Out-of-bounds Write



A Out-of-bounds Write issue affecting the v2_sdk_service running on a set of DJI drone devices on the port 10000 could allow an attacker to overwrite a pointer in the process memory through a crafted payload triggering an unsafe memory write operation in the my_tcp_receive function implemented in the libv2_sdk.so library used by the dji_vtwo_sdk binary implementing the service, potentially leading to a memory information leak or to an arbitrary code execution.


An adjacent attacker may reach arbitrary code execution on the v2_sdk_service running on the drone.

Issue Date

March 29, 2024


This issue affects: Mavic 3 Pro below version 01.01.0300, Mavic 3 below version 01.00.1200, Mavic 3 Classic below version 01.00.0500, Mavic 3 Enterprise below version, Matrice 300 below version, Matrice M30 below version 07.01.0022, Mini 3 Pro below version 01.00.0620

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Upgrade the firmware of impacted models to the latest available version



Diego Giubertoni of Nozomi Networks

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