CVE-2024-31470

CVSS 3.1 Score 9.8 of 10 (high)

Details

Published May 14, 2024
Updated: May 15, 2024

Summary

CVE-2024-31470 is a buffer overflow vulnerability in the SAE service, which allows unauthenticated remote code execution by sending specially crafted packets to the PAPI UDP port (8211). This vulnerability affects products v7XvlV, v7XvlX, v7XvlW, v7XvlY, and v7X51y. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability enables an attacker to execute arbitrary code with elevated privileges on the underlying operating system. The risk score is 65, indicating a high potential danger to organizations. The base severity is classified as critical with a score of 9.8. It does not require privileges or user interaction and can be exploited over the network. The impact includes high integrity and confidentiality impacts, as well as high availability impact.

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