CVSS 3.1 Score 7.5 of 10 (high)


Published Dec 21, 2023
Updated: Jan 2, 2024
CWE ID 284
CWE ID 319
CWE ID 215


CVE-2023-51390 is a logging vulnerability found in journalpump, a daemon that takes log messages from journald and pumps them to a given output. The vulnerability allows the configuration of a service integration to be logged in plaintext, including any credential information contained in the configuration. The vulnerability has been patched in journalpump version 2.5.0. The vulnerability affects multiple products, including uAHW72, uAHW70, uAHW71, uAHW7y, uAHW7z, uAHW7w, uAHW7x, uAHW7m, uAHW7n, uAHW7k, uAHW7l, uAHW7i, uAHW7j, uAHW7g, uAHW7h, uAHW7u, uAHW7v, uAHW7s, uAHW7t,u AHw 1q,u AHw 1r,u AHw 1o,andu AHw 1p. The vulnerability has a base severity rating of HIGH with a CVSS score of 7.5 and can result in high confidentiality impact. No user interaction or privileges are required for exploitation and the attack vector is through the network.

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