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CVE-2010-2598

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Overview

LibTIFF in Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 3 on x86_64 platforms, as used in tiff2rgba, attempts to process image data even when the required compression functionality is not configured, which allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service via a crafted TIFF image, related to "downsampled OJPEG input."

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Ubuntu Security Notice USN-1085-2
Posted Mar 15, 2011
Authored by Ubuntu | Site security.ubuntu.com

Ubuntu Security Notice 1085-2 - USN-1085-1 fixed vulnerabilities in the system TIFF library. The upstream fixes were incomplete and created problems for certain CCITTFAX4 files. This update fixes the problem. Multiple vulnerabilities related to tiff have been discovered and addressed. Sauli Pahlman discovered that the TIFF library incorrectly handled invalid td_stripbytecount fields. Sauli Pahlman discovered that the TIFF library incorrectly handled TIFF files with an invalid combination of SamplesPerPixel and Photometric values. Nicolae Ghimbovschi discovered that the TIFF library incorrectly handled invalid ReferenceBlackWhite values. Sauli Pahlman discovered that the TIFF library incorrectly handled certain default fields. It was discovered that the TIFF library incorrectly validated certain data types. It was discovered that the TIFF library incorrectly handled downsampled JPEG data. Various other issues were also addressed.

tags | advisory, vulnerability
systems | linux, ubuntu
advisories | CVE-2010-2482, CVE-2010-2483, CVE-2010-2595, CVE-2010-2597, CVE-2010-2598, CVE-2010-2630, CVE-2010-3087, CVE-2011-0191, CVE-2011-0192
SHA-256 | 55b184ba540a99b97525111479f1fba5ff77334bf3690f72abffaa068a8706f7
Ubuntu Security Notice USN-1085-1
Posted Mar 7, 2011
Authored by Ubuntu | Site security.ubuntu.com

Ubuntu Security Notice 1085-1 - Multiple vulnerabilities related to tiff have been discovered and addressed. Sauli Pahlman discovered that the TIFF library incorrectly handled invalid td_stripbytecount fields. Sauli Pahlman discovered that the TIFF library incorrectly handled TIFF files with an invalid combination of SamplesPerPixel and Photometric values. Nicolae Ghimbovschi discovered that the TIFF library incorrectly handled invalid ReferenceBlackWhite values. Sauli Pahlman discovered that the TIFF library incorrectly handled certain default fields. It was discovered that the TIFF library incorrectly validated certain data types. It was discovered that the TIFF library incorrectly handled downsampled JPEG data. Various other issues were also addressed.

tags | advisory, vulnerability
systems | linux, ubuntu
advisories | CVE-2010-2482, CVE-2010-2483, CVE-2010-2595, CVE-2010-2597, CVE-2010-2598, CVE-2010-2630, CVE-2010-3087, CVE-2011-0191, CVE-2011-0192
SHA-256 | e9397fa6d8f38798a98fbe7c182d72c1e10b037ec8cc64b976aec4405b72f22d
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