CVSS Score of 10 (low)


Published Jun 14, 2023
Updated: Jun 21, 2023


CVE-2023-32021 is a Windows SMB Witness Service Security Feature Bypass vulnerability that affects multiple products including tCwJYL, dCiVNO, tCwJYK, dCiVNP, tCwJYJ, dCiVNM, dCiVNN, tCwJYI, tCwJYH, i6iR8b, Qtri32, Qtri33, cJQESn, i6iR8h, cJQESm, Z7Sozt, Z7Sozu, i6iR8j, i6iR8i, Z7Sozv, i6iR8l, i6iR8k, i6iR8n , i6iR8m , fvCG_n , i6iR8o and msE0I3. The vulnerability can be remediated by applying the necessary security patches provided by Microsoft. This vulnerability poses a potential danger to organizations as it has a high base severity score of 7.1 and can be exploited over the network with low privileges required. It has a high availability impact and can bypass security features.

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