CVSS Score of 10 (low)


Published Jul 11, 2023
Updated: Jul 18, 2023


CVE-2023-35352 is a Windows Remote Desktop Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability with a risk score of 28. It affects multiple products, including tCwJYL, dCiVNO, tCwJYK, dCiVNP, dCiVNM, tCwJYJ, tCwJYI, dCiVNN, dCiVNK, dCiVNL, dCiVNJ, tCwJYH, Qtri3z, i6iR8b, Qtri32, Qtri33, i6iR8h, cJQESn, cJQESm, Z7Sozt, i6iR8j, cJQESl, Z7Sozu, i6iR8i,, Z7Sozv,i6iR8l,Z7Sozo,Z7Sozp,i6iR8k,i6iR8n,Z7Sozq,i6iR8m,fvCG_n,i6iR8o,Z7Sozn,and msE0I3. The vulnerability allows attackers to bypass security features in Windows Remote Desktop and gain unauthorized access to systems. To remediate the issue and protect against potential dangers to an organization's data and network infrastructure it is recommended to apply the latest security patches and updates provided by Microsoft.


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