CVSS Score of 10 (low)


Published Apr 3, 2024


CVE-2023-35812 is a vulnerability discovered in the Amazon Linux packages of OpenSSH 7.4 for Amazon Linux 1 and 2. The issue arises from an incomplete fix for CVE-2019-6111 within these specific packages. While the previous fix addressed cases where an absolute path was passed to scp, it did not cover situations where a relative path is used. This means that when a relative path is utilized, there is no verification that the received file matches the requested one. To remediate this vulnerability, fixed packages with versions 7.4p1-22.78.amzn1 and 7.4p1-22.amzn2.0.2 are available. Organizations utilizing the affected products should update to these fixed versions to prevent potential exploitation or unauthorized access to files on their systems.

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