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udayton.edu Cross Site Scripting Vulnerability
Report ID: OBB-180126

Security Researcher thedawgyg Helped patch 403 vulnerabilities
Received 2 Coordinated Disclosure badges
Received 4 recommendations
, a holder of 2 badges for responsible and coordinated disclosure, found Cross Site Scripting security vulnerability affecting udayton.edu website and its users.

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Affected Website:udayton.edu  
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Vulnerable Application:Custom Code
Vulnerability Type:XSS (Cross Site Scripting) / CWE-79
CVSSv3 Score:6.1 [CVSS:3.0/AV:N/AC:L/PR:N/UI:R/S:C/C:L/I:L/A:N]
Discovered and Reported by:thedawgyg Helped patch 403 vulnerabilities
Received 2 Coordinated Disclosure badges
Received 4 recommendations
Remediation Guide:OWASP XSS Prevention Cheat Sheet

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Coordinated Disclosure Timeline

Vulnerability Reported:5 September, 2016 15:26 GMT
Vulnerability Verified:5 September, 2016 15:28 GMT
Website Operator Notified:5 September, 2016 15:28 GMT
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b. Using Open Bug Bounty notification framework
c. Using security contacts provided by the researcher
Public Report Published [without technical details]:5 September, 2016 15:28 GMT
Vulnerability Fixed:13 September, 2016 15:16 GMT
Public Disclosure:  InformationA security researcher can delete the report before public disclosure, afterwards the report cannot be deleted or modified anymore. The researcher can also postpone public disclosure date as long as reasonably required to remediate the vulnerability.5 September, 2016 15:26 GMT

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