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Exposed API key and allowing content injection attack
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Whitehat Kadabra from $SLAM Token team discovered a web content injection vulnerability that would have allowed a malicious user to inject any arbitrary text on PancakeSwap’s website. Kadabra reported this vulnerability to Immunefi on May 21, and we rated it as critical. PancakeSwap has paid the whitehat a bounty of $7,500 and patched the vulnerability. The vulnerability does not appear to have been exploited by any malicious users.
PancakeSwap uses Crowdin, a localization management platform. Localization describes the process of translating a site’s text into the various languages of users. However, the API key that was being used to create localizations was not a read-only API key, but rather had full write access to the whole system.
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