CVE-2023-6062

CVSS 3.1 Score 6.8 of 10 (medium)

Details

Published Nov 20, 2023
Updated: Nov 29, 2023
CWE ID 787

Summary

CVE-2023-6062 is an arbitrary file write vulnerability that affects the Nessus application. This vulnerability allows an authenticated remote attacker with administrator privileges to modify Nessus Rules variables and overwrite arbitrary files on the remote host, potentially causing a denial of service. The vulnerability has a risk score of 33 and a base severity rating of MEDIUM. It has been classified as CVE-787 (Out-of-bounds Write). The exploitability score is 2.3, and the base score is 6.8. The attack vector is through the network, and high privileges are required to exploit this vulnerability. There is no user interaction required for exploitation. The impact score is 4.0, with no impact on confidentiality or integrity but a potential high impact on availability. The affected products include various versions of ZEzzbZ, ZEzzbY, ZEzzbb, and others. No remediation steps or further analysis have been provided at this time.

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