CVSS Score of 10 (low)


Published Aug 1, 2023
Updated: Aug 7, 2023
CWE ID 787


CVE-2023-34552 is a vulnerability found in certain EZVIZ products, specifically CS-C6N-B0-1G2WF, CS-C6N-R101-1G2WF, CS-CV310-A0-1B2WFR, CS-CV310-A0-1C2WFR-C, CS-C6N-A0-1C2WFR-MUL, CS-CV310-A0-3C2WFRL-1080p, CS-CV310-A0-1C2WFR Wifi IP66 2.8mm 1080p, CS-CV248-A0-32WMFR, and EZVIZ LC1C. This vulnerability allows an unauthenticated attacker on the same local network as the camera to achieve remote code execution. It is caused by two stack-based buffer overflows in the SADP multicast protocol functions mulicast_parse_sadp_packet and mulicast_get_pack_type. To remediate this issue, users should update their firmware to versions V5.3.0 build 230215 for some models and V5.3.4 build 230214 for EZVIZ LC1C. This vulnerability poses a high danger to organizations as it can lead to unauthorized access and control of the camera, potentially compromising privacy and security.


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