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2006-05-18
 
CVE-2006-2458

CWE-Other
 

 
Multiple heap-based buffer overflows in Libextractor 0.5.13 and earlier allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via (1) the asf_read_header function in the ASF plugin (plugins/asfextractor.c), and (2) the parse_trak_atom function in the QT plugin (plugins/qtextractor.c).

 
2006-03-15
 
CVE-2006-1244

CWE-Other
 

 
Unspecified vulnerability in certain versions of xpdf after 3.00, as used in various products including (a) pdfkit.framework, (b) gpdf, (c) pdftohtml, and (d) libextractor, has unknown impact and user-assisted attack vectors, possibly involving errors in (1) gmem.c, (2) SplashXPathScanner.cc, (3) JBIG2Stream.cc, (4) JPXStream.cc, and/or (5) Stream.cc. NOTE: this description is based on Debian advisory DSA 979, which is based on changes that were made after other vulnerabilities such as CVE-2006-0301 and CVE-2005-3624 through CVE-2005-3628 were fixed. Some of these newer fixes appear to be security-relevant, although it is not clear if they fix specific issues or are defensive in nature.

 
2005-12-31
 
CVE-2005-3626

CWE-399
 

 
Xpdf, as used in products such as gpdf, kpdf, pdftohtml, poppler, teTeX, CUPS, libextractor, and others, allows attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) via a crafted FlateDecode stream that triggers a null dereference.

 
 
CVE-2005-3625

CWE-399
 

 
Xpdf, as used in products such as gpdf, kpdf, pdftohtml, poppler, teTeX, CUPS, libextractor, and others, allows attackers to cause a denial of service (infinite loop) via streams that end prematurely, as demonstrated using the (1) CCITTFaxDecode and (2) DCTDecode streams, aka "Infinite CPU spins."

 
 
CVE-2005-3624

CWE-189
 

 
The CCITTFaxStream::CCITTFaxStream function in Stream.cc for xpdf, gpdf, kpdf, pdftohtml, poppler, teTeX, CUPS, libextractor, and others allows attackers to corrupt the heap via negative or large integers in a CCITTFaxDecode stream, which lead to integer overflows and integer underflows.

 


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