CVSS 3.1 Score 5.5 of 10 (medium)


Published Jan 17, 2024
Updated: Feb 14, 2024
CWE ID 667
CWE ID 833


CVE-2024-0639 is a denial of service vulnerability found in the Linux kernel's SCTP subsystem, specifically in the sctp_auto_asconf_init function in net/sctp/socket.c. This vulnerability allows local users with low privileges to trigger a deadlock, potentially causing a system crash. The affected products include various versions of Qtrc2o, ohMfk4, Qtrc2i, ohMfk3, ohMfk2, Qtrc2m, QtrdW7, and many others. To remediate this vulnerability, it is recommended to apply the necessary patches or updates provided by the Linux kernel maintainers. This vulnerability poses a medium risk with a base severity score of 5.5 according to the CVSS v3.1 rating.

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