|CVE‑2019‑5678||NVIDIA GeForce Experience contains a vulnerability in the Web Helper component, in which an attacker with local system access can craft input that may not be properly validated. Such an attack may lead to code execution, denial of service or information disclosure.||7.8||AV:L/AC:L/PR:N/UI:R/S:U/C:H/I:H/A:H|
|CVE‑2019‑5676||NVIDIA GeForce Experience installer software contains a vulnerability in which it incorrectly loads Windows system DLLs without validating the path or signature (also known as a binary planting or DLL preloading attack), leading to escalation of privileges through code execution. The attacker requires local system access.||7.2||AV:L/AC:H/PR:H/UI:R/S:C/C:H/I:H/A:H|
The NVIDIA risk assessment is based on an average of risk across a diverse set of installed systems and may not represent the true risk to your local installation. NVIDIA recommends consulting a security or IT professional to evaluate the risk to your specific configuration.
The following table lists the NVIDIA software products affected, versions affected, and the updated versions that include this security update.
Download the updates from the GeForce Experience Downloads page, or open the client to automatically apply the security update.
|Software Product||Operating System||Affected Versions||Updated Version|
|GeForce Experience||Windows||All versions prior to 3.19||3.19|
- Earlier software branch releases that support this product are also affected. If you are using an earlier branch release, upgrade to the latest branch release.
- CVE-2019-5676: If GeForce Experience software is installed on Windows 7, Microsoft KB2533623 must be installed as a prerequisite to address this CVE.
None. See Security Updates for the version to install.
CVE‑2019‑5678: NVIDIA thanks David Yesland of Rhino Security Labs for reporting this issue.
CVE-2019-5676: NVIDIA thanks multiple reporters for reporting this issue: Kushal Arvind Shah of Fortinet's FortiGuard Labs; Łukasz 'zaeek'; Yasin Soliman; Marius Gabriel Mihai; and Stefan Kanthak.
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|1.0||May 30, 2019||Initial release|
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