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VideoLAN VLC media player before 2.1.5 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code or cause a denial of service.
Untrusted search path vulnerability in VideoLAN VLC before 0.9.0 allows local users to execute arbitrary code via a malicious library under the modules/ or plugins/ subdirectories of the current working directory.
Stack-based buffer overflow in the ParseSSA function (modules/demux/subtitle.c) in VLC 0.8.6e allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a long subtitle in an SSA file. NOTE: this issue is due to an incomplete fix for CVE-2007-6681.
VLC before 0.8.6f allow remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) via a crafted Cinepak file that triggers an out-of-bounds array access and memory corruption.
Multiple integer overflows in VLC before 0.8.6f allow remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) via the (1) MP4 demuxer, (2) Real demuxer, and (3) Cinepak codec, which triggers a buffer overflow.
Integer overflow in the MP4_ReadBox_rdrf function in libmp4.c for VLC 0.8.6e allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) and possibly execute arbitrary code via a crafted MP4 RDRF box that triggers a heap-based buffer overflow, a different vulnerability than CVE-2008-0984.
The RTSP module in VideoLAN VLC 0.8.6d allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) via a request without a Transport parameter, which triggers a NULL pointer dereference.
The browser plugin in VideoLAN VLC 0.8.6d allows remote attackers to overwrite arbitrary files via (1) the :demuxdump-file option in a filename in a playlist, or (2) a EXTVLCOPT statement in an MP3 file, possibly an argument injection vulnerability.
Format string vulnerability in the httpd_FileCallBack function (network/httpd.c) in VideoLAN VLC 0.8.6d allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via format string specifiers in the Connection parameter.
Stack-based buffer overflow in modules/demux/subtitle.c in VideoLAN VLC 0.8.6d allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a long subtitle in a (1) MicroDvd, (2) SSA, and (3) Vplayer file.
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