compiled exe-s now also show the blue "playing" box
  • Compiled exe-macros now allow pausing and aborting with the same hotkeys
  • "Type text" and "type date" commands improved
  • Performance improvements
  • Improved installer, smaller file size
  • Speedy replays are now more accurate

Macro Recorder released 6/25/

  • Fixed the occasional "failed registering hotkeys" error after launching a macro via shell-open

Macro Recorder released 6/19/

  • Fixed the "Play another macro" command

Macro Recorder released 6/13/

  • Compiled exe-s now also show the blue "playing" box
  • Compiled exe-macros now allow pausing and aborting with the same hotkeys
  • "Type text" and "type date" commands improved
  • Performance improvements
  • Improved installer, smaller file size
  • Speedy replays are now more accurate

Macro Recorder released 6/4/

  • Fixed EXE-compiler
  • Performance improvements

Macro Recorder released 5/31/

  • Improved performance
  • New command - "Find Pixel by Color"
  • Infinite wait for window
  • Infinite wait for process

Macro Recorder released 4/30/

  • Improved installer
  • New command - Play a saved macro
  • Improved performance

Macro Recorder released 1/23/

  • Possible antivirus false alarms eliminated
  • New command - "wait for ANY user activity"
  • Lots of inner improvements, new architecture
  • Macro Launcher now also shows the "playback" status window on top

Macro Recorder released 1/20/

  • Correct "swapped mouse buttons" processing for left-handed users

Macro Recorder released 11/28/

  • Fixed "your key is not valid for this version" error when starting Macro Launcher
  • Fixed the "copy-file" command editor
  • "Play" button added to Macro Launcher
  • General Macro Launcher improvements

Macro Recorder released 11/20/

  • Fixed: when Microsoft Security Essentials real-time protection is on, Macro Recorder started too long
  • Performance optimizations
  • Correct shortcut displaying on the playback-bar

Macro Recorder released 11/2/

  • New command - "Clear Clipboard"
  • Commenting your macros (new command type = "comment")
  • Fixed displaying the "Copy file" commands in the list

Macro Recorder released 10/2/

  • Fixed nested-IF processing in a macro

Macro Recorder released 8/12/

  • New commands: If Process Exists and Wait for process to start/stop
  • Handy feature to hide the main window, when picking a color for the "IF Pixel Color Equals" command

Macro Recorder released 7/23/

  • The "If Window Exists" command now allows working with dialog windows and messageboxes
  • New command - "Exit Loop"

Macro Recorder released 7/13/

  • Improved "recent files" engine
  • Fixed load error on some machines when opening the 1st macro
  • Performance improvements

Macro Recorder released 6/19/

  • Fixed error " object required" when opening macros

Macro Recorder released 5/20/

  • Mouse coordinates tracked on mouse-command form
  • New command - "If pixel color equals"
  • Recent files list
  • "If clipboard contains" (along with "equals")
  • "If current iteration" works for inner loops now

Macro Recorder released 4/21/

  • Precise timing when recording a macro
  • "File copy" command added
  • Improved interface
  • Minor bug fixes

Macro Recorder released 4/4/

  • Block input during playback
  • Improved performance
  • New statement "Clipboard NOT equals"
  • Nice exe-file icon
  • Configurable "abort playback" hotkey for the macro launcher application

Macro Recorder released 2/15/

  • Middle Mouse button recording
  • Horizontal Wheel recording
  • "Click at current mouse position" mouse command option
  • Performance improvements

Macro Recorder released 12/14/

  • "Delete file" command
  • Wildcards in the "Close window" command
  • Returning the mouse to the original position after playback is finished
  • Improved launcher UI

Macro Recorder released 3/20/

  • Improved "IF current iteration equals" when used inside nested loops

Macro Recorder released 3/12/

  • New command "dial a connection"
  • Improved repeater-command
  • Minor GUI improvements
  • Optional pause macro playback, when a user moves a mouse

Macro Recorder released 2/4/

  • Fixed recording Shift+Arrow keystrokes under Vista
  • Switch to windows command now understands * and ? wildcards
  • improved performance

Macro Recorder released 12/10/

  • Macro Recorder's "WAIT FOR WINDOW" and "IF WINDOWS EXISTS" commands now accept asterisks and question marks as wildcards in window names
  • New menu command - "Edit macro in Notepad"
  • Improved window positioning

Macro Recorder released 11/8/

  • Repeat command option to ask the user, how many times to repeat
  • New command "IF CURRENT ITERATION EQUALS"
  • Fixed context-menu positioning on the list of macro commands
  • Improved mouse recording engine

Macro Recorder released 9/17/

  • Fixed incorrect loading of "WAIT FOR WINDOW" macros
  • Mouse macro editor can now get current mouse coordinates (easier editing)
  • Crashing when entering an empty serial number
  • more minor improvements

Macro Recorder released 8/13/

  • Redesigned timing architecture
  • Save window position
  • Correct GOTO-statement processing in exe-compiler
  • Fixed settings-dialog

Macro Recorder released 8/10/

  • "ELSE" statement
  • "If Windows exists" statement
  • "Play To cursor" feature
  • many general improvements

Macro Recorder released 7/9/

  • "\n" fix in the "Type Text" macro command
  • right-left mouse recorder clicks fixed
  • Check for previous instance of Macro Recorder
  • AutoStart option for Macro Recorder Hotkey Launcher
  • "Bulk Edit Timeouts" feature
  • Improved GUI under Vista

