CVSS 3.1 Score 8.8 of 10 (high)


Published Nov 1, 2023
Updated: Feb 1, 2024


CVE-2023-20175 is a vulnerability in a specific Cisco ISE CLI command that could allow an authenticated, local attacker to perform command injection attacks on the underlying operating system and elevate privileges to root. The affected products include osX0wV, tVhU6P, osX0wW, nDKo5n, ojKXMk, nDKo5o, e3ocMq, e3ocMr, e3ocMp, ijBNpD, suWGLH, cGPl2t, cGPl2v, cGPl2u, hYTcWd, hYTcWc, fnGJUF, r0KAJ4, hYTcWe, hYTcWb, tVhU6Q, j9c1Ia,j9c1IZ,j9c1IY,kJdIKe,j9c1IX,j9c1IW,j9c1IU,nocEQN,nocEQM,nocEQO,mZPHjN,mZPHjP,mZPHjO,uKQev1. To remediate this vulnerability and prevent exploitation, Cisco recommends applying the relevant software patches or updates provided by the company. The potential danger of this vulnerability is that an attacker with valid Read-only-level privileges or higher could execute arbitrary commands on the affected device's operating system and gain root access to the system. This could lead to unauthorized control over the device and potentially compromise the organization's network security.

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