CVSS 3.1 Score 5.3 of 10 (medium)


Published May 14, 2024
Updated: May 15, 2024
CWE ID 345


CVE-2024-35175 is a vulnerability that affects sshpiper, a reverse proxy for sshd. In versions 1.0.50 and prior to 1.3.0, the proxy protocol listener in sshpiper can be exploited by attackers to forge their connecting address. The latest version, 1.3.0, includes a patch for this issue. The vulnerability poses a medium risk with a base severity score of 5.3. It has an exploitability score of 3.9, indicating that it can potentially be exploited over a network without requiring any special privileges or user interaction. The impact of the vulnerability is low in terms of integrity and confidentiality, but organizations using sshpiper should update to version 1.3.0 to mitigate the risk of attackers spoofing source addresses and compromising the usefulness of logs for security investigations and whitelisting/rate limiting purposes.


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