Macro Recorder released 4/6/

  • Fixed record/replay macros of the "Shift+arrow" key combination (when selecting text)

Macro Recorder released 2/6/

  • Fixed small error when loading a saved macro with "IF CLIPBOARD EQUALS" conditional statement
  • Added "Assign Macro to Hotkey" menu item

Macro Recorder released 1/24/

  • Vista support
  • "REPEAT X TIMES" statement
  • Hotkey Launcher minor errors fixed
  • "Now Playing" box does not hide the top-positioned taskbar
  • Window startup position
  • Longer trial period

Macro Recorder released 12/2/

  • Added "Delay" command
  • Many minor improvements throughout the program

Macro Recorder released 10/27/

  • New strongly improved exe-compiler generates smaller optimized executables
  • New IF conditional statement - "IF clipboard text equals"

Macro Recorder released 9/18/

  • Fixed high CPU load when waiting for a window to appear
  • Window operations are now available for dialog and tool windows also
  • Macros message-boxes are displayed above all
  • Switch-command restores a window if minimized
  • more

Macro Recorder released 7/11/

  • Improved text-typing command
  • Fixed the error when a mouse-disabled keystroke macro recording is aborted with a button-click
  • "Launch a file" command improved

Macro Recorder released 7/6/

  • Fixed the small disappointing bug in the EXE-compiler, which stealthily seeped into the previous build.
  • Added "command-line parameters" option to the "file open" command

Macro Recorder released 7/4/

  • Optimized backend operations
  • New "Type text" command and "system time" printing in a customizable format
  • Improved EXE-builder

Macro Recorder released 6/27/

  • Lowered CPU load during loops and timeouts
  • New events are inserted after the selection - easier editing
  • File-import issue fixed

Macro Recorder released 6/4/

  • IF / ENDIF statements support!
  • Interface improvements
  • Improved EXE-compiler
  • Optimized performance

Macro Recorder released 5/12/

  • Aborting a macro during a "wait for user" command resulted in malfunction
  • Multiline message-boxes fixed
  • Performance issues

Macro Recorder released 4/28/

  • Dependency on Microsoft Scripting Runtime eliminated

Macro Recorder released 4/24/

  • Added "WAIT FOR USER INPUT" command
  • Fixed % CPU load during pause
  • Improved interface

Macro Recorder released 4/15/

  • Introducing SMART-Rec macro recording technology: record and replay your mouse moves in an intelligent way
  • "Move Up/Down" feature: rearrange your commands
  • EXE-builder is now available to be tested in the trial version
  • All settings are unblocked in the trial version

Macro Recorder released 4/10/

  • Added global ("system-wide") keyboard-shortcuts for Record, Play/Pause/Resume actions
  • Added "File - New" menu item
  • Improved Macro Recorder manual/tutorial
  • and more

Macro Recorder released 4/1/

  • Hotkey Macro Launcher tool included in the package: binding macros to hotkeys
  • General file I/O improvements

Macro Recorder released 3/30/

  • Significantly improved playback performance
  • Fixed malfunctioning when a paused macro is being aborted

Macro Recorder released 3/23/

  • "Switch to a window" command added
  • "Replay/close" buttons are displayed after playback
  • The current macro file name is displayed in Macro Recorder's title bar
  • "Stop recording" button click is not recorded any more

Macro Recorder released 3/18/

  • Fixed keystroke crash after intensive activity on Win XP SP2
  • Main menu keyboard navigation improved

Macro Recorder released 3/9/

  • Mouse wheel support in mouse recorder
  • New custom commands

Macro Recorder released 2/24/

  • Added feature to hide the blue "playing macro" box.
  • Improved GUI (XP-themes) for the Settings dialog

Macro Recorder released 2/14/

  • Added "Ignore timeouts" playback option
  • Other macro-playback improvements

Macro Recorder released 1/27/

  • Fixed overflow crash when recording a macro with very large timeouts

Macro Recorder released 1/23/

  • Fully reworked user interface of Macro Recorder (Office style)
  • Shutdown/reboot/logoff command added
  • Fixed a minor bug when a single-command macro is being aborted

Macro Recorder released 12/29/

  • Added "GOTO", "LABEL" and more statements
  • Checking if a window exists
  • "Launch website", "Message box" and more commands
  • Tons of minor improvements

Macro Recorder released 12/15/

  • "Spy mode" option: the red "recording" label is not shown when recording a macro

Macro Recorder released 12/9/

  • All new improved macro-recording/playback engine

Macro Recorder released 11/24/

  • Text import feature added
  • Resizable window
  • Merging recorded macros files
  • Optimized EXE-files compiler
  • Updated Macro Recorder manual (scheduling tutorial)

Macro Recorder released 11/7/

  • Auto-shutdown feature added: when a macro is opened from windows-shell or command prompt, Macro Recorder can shut down itself after playback if finished

Macro Recorder released 11/3/

  • GUI improvements
  • EXE-file export: compiling a recorded macro to a standalone program
  • Separate keyboard and mouse recording option

Macro Recorder released 10/23/

  • Auto-play option: automatically playing macros opened from command prompt
  • Recording GUI bug fixed
  • Updated Macro Recorder manual

Macro Recorder released 10/4/

  • Advanced macro editor added
  • Context menu added, clipboard support
  • Manually adding macro-commands to the list
  • Looping playback
  • Windows-shell intergation and scheduling macro recorder files

Macro Recorder - the best macro program for Windows. Not just a keyboard and mouse recorder but a powerful automation tool that converts macros to EXE files and more.

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