CVSS 3.1 Score 9.8 of 10 (high)


Published Jul 21, 2023
Updated: Aug 1, 2023
CWE ID 787


CVE-2023-38632 is a critical vulnerability with a base severity score of 9.8. It affects async-sockets-cpp versions up to 0.3.1 and can be exploited remotely through the network without requiring any user interaction or privileges. The vulnerability is related to a stack-based buffer overflow in tcpsocket.hpp when processing malformed TCP packets. This can lead to high impact on integrity and confidentiality, posing a significant danger to affected organizations. The products affected by this vulnerability include sMYeJ4, sMYeJ5, sMYeJ2, sMYeJ3, and sMYeJ1. To remediate the issue, it is recommended to update the async-sockets-cpp package to a version that includes the necessary security patches.

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