MiniO Information Disclosure Vulnerability (CVE-2023-28432) Notification

MiniO Information Disclosure Vulnerability (CVE-2023-28432) Notification

março 27, 2023 | NSFOCUS


Recently, NSFOCUS CERT found that MinIO officially issued a security notice, which fixed a MinIO information disclosure vulnerability (CVE-2023-28432). When MiniO is configured in cluster mode, an unauthenticated attacker can ultimately obtain information about all environment variables by constructing a crafted request packet, which allows the attacker to utilize the MINIO_ SECRET_ KEY&MINIO_ ROOT_ PASSWORD logs in to the background as an administrator. The CVSS score is 7.5. Currently, the details of the vulnerability have been publicly disclosed. Please take measures to protect the affected users as soon as possible.

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Scope of Impact

Affected version

  • RELEASE.2019-12-17T23-16-33Z <= MinIO < RELEASE.2023-03-20T20-16-18Z

Unaffected version

  • MinIO >= RELEASE.2023-03-20T20-16-18Z


Currently, a new version has been officially released to fix this vulnerability. It is recommended that affected users promptly install protection:


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