CVSS 3.1 Score 7.8 of 10 (high)


Published Oct 20, 2023
Updated: Oct 26, 2023


CVE-2023-46277, also known as pleaser, is a privilege escalation vulnerability found in the please software version 0.5.4. This vulnerability can be exploited through the TIOCSTI and/or TIOCLINUX ioctl. If both TIOCSTI and TIOCLINUX are disabled, the vulnerability cannot be exploited. The affected products include tJfV-W, tJfV-X, tJfV-U, tJfV-V, tJfV-S, tJfV-T, tJfV-Q, tJfV-R, tJfV-e, tJfV-f, tJfV-c, tJfV-d, tJfV-a, tJfV-b, tJfV-Y, tJfV-Z, tJfV-i, tJfV-g, tJfV-h, and tJfV-O. The vulnerability has a base severity score of 7.8 (high), with low privileges required and no user interaction needed for exploitation. It has a local attack vector and high impact on integrity and confidentiality. Remediation for this vulnerability is not provided in the given information.

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