CVE Vulnerabilities


User Interface (UI) Misrepresentation of Critical Information

Published: Feb 14, 2024 | Modified: Feb 14, 2024
CVSS 3.x
CVSS 2.x

Dell E-Lab Navigator, [3.1.9, 3.2.0], contains an Insecure Direct Object Reference Vulnerability in Feedback submission. An attacker could potentially exploit this vulnerability, to manipulate the emails appearance, potentially deceiving recipients and causing reputational and security risks.


The user interface (UI) does not properly represent critical information to the user, allowing the information - or its source - to be obscured or spoofed. This is often a component in phishing attacks.

Extended Description

If an attacker can cause the UI to display erroneous data, or to otherwise convince the user to display information that appears to come from a trusted source, then the attacker could trick the user into performing the wrong action. This is often a component in phishing attacks, but other kinds of problems exist. For example, if the UI is used to monitor the security state of a system or network, then omitting or obscuring an important indicator could prevent the user from detecting and reacting to a security-critical event. UI misrepresentation can take many forms:

Potential Mitigations