CVE-2023-3470

CVSS Score of 10 (low)

Details

Published Aug 2, 2023
Updated: Oct 13, 2023
CWE ID 287
CWE ID 1391

Summary

CVE-2023-3470 is a vulnerability that affects specific F5 BIG-IP platforms with Cavium Nitrox FIPS HSM cards. The vulnerability allows an authenticated user with TMSH access to the BIG-IP system or anyone with physical access to the FIPS HSM to generate the correct password for the Crypto User account. This predictable password can also be used by users on one Guest to access keys of a different Guest on vCMP systems. The affected hardware platforms include 10350v-F, i5820-DF, i7820-DF, and more. To remediate this vulnerability, users should update their firmware to a non-vulnerable version. This vulnerability poses a medium level of danger as it could allow unauthorized access to sensitive information and compromise the security of the organization's systems.

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