CVSS Score of 10 (low)


Published Sep 22, 2023
Updated: Feb 2, 2024
CWE ID 787


CVE-2023-34319 is a vulnerability that affects multiple products including f3iFOP, f3iFOO, f3iFON, and others. The vulnerability is related to the netback driver in Linux and occurs when a packet is split into multiple pieces but the driver fails to handle this properly, leading to a buffer overrun. The potential danger of this vulnerability is high as it can be exploited by an attacker with low privileges locally. The severity rating is high, with a base score of 7.8, indicating a significant impact on integrity and confidentiality. To remediate this vulnerability, organizations should apply the necessary patches or updates provided by the affected products' vendors.


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