CVE-2023-33117

CVSS 3.1 Score 7.8 of 10 (high)

Details

Published Jan 2, 2024
Updated: Jan 8, 2024
CWE ID 416

Summary

CVE-2023-33117 is a memory corruption vulnerability that affects an undisclosed product. The vulnerability occurs when the High-Level Operating System (HLOS) allocates a response payload buffer to copy data received from the Application Digital Signal Processor (ADSP) in response to an AVCS_LOAD_MODULE command. The risk score for this vulnerability is 25, indicating a high severity level. The base severity is also rated as high, with a score of 7.8. The exploitability score is 1.8, suggesting a low level of difficulty for attackers to exploit this vulnerability. The potential danger to an organization includes high impact on integrity and confidentiality, as well as the possibility of availability being impacted. No information regarding remediation or specific organization risks is provided in the given text.

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