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A Use After Free vulnerability exists in Artifex Software, Inc. MuPDF library 1.17.0-rc1 and earlier when a valid page was followed by a page with invalid pixmap dimensions, causing bander - a static - to point to previously freed memory instead of a newband_writer.
Artifex MuPDF before 1.18.0 has a heap based buffer over-write when parsing JBIG2 files allowing attackers to cause a denial of service.
SumatraPDF 2.1.1/MuPDF 1.0 allows remote attackers to cause an Integer Overflow in the lex_number() function via a corrupt PDF file.
Artifex MuPDF before 1.16.0 has a heap-based buffer over-read in fz_chartorune in fitz/string.c because pdf/pdf-op-filter.c does not check for a missing string.
Artifex MuPDF 1.15.0 has a heap-based buffer overflow in fz_append_display_node located at fitz/list-device.c, allowing remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted PDF file. This occurs with a large BDC property name that overflows the allocated size of a display list node.
Usage of an uninitialized variable in the function fz_load_jpeg in Artifex MuPDF 1.14 can result in a heap overflow vulnerability that allows an attacker to execute arbitrary code.
svg-run.c in Artifex MuPDF 1.14.0 has infinite recursion with stack consumption in svg_run_use_symbol, svg_run_element, and svg_run_use, as demonstrated by mutool.
Artifex MuPDF 1.14.0 has a SEGV in the function fz_load_page of the fitz/document.c file, as demonstrated by mutool. This is related to page-number mishandling in cbz/mucbz.c, cbz/muimg.c, and svg/svg-doc.c.
In Artifex MuPDF 1.14.0, the svg_run_image function in svg/svg-run.c allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (href_att NULL pointer dereference and application crash) via a crafted svg file, as demonstrated by mupdf-gl.
In Artifex MuPDF 1.14.0, svg/svg-run.c allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (recursive calls followed by a fitz/xml.c fz_xml_att crash from excessive stack consumption) via a crafted svg file, as demonstrated by mupdf-gl.
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