CVE-2023-3312

CVSS Score of 10 (low)

Details

Published Jun 19, 2023
Updated: Nov 7, 2023
CWE ID 415

Summary

CVE-2023-3312 is a vulnerability found in the Linux Kernel's cpufreq subsystem, specifically in the drivers/cpufreq/qcom-cpufreq-hw.c file. This flaw, occurring during device unbind, can result in a double release problem, leading to a denial of service. The vulnerability affects various products including qR_OQw, qR_OQu, qR_OQv, qR_OQs, qR_OQt, qR_OQq, qR_OQr, sdMtgZ, sdMtgb, sdMtga, qjJrbP, rh66gF, sdMtgc, rh66gE, rh66gH, rh66gG, rh66gJ, rh66gI, rh66gL, rh66gK, rh66gN, rh66gM,rh66gP,rh66gO,rh66gR,rh6g6Q,rh6g6V,rh6f8U,qjJrbY,qjJrbU,qjJrbV,rh6f8Y,qrgY8w,qjJrbQ,qjJrbR,qjJrbS and qjJrbT. The vulnerability has a high base severity rating of 7.5 according to NIST and can be exploited remotely without requiring any privileges or user interaction. Organizations using the affected products should apply remediation measures promptly to mitigate the risk of potential denial of service attacks.

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