Momo Moonlight RuntimeHelpers.InitializeArray security bypass
|momo-runtime-security-bypass (66624)||Medium Risk|
Momo Moonlight could allow a remote attacker to bypass security restrictions, caused by missing validations on RuntimeHelpers.InitializeArray. A remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability via untrusted code to crash plugins or corrupt Moonlight's security manager internal state.
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- momo Web Site: momo Known vulnerabilities .
- BID-47208: Moonlight Prior to 2.4.1/3.99.3 Multiple Security Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2011-0989: The RuntimeHelpers.InitializeArray method in metadata/icall.c in Mono, when Moonlight 2.x before 2.4.1 or 3.x before 3.99.3 is used, does not properly restrict data types, which allows remote attackers to modify internal read-only data structures, and cause a denial of service (plugin crash) or corrupt the internal state of the security manager, via a crafted media file, as demonstrated by modifying a C# struct.
- OSVDB ID: 75025: Mono on Moonlight metadata/icall.c RuntimeHelpers.InitializeArray Method Crafted Media File Handling Remote DoS
- SA44002: Moonlight Multiple Vulnerabilities
- SUSE-SR:2011:007: SUSE Security Summary Report
- Momo Moonlight 2.4
- Momo Moonlight 3.99
Mar 06, 2011
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