CVE-2023-43667

CVSS 3.1 Score 7.5 of 10 (high)

Details

Published Oct 16, 2023
Updated: Oct 19, 2023
CWE ID 89

Summary

CVE-2023-43667 is an SQL Injection vulnerability in Apache InLong, affecting versions 1.4.0 through 1.8.0. This vulnerability allows an attacker to create misleading or false records, making it difficult to audit and trace malicious activities. To remediate this issue, users are advised to upgrade to Apache InLong version 1.8.0 or apply the relevant patch (https://github.com/apache/inlong/pull/8628). The potential danger of this vulnerability lies in the potential compromise of data integrity within an organization that uses Apache InLong, as well as the possibility of unauthorized access to sensitive information stored in the affected products. The base severity rating for this vulnerability is high (7.5 out of 10), indicating a significant risk to organizations if left unaddressed.

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