CVSS 3.1 Score 8.1 of 10 (high)


Published Dec 18, 2023
Updated: Jan 24, 2024
CWE ID 754


CVE-2023-32726 is a cyber vulnerability that affects multiple products, including t9y8Xy, t9y8Xz, t9y8X0, t9y8X1, t9y8X2, t9y8X3, t9y8X4, and t9y8X5. The vulnerability arises due to a lack of proper checks for buffer overflow in the response received from a DNS server. The risk score for this vulnerability is 26, indicating a high level of severity. It has a base score of 8.1 and impacts both confidentiality and integrity at a high level. The danger it poses to organizations is further emphasized by its high availability impact. There is currently no information available on remediation steps or potential exploits associated with this vulnerability.

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