CVE-2023-38200

CVSS 3.1 Score 7.5 of 10 (high)

Details

Published Jul 24, 2023
Updated: Dec 28, 2023
CWE ID 834
CWE ID 400

Summary

CVE-2023-38200 is a vulnerability found in Keylime affecting various products such as t0OPHD, s-pbR-, tyi2F4, s-pbSE, s5UiRj, tU2kpd, tU2kpc, and nv-TCv. This flaw allows an attacker to carry out a remote denial of service against the SSL connections of the Keylime registrar by exhausting all available connections. The base severity of this vulnerability is rated as HIGH with a base score of 7.5 according to the National Vulnerability Database (NVD). The exploitability score is 3.9 out of 10, and the impact score is 3.6 out of 10. It requires no privileges or user interaction and can be exploited over a network. The potential danger posed to an organization is high, as it can lead to service unavailability. No remediation steps or analysis descriptions are provided for this vulnerability.

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