CVSS 3.1 Score 7.8 of 10 (high)


Published Jul 26, 2023
Updated: Dec 3, 2023


CVE-2023-30577 is a high-severity vulnerability that affects the AMANDA (Advanced Maryland Automatic Network Disk Archiver) software before tag-community-3.5.4. This vulnerability, which is different from CVE-2022-37705, occurs due to improper argument checking in runtar.c. It has a base score of 7.8 and an impact score of 5.9, indicating its potential danger to organizations. The exploitability score is 1.8, and the attack vector is local with low attack complexity and requires low privileges. The vulnerability has a high impact on both integrity and confidentiality, as well as high availability impact. Remediation for this vulnerability involves updating the AMANDA software to version tag-community-3.5.4 or above to mitigate the risk it poses to affected organizations using the impacted versions of AMANDA software (aUs209, aUs208, aUs20_, aUs20-, etc.).


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