CVSS 3.1 Score 7.5 of 10 (high)


Published Oct 30, 2023
Updated: Nov 7, 2023


CVE-2023-46863, also known as Peppermint Ticket Management Path Traversal vulnerability, affects multiple products including qsg5eZ, qsg5eY, qsg5eb, qsg5ea, qsg5ed, qsg5ec, qsg5ef, qsg5ee, qsg5eh, qsg5eg, qsg5ei, and qsg5eX. This vulnerability allows remote attackers to read arbitrary files by sending a specific POST request to /api/v1/users/file/download?filepath=./../. It has a base severity of HIGH with a CVSS score of 7.5. The exploitability score is 3.9 and the impact score is 3.6. The confidentiality impact is rated as HIGH while the integrity impact is rated as NONE. The attack vector is through the network and user interaction or privileges are not required for exploitation. The vulnerability falls under CWE-22 category which involves improper limitation of a pathname to a restricted directory (Path Traversal). No remediation information or potential danger analysis is provided in the source text.

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