A Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability has been identified in the WordPress MpOperationLogs Plugin. This vulnerability could allow a malicious actor to inject malicious scripts into your website, which could be executed when visitors visit your site.

This vulnerability was discovered and responsibly reported by juweihuitao.

The vulnerability is an XSS vulnerability that occurs in the mpoperationlogs.php file. The vulnerability allows an attacker to exploit a flaw in the way that the plugin handles user input to inject malicious scripts into the website.


The vulnerability has a CVSS 3.1 score of 7.1, which is considered to be high. This means that the vulnerability is likely to be exploited and could have a significant impact on the affected system.

Affected Versions:

As of the latest information, no patched version is available to address this XSS vulnerability in the MpOperationLogs Plugin.


An attacker who successfully exploits this vulnerability could:

  • Inject malicious scripts into your website, which could allow them to:
    • Steal user information, such as cookies, session tokens, and passwords.
    • Redirect users to malicious websites.
    • Display malicious content on your website.
    • Take control of user accounts.


To bolster the security of the WordPress site and mitigate the substantial threats posed by this high-severity XSS vulnerability, we recommend the following actions:

  1. Constant Vigilance: Continuously monitor for updates and developments regarding the MpOperationLogs Plugin. Be prepared to take swift action once a patched version is made available.
  2. Content Security Policy (CSP): Implement a Content Security Policy to reduce the risk of XSS attacks on your site.
  3. Alternative Solutions: While awaiting a patch for the vulnerable plugin, consider seeking alternative plugins or methods to fulfill the functionality’s need.
  4. Regular Audits: Perform routine security scans and audits of your website to identify and mitigate vulnerabilities proactively.

By following these recommendations, users can enhance their WordPress website’s security and decrease the risk of potential vulnerabilities.


This vulnerability is a serious threat to the security of WordPress websites that use the MpOperationLogs Plugin. Users of the MpOperationLogs Plugin are strongly advised to uninstall the plugin and find an alternative solution. There is no patched version available, and the vendor has not responded to reports of the vulnerability.