Missing Release of Memory after Effective Lifetime
A memory leak flaw was found in WildFly OpenSSL in versions prior to 1.1.3.Final, where it removes an HTTP session. It may allow the attacker to cause OOM leading to a denial of service. The highest threat from this vulnerability is to system availability.
CWE-401 - Missing release of memory after effective lifetime (memory leak)
'Missing release of memory after effective lifetime (memory leak)' is a weakness that occurs when software doesn't effectively release allocated memory after it is used. If not addressed, this enables attackers to launch denial of service attacks (by crashing or hanging the program) or take advantage of other unexpected behavior resulting from low memory conditions.