CVSS 3.1 Score 8.0 of 10 (high)


Published Feb 5, 2024
Updated: Feb 15, 2024
CWE ID 295


CVE-2024-1052 is a primary cyber vulnerability affecting Boundary and Boundary Enterprise, which are prone to session hijacking through TLS certificate tampering. This vulnerability allows an attacker with privileges to access active or pending sessions, obtain a private key associated with a session, and acquire a valid trust on first use (TOFU) token to create a TLS certificate and hijack an active session, thereby gaining unauthorized access to the underlying service or application. The affected products include oiK00B, oGQGSq, oiK00A, oiK00D, oiK00C, oGQGSp, qLMEru, qLMErs, qLMErt, oiK0z7, oiK0z9, oiK0z8, oiK0z_, and oiK0z-. This vulnerability poses significant risk as it has a high base severity score of 8.0 and impacts both confidentiality and integrity. Remediation measures should include applying patches or updates provided by the vendor to address this vulnerability.

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