CVSS 3.1 Score 8.4 of 10 (high)


Published May 6, 2024
CWE ID 121


CVE-2024-21474 is a cyber vulnerability that involves memory corruption due to the use of a buffer size from a previous call without proper validation or re-initialization. The vulnerability has a risk score of 65 and a base severity level of HIGH. It affects products related to the domain "BIuvGo" and has not been modified since May 6, 2024. The base score is 8.4, indicating its potential danger to organizations. To remediate the vulnerability, it is recommended to validate and re-initialize the buffer size properly. The vulnerability has an exploitability score of 2.5, an integrity impact level of HIGH, and a confidentiality impact level of HIGH. It is categorized as CWE-121 (Stack-based Buffer Overflow) and possesses an attack vector of LOCAL with low attack complexity.

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