NVIDIA ChatRTX for Windows suffers from execution flaws

NVIDIA ChatRTX for Windows suffers from execution flaws

NVIDIA, the artificial intelligence computing giant, has released urgent patches for two software flaws in its ChatRTX for Windows app, as well as a warning that users are vulnerable to code execution and data tampering attacks.

According to an NVIDIA advisory, the flaws have a ‘high-risk’ rating and could be used to launch malicious code through cross-site scripting attacks. The security flaws, identified as CVE-2024-0082 and CVE-2024-0083, affect ChatRTX for Windows 0.2 and earlier versions.

Developers and AI enthusiasts use the NVIDIA ChatRTX app to connect PC LLMs to their own data through a popular technique known as retrieval-augmented generation (RAG).

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