CVSS 3.1 Score 8.1 of 10 (high)


Published Jul 4, 2024
Updated: Jul 8, 2024


CVE-2024-6507 is a high-severity vulnerability categorized as CWE-94 (Improper Control of Generation of Code) that affects multiple products including w0LXQh, w0NV95, w0LXQg, w0NV94, w0LXQi, w0NV96, w0NEoe, w0NEof, w0NEog, w0NV93, and w0NV92. The vulnerability allows for command injection when ingesting a remote Kaggle dataset due to a lack of input sanitization in the ingest_kaggle() API. It has a base score of 8.1 and impacts confidentiality and integrity. The exploitability score is 2.2 and the attack vector is network-based with no privileges required. Remediation steps are not provided in the available information.

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