CVE-2024-6375

CVSS 3.1 Score 6.5 of 10 (medium)

Details

Published Jul 1, 2024
Updated: Jul 3, 2024
CWE ID 285
CWE ID 862

Summary

CVE-2024-6375 is a vulnerability that affects MongoDB Server versions 5.0, prior to 5.0.22, MongoDB Server versions 6.0, prior to 6.0.11, and MongoDB Server versions 7.0, prior to 7.0.3. The vulnerability arises from a missing authorization check in a command used for refining a collection shard key. Exploiting this vulnerability can result in degraded query performance or the disclosure of chunk boundaries through timing side channels. To remediate this issue, organizations should update their MongoDB Server to version 5.0.22, 6.0.11, or 7.0.3 or later versions. This vulnerability poses a medium risk with a CVSS base score of 6.5 and can be exploited remotely over the network without requiring any privileges or user interaction, potentially impacting confidentiality with low severity and availability with low severity as well

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