|CVE‑2019‑5680||NVIDIA Tegra bootloader contains a vulnerability in nvtboot in which the nvtboot-cpu image is loaded without the load address first being validated, which may lead to code execution,denial of service, or escalation of privileges.||8.2||AV:L/AC:L/PR:H/UI:N/S:C/C:H/I:H/A:H|
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The following table lists the NVIDIA software products affected, versions affected, and the updated versions that include this security update.
|CVE||Software Product||Operating System||Affected Versions||Updated Version|
|CVE‑2019‑5680||Jetson TX1||Linux for Tegra||N/A*||R32.2|
|Linux for Tegra||R28.3 and earlier release versions||R28.3.1|
|Jetson Nano||Linux for Tegra||R32.1||R32.2|
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- *R32.2 is the first release version supporting Jetson TX1 in the R32 branch.
- The table above may not be a comprehensive list of all affected supported versions or branch releases and may be updated as more information becomes available.
None. See Security Updates for the versions to install.
CVE-2019-5680: NVIDIA thanks Balázs Triszka for reporting this issue.
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|4.0||July 29, 2019||Added the security update R28.3.1 for Jetson TX1 and the security update R32.2 for Jetson Nano|
|3.0||July 22, 2019||Corrected the CVSS vector and base score|
|2.0||July 19, 2019||Corrected the summary to describe potential impacts more accurately|
|1.0||July 18, 2019||Initial release|
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