Vulnerability CVE-2022-30426


Published: 2022-09-23

Description:
There is a stack buffer overflow vulnerability, which could lead to arbitrary code execution in UEFI DXE driver on some Acer products. An attack could exploit this vulnerability to escalate privilege from ring 3 to ring 0, and hijack control flow during UEFI DXE execution. This affects Altos T110 F3 firmware version <= P13 (latest) and AP130 F2 firmware version <= P04 (latest) and Aspire 1600X firmware version <= P11.A3L (latest) and Aspire 1602M firmware version <= P11.A3L (latest) and Aspire 7600U firmware version <= P11.A4 (latest) and Aspire MC605 firmware version <= P11.A4L (latest) and Aspire TC-105 firmware version <= P12.B0L (latest) and Aspire TC-120 firmware version <= P11-A4 (latest) and Aspire U5-620 firmware version <= P11.A1 (latest) and Aspire X1935 firmware version <= P11.A3L (latest) and Aspire X3475 firmware version <= P11.A3L (latest) and Aspire X3995 firmware version <= P11.A3L (latest) and Aspire XC100 firmware version <= P11.B3 (latest) and Aspire XC600 firmware version <= P11.A4 (latest) and Aspire Z3-615 firmware version <= P11.A2L (latest) and Veriton E430G firmware version <= P21.A1 (latest) and Veriton B630_49 firmware version <= AAP02SR (latest) and Veriton E430 firmware version <= P11.A4 (latest) and Veriton M2110G firmware version <= P21.A3 (latest) and Veriton M2120G fir.

 References:
https://github.com/10TG/vulnerabilities/blob/main/Acer/CVE-2022-30426/CVE-2022-30426.md
http://altos.com
http://acer.com

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