CVSS 3.1 Score 9.8 of 10 (high)


Published Jan 4, 2024
Updated: Jan 11, 2024
CWE ID 190


CVE-2024-22051 is an integer overflow vulnerability affecting CommonMarker versions prior to 0.23.4. This vulnerability can be exploited by unauthenticated remote attackers to cause heap memory corruption, potentially leading to information leaks or remote code execution. The vulnerability can be triggered by parsing tables with marker rows that contain more than UINT16_MAX columns. The affected products include various versions of uHNMZ_, uHNMZ-, uHNMZ9, and others. To remediate the vulnerability, users are advised to update their CommonMarker software to version 0.23.4 or later. This vulnerability poses a high danger to organizations as it could allow attackers to gain unauthorized access, steal sensitive information, or execute malicious code on affected systems.

Explore Beyond the CVE Basics with Recorded Future's Vulnerability Intelligence

Note: This is just a basic overview providing quick insights into CVE-2024-22051 information. Gain full access to comprehensive CVE data, risk scores, prioritization, and mitigation data through Recorded Future's Vulnerability Intelligence:
  • Prioritize with Risk-Based Scoring
  • Explore the Extensive Vulnerability Database
  • Receive Early Alerts on Emerging CVEs
  • Focus on Critical Exploitable Vulnerabilities
  • Streamline Remediation with Integration Options