CVE-2023-34625

CVSS Score of 10 (low)

Details

Published Jul 20, 2023
Updated: Jul 28, 2023
CWE ID 294

Summary

CVE-2023-34625 relates to a vulnerability in ShowMojo MojoBox Digital Lockbox 1.4, specifically an authentication bypass issue. This vulnerability occurs due to the implementation of the lock opening mechanism via Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), which is susceptible to replay attacks. This means that a malicious user can intercept BLE requests and replicate them to open the lock at any time. Additionally, an attacker with physical access to the device on which the Android app is installed can obtain the latest BLE messages from app logs and use them to unlock the lock. The risk score for this vulnerability is 28, indicating a high level of severity. The base score assigned by NIST is 8.1, categorizing it as a high severity vulnerability with significant impact on confidentiality and integrity. Remediation steps should be taken promptly to address this issue and prevent unauthorized access to the lockbox.

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