CVSS 3.1 Score 3.8 of 10 (low)


Published Sep 6, 2023
Updated: Oct 13, 2023


CVE-2023-39265 is a vulnerability found in Apache Superset versions up to and including 2.1.0. It allows for SQLite database connections to be incorrectly registered, which can result in unexpected file creation on Superset webservers. This vulnerability is more severe if Apache Superset is using a SQLite database for its metadata, as it could lead to further vulnerabilities related to confidentiality and integrity. The affected products include various versions of Apache Superset, as well as other related products like bVlFGC, bVlFGD, and kmLqzm. The risk score for this vulnerability is 30 out of 100, with a base severity of low. Remediation measures were not specified in the provided information.


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