CVE-2023-3301

CVSS Score of 10 (low)

Details

Published Sep 13, 2023
Updated: Nov 7, 2023
CWE ID 617
CWE ID 362

Summary

CVE-2023-3301 is a vulnerability found in QEMU. The flaw arises from the asynchronous nature of hot-unplug, which creates a race scenario where the net device backend is cleared before the virtio-net pci frontend is unplugged. This vulnerability can be exploited by a malicious guest to trigger an assertion and cause a denial of service. The affected products include various versions of exhcGF, d0rE62, c5cVNU, XL7yXI, c5cVNT, XL7yXC, XL7yXD, XL7yXA, and many others. To remediate this vulnerability, users are advised to update QEMU to the latest version available. The potential danger this vulnerability poses to an organization is a possible disruption of service due to a denial of service attack.

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