CVSS 3.1 Score 4.6 of 10 (medium)


Published Feb 5, 2024
Updated: Feb 10, 2024
CWE ID 362


CVE-2024-24859 is a race condition vulnerability in the Linux kernel's net/bluetooth in the sniff_{min,max}_interval_set() function. This vulnerability affects multiple products, including ohMfk7, Qtrc2p, Qtrc2o, and ohMfk4. The vulnerability can be exploited to cause a denial of service attack by triggering a bluetooth sniffing exception issue. The vulnerability has a base severity of MEDIUM with a base score of 4.6 according to the CVSS v3.1 scoring system. It requires high privileges and user interaction to exploit and has a high attack complexity. The integrity impact is low, while the confidentiality impact is none. The exploitability score is 0.4, and the impact score is 4.2. Remediation measures have not been provided in the given information.

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