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In Jp2Image::readMetadata() in jp2image.cpp in Exiv2 0.27.2, an input file can result in an infinite loop and hang, with high CPU consumption. Remote attackers could leverage this vulnerability to cause a denial of service via a crafted file.
Exiv2 0.27.2 allows attackers to trigger a crash in Exiv2::getULong in types.cpp when called from Exiv2::Internal::CiffDirectory::readDirectory in crwimage_int.cpp, because there is no validation of the relationship of the total size to the offset and size.
In Exiv2 before v0.27.2, there is an integer overflow vulnerability in the WebPImage::getHeaderOffset function in webpimage.cpp. It can lead to a buffer overflow vulnerability and a crash.
In Exiv2 0.27.99.0, there is an out-of-bounds read in Exiv2::MrwImage::readMetadata() in mrwimage.cpp. It could result in denial of service.
Exiv2::PngImage::readMetadata() in pngimage.cpp in Exiv2 0.27.99.0 allows attackers to cause a denial of service (heap-based buffer over-read) via a crafted image file.
Exiv2 0.27.99.0 has a heap-based buffer over-read in Exiv2::RafImage::readMetadata() in rafimage.cpp.
There is an out-of-bounds read in Exiv2::MrwImage::readMetadata in mrwimage.cpp in Exiv2 through 0.27.2.
http.c in Exiv2 through 0.27.1 allows a malicious http server to cause a denial of service (crash due to a NULL pointer dereference) by returning a crafted response that lacks a space character.
Exiv2 through 0.27.1 allows an attacker to cause a denial of service (crash due to assertion failure) via an invalid data location in a CRW image file.
A PngChunk::parseChunkContent uncontrolled memory allocation in Exiv2 through 0.27.1 allows an attacker to cause a denial of service (crash due to an std::bad_alloc exception) via a crafted PNG image file.
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