Vulnerability in Intel® RealSense™ Web Component allows authenticated users to elevate privileges via updater subsystem
The vulnerability allows a potentially malicious 3rd party to gain the highest possible elevation of privilege level in the Operating System.
The vulnerability allows a potentially malicious 3rd party to gain the highest possible elevation of privilege in the Operating System. The root cause of the vulnerability has been identified as an implementation bug in the updater subsystem of the Intel RealSense Web Component.
Intel RealSense Web Component is being discontinued effective February 1st 2017. Customers are strongly encouraged to remove the Intel RealSense Web Component from their system.
Intel strongly recommends customers impacted by this issue to remove the software per the instructions listed in the table above.
This issue was reported to Intel by Florian Bogner @ Kapsch BusinessCom AG // bogner.sh & kapsch.net
CVSS v3 score & vectors: CVSS:3.0/AV:N/AC:L/PR:L/UI:R/S:C/C:N/I:H/A:H
CVE Name: CVE-2017-5680
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