Apple QuickTime Jdirect code execution
|quicktime-jdirect-code-execution (35360)||High Risk|
Apple QuickTime could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on the system, caused by a design error in QuickTime for Java where Jdirect exposes certain interfaces. By persuading a victim to visit a specially-crafted Web site containing a malicious Java applet, a remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability to load arbitrary libraries and free arbitrary memory and execute arbitrary code on the victim's system with the privileges of the user. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by sending the malicious file as an email attachment or hosting it on a Web site.
Upgrade to the latest version of Apple QuickTime (7.2 or later), available from the Apple Web site. See References.
- Apple QuickTime Web site: Apple - QuickTime.
- Apple Web site: About the security content of QuickTime 7.2 .
- BID-24873: Apple QuickTime Information Disclosure and Multiple Code Execution Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2007-2396: The JDirect support in QuickTime for Java in Apple Quicktime before 7.2 exposes certain dangerous interfaces, which allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via crafted Java applets.
- OSVDB ID: 36133: Apple QuickTime for Java JDirect Support Interface Exposure Arbitrary Code Execution
- SA26034: Apple QuickTime Multiple Vulnerabilities
- SECTRACK ID: 1018373: QuickTime Memory Corruption Bugs Let Remote Users Execute Arbitrary Code
- Apple QuickTime 7.0
- Apple QuickTime 7.0.1
- Apple QuickTime 7.0.2
- Apple QuickTime 7.0.3
- Apple QuickTime 7.0.4
- Apple QuickTime 7.0.8
- Apple QuickTime 7.1
- Apple QuickTime 7.1.1
- Apple QuickTime 7.1.2
- Apple QuickTime 7.1.3
- Apple QuickTime 7.1.4
- Apple QuickTime 7.1.5
- Apple QuickTime 7.1.6
Jul 11, 2007
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