CERT-FR Advisory: Vulnerability in OpenSSL

The French Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-FR) has released an advisory (CERTFR-2023-AVI-0920) highlighting a vulnerability in OpenSSL, a widely-used cryptographic library.

Risk: The vulnerability, classified as a “Remote Denial of Service,” affects OpenSSL versions 3.1, 3.0, 1.1.1, and 1.0.2.

Summary: This flaw allows attackers to initiate a remote denial of service, posing potential risks to systems relying on affected OpenSSL versions.

Solution: As the publisher considers the impact low, no immediate patch is available. Users are urged to stay vigilant and refer to the OpenSSL Security Bulletin 20231106 for updates and fixes.

CVE Reference: The vulnerability is tracked under CVE-2023-5678.

Stay informed and follow security best practices to mitigate potential risks.