CVSS 3.1 Score 5.5 of 10 (medium)


Published Jan 17, 2024
Updated: Jan 25, 2024


CVE-2023-6548, also known as "Improper Control of Generation of Code ('Code Injection') in NetScaler ADC and NetScaler Gateway," is a cyber-vulnerability that affects multiple products, including tCxqWJ, tCxqWI, tCxqWK, tCxqWF, tCxqWE, tCxqWH, tCxqWG, tCxqWB, tCxqWA, tCxqWD, tCxqWC, uREVNK, uREVNL, uREVNO, uREVNP, uREVNM, uREVNN, t0V6Q4, t0V6Q5,tIgB3t,t0V6Q6,t0V6Q3,tCxqV9,tCxqV_,tCxqV-. The vulnerability allows an attacker with access to NSIP (NetScaler IP), CLIP (Cluster IP), or SNIP (Subnet IP) with management interface to execute remote code on the Management Interface. The risk score for this vulnerability is 89 out of 100. The base severity is categorized as MEDIUM with a base score of 5.5. Remediation steps and potential dangers are not provided in the given information.

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