CVSS 3.1 Score 7.1 of 10 (high)


Published Feb 13, 2024
Updated: Mar 1, 2024


CVE-2024-21377 is a Windows DNS Information Disclosure Vulnerability that affects multiple products including pE-qzw, pE-qzz, pE-qz0, and more. The vulnerability has a base severity rating of HIGH with a base score of 7.1 and an exploitability score of 1.8. It requires low privileges and does not require user interaction. The attack vector is local, with no integrity impact but high confidentiality impact. The vulnerability poses a potential danger to organizations as it allows for information disclosure. Remediation steps have not been provided in the information provided.

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