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In 2021 there have been 0 vulnerabilities in Nvidia Virtual Gpu Manager . Last year Virtual Gpu Manager had 18 security vulnerabilities published. Right now, Virtual Gpu Manager is on track to have less security vulnerabilities in 2021 than it did last year.

Year Vulnerabilities Average Score
2021 0 0.00
2020 18 6.82
2019 3 5.67
2018 0 0.00

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Latest Nvidia Virtual Gpu Manager Security Vulnerabilities

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin, in

CVE-2020-5989 5.5 - Medium - October 02, 2020

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin, in which it can dereference a NULL pointer, which may lead to denial of service. This affects vGPU version 8.x (prior to 8.5), version 10.x (prior to 10.4) and version 11.0.

NULL Pointer Dereference

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin, in

CVE-2020-5988 7.1 - High - October 02, 2020

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin, in which allocated memory can be freed twice, which may lead to information disclosure or denial of service. This affects vGPU version 8.x (prior to 8.5), version 10.x (prior to 10.4) and version 11.0.

Dangling pointer

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin in

CVE-2020-5987 7.8 - High - October 02, 2020

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin in which guest-supplied parameters remain writable by the guest after the plugin has validated them, which may lead to the guest being able to pass invalid parameters to plugin handlers, which may lead to denial of service or escalation of privileges. This affects vGPU version 8.x (prior to 8.5), version 10.x (prior to 10.4) and version 11.0.

Insufficient Cleanup

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin, in

CVE-2020-5986 5.5 - Medium - October 02, 2020

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin, in which an input data size is not validated, which may lead to tampering or denial of service. This affects vGPU version 8.x (prior to 8.5), version 10.x (prior to 10.4) and version 11.0.

Improper Input Validation

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin, in

CVE-2020-5985 7.1 - High - October 02, 2020

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin, in which an input data length is not validated, which may lead to tampering or denial of service. This affects vGPU version 8.x (prior to 8.5), version 10.x (prior to 10.4) and version 11.0.

Improper Input Validation

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin in

CVE-2020-5984 7.8 - High - October 02, 2020

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin in which it may have the use-after-free vulnerability while freeing some resources, which may lead to denial of service, code execution, and information disclosure. This affects vGPU version 8.x (prior to 8.5), version 10.x (prior to 10.4) and version 11.0.

Dangling pointer

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin and the host driver kernel module, in which the potential exists to write to a memory location

CVE-2020-5983 7.1 - High - October 02, 2020

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin and the host driver kernel module, in which the potential exists to write to a memory location that is outside the intended boundary of the frame buffer memory allocated to guest operating systems, which may lead to denial of service or information disclosure. This affects vGPU version 8.x (prior to 8.5), version 10.x (prior to 10.4) and version 11.0.

Memory Corruption

NVIDIA Windows GPU Display Driver, all versions, contains a vulnerability in the NVIDIA Control Panel component in

CVE-2020-5979 7.8 - High - October 02, 2020

NVIDIA Windows GPU Display Driver, all versions, contains a vulnerability in the NVIDIA Control Panel component in which a user is presented with a dialog box for input by a high-privilege process, which may lead to escalation of privileges.

NVIDIA Windows GPU Display Driver, all versions, contains a vulnerability in the kernel mode layer (nvlddmkm.sys) scheduler, in which the software does not properly limit the number or frequency of interactions

CVE-2020-5982 4.4 - Medium - October 02, 2020

NVIDIA Windows GPU Display Driver, all versions, contains a vulnerability in the kernel mode layer (nvlddmkm.sys) scheduler, in which the software does not properly limit the number or frequency of interactions that it has with an actor, such as the number of incoming requests, which may lead to denial of service.

Allocation of Resources Without Limits or Throttling

NVIDIA Windows GPU Display Driver, all versions, contains a vulnerability in the DirectX11 user mode driver (nvwgf2um/x.dll), in

CVE-2020-5981 7.8 - High - October 02, 2020

NVIDIA Windows GPU Display Driver, all versions, contains a vulnerability in the DirectX11 user mode driver (nvwgf2um/x.dll), in which a specially crafted shader can cause an out of bounds access, which may lead to denial of service or code execution.

