Vulnerability title: Cross-Site Request Forgery In X2Engine Inc. X2Engine CVE: CVE-2015-5075 Vendor: X2Engine Inc. Product: X2Engine Affected version: 4.2 Fixed version: 5.2 Reported by: Simone Quatrini Details:
It was discovered that no protection against Cross-site Request Forgery attacks was implemented, resulting in an attacker being able to able to force the creation of a new administrative account.
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