CVSS 3.1 Score 7.5 of 10 (high)


Published Jan 2, 2024
Updated: Jan 9, 2024


CVE-2023-33112 is a vulnerability that affects WLAN firmware. It allows for a transient denial-of-service (DOS) attack when the firmware receives a "reassoc response" frame containing the RIC_DATA element. The risk score for this vulnerability is 25, indicating a high level of severity. The base score is 7.5, with an exploitability score of 3.9. The vulnerability does not require any privileges or user interaction and can be exploited over the network. It has no impact on integrity or confidentiality, but it poses a high risk to availability. The specific remediation steps or potential danger to organizations are not provided in the information available.

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