STLport printed floats buffer overflow
|stlport-printed-floats-bo (32242)||High Risk|
STLport is vulnerable to a buffer overflow, caused by an unspecified error with printed floats. A remote attacker could use unknown attack vectors causing an undetermined impact on the victim's system.
NOTE: The impact on the victim's system depends on the actual use of the library.
Upgrade to the latest version of STLport (5.0.3 or later), available from the STLport Web site. See References.
For Gentoo Linux:
Refer to Gentoo Linux Security Announcement GLSA 200703-07 for patch, upgrade, or suggested workaround information. See References.
- SourceForge.net: STLport.
- SourceForge.net: Files: STLport - File Release Notes and Changelog - Release Name: STLport 5.0.3.
- BID-22423: STLPort Library Multiple Unspecified Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2007-0803: Multiple buffer overflows in STLport before 5.0.3 allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via unspecified vectors relating to (1) print floats and (2) a missing null termination in the rope constructor.
- GLSA-200703-07: STLport: Possible remote execution of arbitrary code
- OSVDB ID: 33106: STLport Print Floats Unspecified Overflow
- OSVDB ID: 33107: STLport Rope Constructor Unspecified Overflow
- SA24024: STLport Buffer Overflow Weaknesses
- Gentoo Linux
- STLport STLport prior to 5.0.3
Feb 06, 2007
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