CVE-2023-32015

CVSS Score of 10 (low)

Details

Published Jun 14, 2023
Updated: May 29, 2024
CWE ID 20

Summary

CVE-2023-32015 is a Windows Pragmatic General Multicast (PGM) Remote Code Execution Vulnerability that affects multiple products including pE-qzw, pE-qzz, pE-qz0, and many others. The vulnerability has a high severity rating of 9.8 and can be exploited remotely without the need for user interaction. It poses a significant danger to organizations as it allows attackers to execute arbitrary code on affected systems, potentially compromising their integrity and confidentiality. Microsoft has not provided any specific remediation steps or patches for this vulnerability at this time.

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