CVE-2023-3635

CVSS 3.1 Score 5.9 of 10 (medium)

Details

Published Jul 12, 2023
Updated: Oct 25, 2023
CWE ID 195
CWE ID 681

Summary

CVE-2023-3635 is a vulnerability that affects multiple products, including sE9wX8, sE9wX9, sE9wX-, and many others. The vulnerability arises from GzipSource not handling an exception that may be raised when parsing a malformed gzip buffer. This can result in a denial of service of the Okio client if a crafted GZIP archive is handled using the GzipSource class. The risk score for this vulnerability is 26, with a base severity of MEDIUM and a base score of 5.9. The exploitability score is 2.2, indicating a medium level of exploitability. There are no requirements for privileges or user interaction to exploit this vulnerability, and the attack vector is through the network. The potential danger to organizations lies in the availability impact, which is rated as HIGH. Remediation measures should be implemented to address this vulnerability promptly and mitigate any potential risks it poses to affected systems and networks.

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