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CVE-2008-1767

Status Candidate

Overview

Buffer overflow in pattern.c in libxslt before 1.1.24 allows context-dependent attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) and possibly execute arbitrary code via an XSL style sheet file with a long XSLT "transformation match" condition that triggers a large number of steps.

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Ubuntu Security Notice 633-1
Posted Aug 1, 2008
Authored by Ubuntu | Site security.ubuntu.com

Ubuntu Security Notice 633-1 - It was discovered that long transformation matches in libxslt could overflow. If an attacker were able to make an application linked against libxslt process malicious XSL style sheet input, they could execute arbitrary code with user privileges or cause the application to crash, leading to a denial of service. Chris Evans discovered that the RC4 processing code in libxslt did not correctly handle corrupted key information. If a remote attacker were able to make an application linked against libxslt process malicious XML input, they could crash the application, leading to a denial of service.

tags | advisory, remote, denial of service, overflow, arbitrary
systems | linux, ubuntu
advisories | CVE-2008-1767, CVE-2008-2935
SHA-256 | e71216d18a9188ff3b39ec48cf95a6d26780525826bce9c5ed7d5bb63c139134
Mandriva Linux Security Advisory 2008-151
Posted Jul 22, 2008
Authored by Mandriva | Site mandriva.com

Mandriva Linux Security Advisory - A buffer overflow vulnerability in libxslt could be exploited via an XSL style sheet file with a long XLST transformation match condition, which could possibly lead to the execution of arbitrary code. The updated packages have been patched to correct this issue.

tags | advisory, overflow, arbitrary
systems | linux, mandriva
advisories | CVE-2008-1767
SHA-256 | d77255632167d8e079334e1ac6dc2207c1e4054933ef0bd049ea348c40534caf
Gentoo Linux Security Advisory 200806-2
Posted Jun 3, 2008
Authored by Gentoo | Site security.gentoo.org

Gentoo Linux Security Advisory GLSA 200806-02 - Anthony de Almeida Lopes reported a vulnerability in libxslt when handling XSL style-sheet files, which could be exploited to trigger the use of uninitialized memory, e.g. in a call to free(). Versions less than 1.1.24 are affected.

tags | advisory
systems | linux, gentoo
advisories | CVE-2008-1767
SHA-256 | dd80cca4ccf8f40fddcf806239995324c95cfa78db36e7280dc165d51db08d8b
Debian Linux Security Advisory 1589-1
Posted May 28, 2008
Authored by Debian | Site debian.org

Debian Security Advisory 1589-1 - It was discovered that libxslt, an XSLT processing runtime library, could be coerced into executing arbitrary code via a buffer overflow when an XSL style sheet file with a long XSLT "transformation match" condition triggered a large number of steps.

tags | advisory, overflow, arbitrary
systems | linux, debian
advisories | CVE-2008-1767
SHA-256 | 3f71ed6525424de09bdb4c065d5f0d71884755d3d298d7a2f09c76bf171bc7cf
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