Discover Security Vulnerabilities News
Multiple Easily Exploitable OpenSSL DoS Bugs Fixed
Multiple important denial of service (DoS) vulnerabilities (CVE-2023-0464 and CVE-2023-2650) have been discovered in the OpenSSL Secure Sockets Layer toolkit. These bugs are easy to exploit and have a high availability impact.
These flaws could be exploited to carry out DoS attacks resulting in loss of system access and potential compromise.
An OpenSSL security update that fixes these vulnerabilities has been released. We strongly encourage all impacted users to apply the OpenSSL updates issued by their distro(s) now to protect against attacks leading to system downtime and compromise.
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