CVSS 3.1 Score 7.2 of 10 (high)


Published Mar 14, 2024
CWE ID 367


CVE-2023-32282 is a race condition vulnerability found in the BIOS firmware of certain Intel(R) Processors, which could potentially allow a privileged user to escalate their privileges through local access. The affected products include u2ROuv, iMaPLA, i9DOvF, u2ROuu, i9DOvH, iMaPLD, i9DOxD, i9DOvN, i-9_LU, u2QLGH, u2QLmH, i3sSo0, i9DOvJ, i9DOxJ, i9DOvL, i3sSoq, TVM7mD, i9DOvR, iMaPM5, iO1u5C, and iMaPM9. The vulnerability has a high base severity with a score of 7.2 and requires high privileges to exploit. It has an attack vector of local access and can have a significant impact on integrity and availability. Intel has provided a rating of HIGH for this vulnerability and recommends remediation measures to mitigate the risk it poses.

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