CVSS 3.1 Score 8.8 of 10 (high)


Published Dec 14, 2023
Updated: Jan 3, 2024
CWE ID 613


CVE-2023-49935 is a vulnerability found in SchedMD Slurm version 23.02.x and 23.11.x. This vulnerability allows attackers to bypass message integrity in the slurmd process and reuse root-level authentication tokens, potentially leading to unauthorized access and privilege escalation. The affected products include tVhU_O, tVhU_P, tVhU_M, tVhU_N, t24p8t, t4aRh5, tVhU_S, t3ovIV, tVhU_Q, t9y8ef, and tVhU_R. To remediate this vulnerability, it is recommended to update to the fixed versions 23.02.7 or 23.11.1. The National Vulnerability Database rates this vulnerability as high severity with a base score of 8.8 out of 10, indicating its potential danger to organizations.

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