CVSS Score of 10 (low)


Published Jun 14, 2023
Updated: Jun 20, 2023
CWE ID 668


CVE-2023-29355 is a DHCP Server Service Information Disclosure Vulnerability that affects multiple products including tCwJYL, dCiVNO, dCiVNP, tCwJYK, tCwJYJ, dCiVNM, tCwJYI, dCiVNN, dCiVNK, dCiVNL, dCiVNJ, tCwJYH, Qtri3z, i6iR8b, Qtri32, Qtri33, i6iR8h, cJQESn, cJQESm, Z7Sozt, Z7Sozu, cJQESl, i6iR8j. Exploiting this vulnerability could result in an information disclosure risk for organizations. The vulnerability has a base severity score of 5.3 and a medium base severity rating. There is no user interaction or privileges required to exploit this vulnerability and it can be exploited remotely via network. The confidentiality impact is low while the availability impact is none. It is recommended to apply appropriate patches or updates provided by the affected vendors to remediate this vulnerability.


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