Fortinet Discovers WordPress NextGEN Gallery SQL Injection Vulnerability
Fortinet's FortiGuard Labs has discovered a SQL injection vulnerability in Imagely NextGEN Gallery plugin for WordPress.
NextGEN Gallery has been the industry's standard WordPress gallery plugin since 2007 and continues to receive over 1.5 million new downloads per year. It's easy for simple photo galleries, but powerful enough for the most demanding photographers, visual artists, and imaging professionals.
A SQL injection vulnerability exists in the Imagely NextGEN Gallery plugin through 3.2.10 for WordPress. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability would allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary SQL commands on the affected system via modules/nextgen_gallery_display/package.module.nextgen_gallery_display.php
SolutionsFortiGuard Labs released the following FortiGate IPS signature which covers this specific vulnerability:
Users should apply the solution provided by Imagely
Fortinet reported the vulnerability to Imagely on 23 July, 2019.
Imagely confirmed the vulnerability and released a patch within NextGEN Gallery 3.2.10 on 24 July, 2019.
Imagely released a patch within NextGEN Gallery 3.2.11 to completely fix the issue on 27 August, 2019.