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rPSA-2006-0195-2.txt

rPSA-2006-0195-2.txt
Posted Oct 27, 2006
Site rpath.com

rPath Security Advisory: 2006-0195-2: Previous versions of the qt-x11-free package include Qt libraries contain an integer overflow flaw that causes them not to properly bound pixmap image data. This may enable a user-complicit denial of service attack (application crash), or possibly unauthorized access via arbitrary code execution, in applications which use vulnerable versions of the Qt libraries.

tags | advisory, denial of service, overflow, arbitrary, code execution
MD5 | 8264ac37d79e79183c227f1d576ad15f

rPSA-2006-0195-2.txt

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rPath Security Advisory: 2006-0195-2
Published: 2006-10-18
Updated:
2006-10-26 Integer overflow now fixed in Qt library
Products: rPath Linux 1
Rating: Major
Exposure Level Classification:
Indirect User Deterministic Unauthorized Access
Updated Versions:
kdelibs=/conary.rpath.com@rpl:devel//1/3.4.2-5.12-1
qt-x11-free=/conary.rpath.com@rpl:devel//1/3.3.4-5.7-1

References:
http://www.cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2006-4811
https://issues.rpath.com/browse/RPL-723

Description:
Previous versions of the qt-x11-free package include Qt libraries
contain an integer overflow flaw that causes them not to properly
bound pixmap image data. This may enable a user-complicit denial of
service attack (application crash), or possibly unauthorized access
via arbitrary code execution, in applications which use vulnerable
versions of the Qt libraries.

Previous versions of the KDE khtml library use Qt in a way that
allows unchecked pixmap image input to be provided to Qt, triggering
this integer overflow flaw in older versions of the Qt library.

25 October 2006 Update: The initial announcement of this update
included only the KDE khtml library; this update adds the fix for
the Qt library itself.

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