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Microsoft CVE-2020-1354: Windows UPnP Device Host Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability

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Microsoft CVE-2020-1354: Windows UPnP Device Host Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability

Severity
5
CVSS
(AV:L/AC:L/Au:N/C:P/I:P/A:P)
Published
07/14/2020
Created
07/15/2020
Added
07/14/2020
Modified
11/18/2021

Description

An elevation of privilege vulnerability exists when the Windows UPnP Device Host improperly handles memory.To exploit this vulnerability, an attacker would first have to gain execution on the victim system, aka 'Windows UPnP Device Host Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability'. This CVE ID is unique from CVE-2020-1430.

Solution(s)

  • msft-kb4558998-2ea0212a-a53c-4d0c-a139-eb30c18cddca
  • msft-kb4558998-68af4d94-88ce-4036-a1c5-8f0d7c2a76cb
  • msft-kb4558998-e138232a-fc42-458a-b9c5-0825d3c32cbb
  • msft-kb4565483-1005a8f3-10da-48b0-86e1-adebe1fd5dd3
  • msft-kb4565483-389b25fc-ee6e-4387-9694-36cf3d6fba53
  • msft-kb4565483-3953c76a-16d0-4028-977a-0a5108a8c373
  • msft-kb4565483-3d9c274a-fec8-44c8-b2f5-10ba9359d556
  • msft-kb4565483-b0c5cbda-81c1-4b37-82c2-ffc7cff33c57
  • msft-kb4565483-b3f51921-6afd-4c38-8092-51c1be956806
  • msft-kb4565489-1d68cd90-971e-43f4-ab9e-626ae9429fc9
  • msft-kb4565489-72f35143-59a4-43d2-a23b-ec3cdbbf729d
  • msft-kb4565503-197596bc-0893-4b83-a165-eac8b3a0ca9f
  • msft-kb4565503-77d8f96b-d56a-4f77-b492-0cca5e877ed3
  • msft-kb4565503-9f4ad806-f4a9-4868-b9a2-900b0a123d96
  • msft-kb4565508-785b1349-3f0c-4bd5-9026-82852f0f9be3
  • msft-kb4565508-cbdd311f-9094-4a87-a5ce-8c10c46070be
  • msft-kb4565511-51c72e01-8b82-457e-b308-29975f3bb759
  • msft-kb4565511-72f5c720-ee6c-48ae-904b-ec5449b9a560
  • msft-kb4565511-c59cd6f3-fff6-4368-9321-3a1275583276
  • msft-kb4565513-0bfed89d-18f0-4885-adc9-d6958a84f614
  • msft-kb4565513-4e2556e1-8b2f-4d6c-ad22-67b11736daf5
  • msft-kb4565529-2643b825-7639-4dbf-9f76-dff9ca82a369
  • msft-kb4565529-9d4b07e2-a94f-44b7-a960-0e921abe0ef5
  • msft-kb4565539-029704b3-c051-4cf0-968c-2eeed32d0a5c
  • msft-kb4565539-07bff0f1-4e8e-4e22-991b-3c5089af193a
  • msft-kb4565539-2511b07e-3588-4bc8-9f9f-63e3c01c925b
  • msft-kb4565539-73777a31-4b9e-42fe-8876-2df56509d376
  • msft-kb4565539-fdb6011b-60c8-45b7-bbf7-66b5ca63b6de
  • msft-kb4565540-16d7b82b-31ae-4b66-82b4-10ecf2a2980d
  • msft-kb4565540-24c2efc2-a29c-4c0e-aa31-ec00d74ffdca
  • msft-kb4565540-84942b6a-22e3-45d8-952e-3476d7483b60
  • msft-kb4565535-111aa627-8dcf-4b02-80bf-d9c15c7c6d15
  • msft-kb4565535-d9dde094-c8da-4c41-93bf-de9b0b58c9a1
  • msft-kb4565535-f965746a-43c8-4b7d-a0f1-d663818deda3

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