CWE 1231: Improper Prevention of Lock Bit Modification

See my previous post on CWE 1191: On-Chip Debug and Test Interface With Improper Access Control.

Improper lock bit modification… what’s a lock bit and what’s so improper about it?! Well, as you might guess, not setting the lock bit when you should is the basis of this CWE. In this video Josh discusses what this lock bit could do and provides a RISCV example as well.

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