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In the macho_parse_file functionality in macho/macho.c of YARA 3.11.0, command_size may be inconsistent with the real size. A specially crafted MachO file can cause an out-of-bounds memory access, resulting in Denial of Service (application crash) or potential code execution.
An exploitable denial of service vulnerability exists in the object lookup functionality of Yara 3.8.1. A specially crafted binary file can cause a negative value to be read to satisfy an assert, resulting in Denial of Service. An attacker can create a malicious binary to trigger this vulnerability.
In YARA 3.8.1, bytecode in a specially crafted compiled rule is exposed to information about its environment, in libyara/exec.c. This is a consequence of the design of the YARA virtual machine.
In YARA 3.8.1, bytecode in a specially crafted compiled rule can read data from any arbitrary address in memory, in libyara/exec.c. Specifically, OP_COUNT can read a DWORD.
In YARA 3.8.1, bytecode in a specially crafted compiled rule can read uninitialized data from VM scratch memory in libyara/exec.c. This can allow attackers to discover addresses in the real stack (not the YARA virtual stack).
In YARA 3.7.1 and prior, parsing a specially crafted compiled rule file can cause an out of bounds write vulnerability in yr_execute_code in libyara/exec.c.
In YARA 3.7.1 and prior, parsing a specially crafted compiled rule file can cause an out of bounds read vulnerability in yr_execute_code in libyara/exec.c.
Heap buffer overflow in the yr_object_array_set_item() function in object.c in YARA 3.x allows a denial-of-service attack by scanning a crafted .NET file.
The yr_arena_write_data function in YARA 3.6.1 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (buffer over-read and application crash) or obtain sensitive information from process memory via a crafted file that is mishandled in the yr_re_fast_exec function in libyara/re.c and the _yr_scan_match_callback function in libyara/scan.c.
libyara/re.c in the regexp module in YARA 3.5.0 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (stack consumption) via a crafted rule (involving hex strings) that is mishandled in the _yr_re_emit function, a different vulnerability than CVE-2017-9304.
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