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CVE-2024-1879 Cross site request forgery (csrf)

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CVE Information

Original CVE data


A Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) vulnerability in significant-gravitas/autogpt version v0.5.0 allows attackers to execute arbitrary commands on the AutoGPT server. The vulnerability stems from the lack of protections on the API endpoint receiving instructions, enabling an attacker to direct a user running AutoGPT in their local network to a malicious website. This site can then send crafted requests to the AutoGPT server, leading to command execution. The issue is exacerbated by CORS being enabled for arbitrary origins by default, allowing the attacker to read the response of all cross-site queries. This vulnerability was addressed in version 5.1.

CWE: CWE-352
CVSS v2-
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Affected Vendors

Basic Analysis

Common vulnerability metrics

Vulnerabilty type as detected by PRIOnengine

Cross site request forgery (csrf)

CVSS Scores as calculated by PRIOnengine
CVSS v26.8
CVSS v38.8

Vulnerability weakness type is in the top 25 CWEs according to MITRE. View Mitre Top 25 CWEs


No exploit code is reported to exist.

Active Exploitation

Vulnerability is not in CISA's Known Exploited Vulnerabilities (KEV) catalog. See the KEV Catalog

Social Network Activity


Threat Actor Activity

No sightings of the vulnerability within threat reports.

Cybersecurity Frameworks

How the vulnerability maps against various cybersecurity frameworks

T1566.002 - Phishing (Spearphishing Link)
T1566 - Phishing
T1565 - Data Manipulation
T1499.004 - Endpoint Denial of Service (Application or System Exploitation)
T1204.001 - User Execution (Malicious Link)
T1203 - Exploitation for Client Execution
T1119 - Automated Collection
T1059 - Command and Scripting Interpreter

Compliance Impact

How the submited vulnerability affects compliance

PCI DSS v3.2.1-6.5.9 - Cross Site Request Forgery

Web Application Security Frameworks

Applicable if the issue likely affects a web application

WASC-9 - Cross Site Request Forgery