CVSS 3.1 Score 6.5 of 10 (medium)


Published Jan 19, 2024
Updated: Jan 30, 2024


CVE-2023-33295 is an incorrect access control vulnerability found in Cohesity DataProtect versions prior to 6.8.1_u5 or 7.1, resulting from a lack of TLS Certificate Validation. The vulnerability has a base severity rating of MEDIUM and a base score of 6.5 according to NIST's National Vulnerability Database (NVD). It requires low privileges and no user interaction, and can be exploited over the network. The impact of this vulnerability is rated as HIGH for confidentiality, with no impact on integrity or availability. The affected products include iBH2Af, iBH2Ae, iBH2Ad, iBH2Ac, iBH2Ab, and iBH2Aa. Remediation can be achieved by updating Cohesity DataProtect to version 6.8.1_u5 or version 7.1 to address the vulnerability and mitigate potential risks to organizations utilizing the affected products.

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