Protect Your Ulkem Company PtteM Kart Account from SQL Injection Attacks

CVECVE-2023-1267
CVSScvssV3_1: 9.8
SourceCVE-2023-1267

The ID of this CVE is CVE-2023-1267 and its current CVSS Score is 9.8, indicating a critical vulnerability. This vulnerability is an “SQL Injection” flaw that affects Ulkem Company PtteM Kart versions before 2.1.

SQL Injection occurs when user-supplied input is improperly sanitized for use in an SQL query. A malicious actor could exploit this to interfere with the operation of the backend database by inserting or modifying data, or viewing private data from other users.

In PtteM Kart, certain features may not properly sanitize user inputs before using them in SQL queries. By crafting specially formatted inputs, an attacker could exploit this to view or modify data in the backend database which stores user account details like login credentials, payment information, and other private profile data.

If exploited, this vulnerability could allow an attacker to steal login credentials and payment details of PtteM Kart users. They would then be able to access and take over victim accounts.

To protect yourself, users should update their PtteM Kart installation to version 2.1 or above as soon as possible, which fixes this vulnerability. You should also be cautious about entering any sensitive information into the app until the update is installed. Using strong and unique passwords can also reduce risks from account takeovers.

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