|CVE||Description||Base Score||CVSS V3 Vector|
|CVE‑2018‑6261||NVIDIA GeForce Experience contains a vulnerability when GameStream is enabled which sets incorrect permissions on a file, which may to code execution, denial of service, or escalation of privileges by users with system access.||8.8||AV:L/AC:L/PR:L/UI:N/S:C/C:H/I:H/A:H|
|CVE‑2018‑6262||NVIDIA GeForce Experience contains a vulnerability when GameStream is enabled where limited sensitive user information may be available to users with system access, which may lead to information disclosure.
NVIDIA’s risk assessment is based on an average of risk across a diverse set of installed systems and may not represent the true risk of your local installation. NVIDIA recommends consulting a security or IT professional to evaluate the risk to your specific configuration.
The following table lists the software products and versions affected by these potential vulnerabilities, and the updated versions that address these vulnerabilities.
|CVE||Software Product||Operating System||Affected Versions||Updated Versions|
|CVE‑2018‑6261 CVE‑2018‑6262||GeForce Experience||Windows||All versions prior to 3.15||3.15 or later|
Download the updates from the NVIDIA GeForce Experience Downloads page, or open the client to automatically apply the security update.
- All branches prior to the versions listed in the Affected Versions column are impacted.
- If you are using an unsupported version or an earlier unsupported branch, upgrade to the latest supported version. To identify products that are no longer supported contact NVIDIA Support.
None. See Security Updates for the versions to install to address these vulnerabilities.
CVE‑2018‑6261: NVIDIA thanks Mark Barnes for reporting this issue.
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|1.0||September 27, 2018||Initial release|
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