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Vuln ID Summary CVSS Severity
CVE-2024-24790

The various Is methods (IsPrivate, IsLoopback, etc) did not work as expected for IPv4-mapped IPv6 addresses, returning false for addresses which would return true in their traditional IPv4 forms.

Published: June 05, 2024; 12:15:10 PM -0400
V4.0:(not available)
V3.1: 9.8 CRITICAL
V2.0:(not available)
CVE-2024-24789

The archive/zip package's handling of certain types of invalid zip files differs from the behavior of most zip implementations. This misalignment could be exploited to create an zip file with contents that vary depending on the implementation reading the file. The archive/zip package now rejects files containing these errors.

Published: June 05, 2024; 12:15:10 PM -0400
V4.0:(not available)
V3.1: 5.5 MEDIUM
V2.0:(not available)
CVE-2023-45285

Using go get to fetch a module with the ".git" suffix may unexpectedly fallback to the insecure "git://" protocol if the module is unavailable via the secure "https://" and "git+ssh://" protocols, even if GOINSECURE is not set for said module. This only affects users who are not using the module proxy and are fetching modules directly (i.e. GOPROXY=off).

Published: December 06, 2023; 12:15:07 PM -0500
V4.0:(not available)
V3.1: 7.5 HIGH
V2.0:(not available)
CVE-2023-39326

A malicious HTTP sender can use chunk extensions to cause a receiver reading from a request or response body to read many more bytes from the network than are in the body. A malicious HTTP client can further exploit this to cause a server to automatically read a large amount of data (up to about 1GiB) when a handler fails to read the entire body of a request. Chunk extensions are a little-used HTTP feature which permit including additional metadata in a request or response body sent using the chunked encoding. The net/http chunked encoding reader discards this metadata. A sender can exploit this by inserting a large metadata segment with each byte transferred. The chunk reader now produces an error if the ratio of real body to encoded bytes grows too small.

Published: December 06, 2023; 12:15:07 PM -0500
V4.0:(not available)
V3.1: 5.3 MEDIUM
V2.0:(not available)