CVE-2023-3247

CVSS Score of 10 (low)

Details

Published Jul 22, 2023
Updated: Aug 1, 2023
CWE ID 252
CWE ID 330

Summary

CVE-2023-3247 is a vulnerability found in PHP versions 8.0.* before 8.0.29, 8.1.* before 8.1.20, and 8.2.* before 8.2.7 that affects products like mpPu4n, mpPu4m, and mpPu4l, among others. The vulnerability arises when using SOAP HTTP Digest Authentication, as the random value generator fails to check for failure and utilizes a narrower range of values than intended. This can lead to the disclosure of uninitialized memory from the client to the server, potentially compromising sensitive information. Remediation involves updating PHP to versions 8.0.29, 8.1.20, or 8.2.7 to address the issue and mitigate potential risks to organizations utilizing these affected versions of PHP.

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