CVE-2024-6564

CVSS 3.1 Score 6.7 of 10 (medium)

Details

Published Jul 8, 2024
Updated: Jul 9, 2024
CWE ID 120

Summary

CVE-2024-6564 is a buffer overflow vulnerability found in "rcar_dev_init" that can result in a full bypass of secure boot. The vulnerability occurs due to the use of untrusted data as a loop counter without proper verification, allowing an attacker to exploit the system. This vulnerability affects the products 'w4zNpE' and 'w6yvyx'. To remediate this issue, it is recommended to apply the patch provided by Renesas R-Car arm-trusted-firmware. The vulnerability has a base score of 6.7, indicating a medium severity level, and poses a high impact on both confidentiality and integrity. The exploitability score is 0.8, signifying a high likelihood of successful exploitation.

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