Memory Corruption

NVIDIA Windows GPU Display Driver, all versions, contains a vulnerability in multiple components in

CVE-2020-5980 7.8 - High - October 02, 2020

NVIDIA Windows GPU Display Driver, all versions, contains a vulnerability in multiple components in which a securely loaded system DLL will load its dependencies in an insecure fashion, which may lead to code execution or denial of service.

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin, in

CVE-2020-5972 7.1 - High - June 30, 2020

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin, in which local pointer variables are not initialized and may be freed later, which may lead to tampering or denial of service. This affects vGPU version 8.x (prior to 8.4), version 9.x (prior to 9.4) and version 10.x (prior to 10.3).

Release of Invalid Pointer or Reference

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin, in which the software reads from a buffer by using buffer access mechanisms such as indexes or pointers

CVE-2020-5971 7.8 - High - June 30, 2020

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin, in which the software reads from a buffer by using buffer access mechanisms such as indexes or pointers that reference memory locations after the targeted buffer, which may lead to code execution, denial of service, escalation of privileges, or information disclosure. This affects vGPU version 8.x (prior to 8.4), version 9.x (prior to 9.4) and version 10.x (prior to 10.3).

Out-of-bounds Read

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin, in

CVE-2020-5970 7.1 - High - June 30, 2020

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin, in which an input data size is not validated, which may lead to tampering or denial of service. This affects vGPU version 8.x (prior to 8.4), version 9.x (prior to 9.4) and version 10.x (prior to 10.3).

Improper Input Validation

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin, in

CVE-2020-5969 6.3 - Medium - June 30, 2020

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin, in which it validates a shared resource before using it, creating a race condition which may lead to denial of service or information disclosure. This affects vGPU version 8.x (prior to 8.4), version 9.x (prior to 9.4) and version 10.x (prior to 10.3).

Race Condition

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin, in which the software does not restrict or incorrectly restricts operations within the boundaries of a resource

CVE-2020-5968 7.8 - High - June 30, 2020

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin, in which the software does not restrict or incorrectly restricts operations within the boundaries of a resource that is accessed by using an index or pointer, such as memory or files, which may lead to code execution, denial of service, escalation of privileges, or information disclosure. This affects vGPU version 8.x (prior to 8.4), version 9.x (prior to 9.4) and version 10.x (prior to 10.3).

Buffer Overflow

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the kernel module (nvidia.ko), where a null pointer dereference may occur

CVE-2020-5960 5.5 - Medium - March 12, 2020

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager contains a vulnerability in the kernel module (nvidia.ko), where a null pointer dereference may occur, which may lead to denial of service.

NULL Pointer Dereference

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager, all versions, contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin in

CVE-2020-5959 5.5 - Medium - March 12, 2020

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager, all versions, contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin in which an input index value is incorrectly validated which may lead to denial of service.

Improper Input Validation

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager, all versions, contains a vulnerability in

CVE-2019-5696 5.5 - Medium - November 09, 2019

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager, all versions, contains a vulnerability in which the provision of an incorrectly sized buffer by a guest VM leads to GPU out-of-bound access, which may lead to a denial of service.

Incorrect Calculation of Buffer Size

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager, all versions, contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin, in

CVE-2019-5698 4.4 - Medium - November 09, 2019

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager, all versions, contains a vulnerability in the vGPU plugin, in which an input index value is incorrectly validated, which may lead to denial of service.

out-of-bounds array index

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager, all versions, contains a vulnerability in which it may grant a guest access to memory

CVE-2019-5697 7.1 - High - November 09, 2019

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager, all versions, contains a vulnerability in which it may grant a guest access to memory that it does not own, which may lead to information disclosure or denial of service.

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