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Mitigations for Severe JOSE for C/C++ DoS, Info Disclosure Bug Released
It was discovered that JOSE for C/C++ AES GCM decryption routine incorrectly uses the Tag length from the actual Authentication Tag provided in the JWE (CVE-2023-37464). This severe vulnerability is simple to exploit and threatens the integrity of impacted systems.
An attacker could use this to cause a denial of service (system crash) or to expose sensitive information.
Updates for JOSE for C/C++ that mitigate this dangerous bug have been released. We strongly recommend that all impacted users apply the updates released by Debian, Debian LTS, Oracle, RedHat, Rocky Linux, and Ubuntu as soon as possible to safeguard their sensitive data and protect against potential security issues.
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