NVIDIA Windows/Linux Graphics Drivers Hit By A Series Of Security Vulnerabilities
The set of 2021 CVEs "addresses issues that may lead to denial of service, escalation of privileges, data tampering, or information disclosure."
Among the vulnerabilities are a kernel ioctl through which user-mode clients can access legacy privileged APIs, the kernel driver not completely honoring file-system permissions for GPU device-level isolation, and several more vGPU software vulnerabilities.
The Linux driver vulnerabilities have been fixed in 460.32.03 / 450.102.04 while a legacy Linux driver update is also expected in about one week to fix the issues there.
More details on these NVIDIA graphics driver vulnerabilities via the NVIDIA help section.