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Parameter corruption in NDIS filter driver in Intel® Online Connect Access allows an attacker to cause a denial of service via local access

Intel ID:
Product family:
Latest Intel Core® Processors
Impact of vulnerability:
Denial of Service
Severity rating:
Original release:
May 14, 2018
Last revised:
May 14, 2018


Parameter corruption in NDIS filter driver in Intel® Online Connect Access allows an unprivileged attacker to cause a denial of service via local system access.


An external security researcher identified a potential parameter input validation corruption condition that affects Intel® Online Connect Access, resulting to a potential denial of service condition or Operating System crash. Loss of sensitive data is not likely due to this issue.

An update has been developed by Intel to resolve this issue.


CVE Title

CVSSv3 severity

CVSSv3 Vectors


Parameter corruption in NDIS filter driver in Intel® Online Connect Access allows an attacker to cause a denial of service via local access

5.9 (Medium)


Affected Products/Technologies:

Intel® Online Connect Access prior to and including version


Intel recommends that end users should check with their system manufacturers and apply any available updates as soon as practical.


Intel would like to thank Vadim Smirnov for discovering CVE-2018-3634 and working with Intel on a public coordinated disclosure.


If you need further assistance, contact Intel Customer Support to submit an online service request.

Revision History

Revision Date Description
1.0 May 14, 2018 Initial Release

CVE Name: CVE-2018-3634

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