Arbitrary Code Injection Affecting mol-proto package, versions <1.0.6



    Attack Complexity Low

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  • Snyk ID npm:mol-proto:20160407
  • published 8 Apr 2018
  • disclosed 7 Apr 2016
  • credit Cristian-Alexandru Staicu, Michael Pradel, Ben Livshits

Introduced: 7 Apr 2016

CVE NOT AVAILABLE CWE-94 Open this link in a new tab

How to fix?

Upgrade mol-proto to version 1.0.6 or higher.


mol-proto is a ES5-compatible object manipulation library for node and modern browsers.

Affected versions of the package are vulnerable to Arbitrary Code Injection due to unsafe use of the eval() function. Node.js provides the eval() function by default, and is used to translate strings into Javascript code. An attacker can craft a malicious payload to inject arbitrary commands.