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URL parameters vulnerable to script injection?

  1. Hi, I paid for a security review of my wordpress blog and one of the items it came back with is a vulnerability to "extended injection" through URL parameters.

    For instance, if you append a parameter to the end of a URL, like this:
    http://examplewordpresssite.com/2011/1051/?D=%00qkoikf

    Then the D parameter gets carried into other URLs on the page, like previous and next entries, comment links, and others.

    Is the wordpress team aware of this? Is this a major issue I should be concerned about?

    Thanks,

    Elisabeth

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