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CVE-2012-4433

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Overview

Multiple integer overflows in operations/external/ppm-load.c in GEGL (Generic Graphics Library) 0.2.0 allow remote attackers to cause a denial of service (application crash) or possibly execute arbitrary code via a large (1) width or (2) height value in a Portable Pixel Map (ppm) image, which triggers a heap-based buffer overflow.

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Gentoo Linux Security Advisory 201310-05
Posted Oct 7, 2013
Authored by Gentoo | Site security.gentoo.org

Gentoo Linux Security Advisory 201310-5 - A vulnerability in GEGL might allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code. Versions less than 0.2.0-r2 are affected.

tags | advisory, remote, arbitrary
systems | linux, gentoo
advisories | CVE-2012-4433
MD5 | dcbcc4cfa582d169bdb1fa6fc24bf1dc
Mandriva Linux Security Advisory 2013-081
Posted Apr 10, 2013
Authored by Mandriva | Site mandriva.com

Mandriva Linux Security Advisory 2013-081 - An integer overflow flaw, leading to a heap-based buffer overflow, was found in the way the gegl utility processed.ppm image files. An attacker could create a specially-crafted.ppm file that, when opened in gegl, would cause gegl to crash or, potentially, execute arbitrary code.

tags | advisory, overflow, arbitrary
systems | linux, mandriva
advisories | CVE-2012-4433
MD5 | c256b25b63eae319bf983236dd76ff1e
Red Hat Security Advisory 2012-1455-01
Posted Nov 13, 2012
Authored by Red Hat | Site access.redhat.com

Red Hat Security Advisory 2012-1455-01 - GEGL is a graph-based image processing framework. An integer overflow flaw, leading to a heap-based buffer overflow, was found in the way the gegl utility processed .ppm image files. An attacker could create a specially-crafted .ppm file that, when opened in gegl, would cause gegl to crash or, potentially, execute arbitrary code. This issue was discovered by Murray McAllister of the Red Hat Security Response Team.

tags | advisory, overflow, arbitrary
systems | linux, redhat
advisories | CVE-2012-4433
MD5 | bbcd7dfa2c511489db6378649b2be850
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