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In Live555 0.95, a setup packet can cause a memory leak leading to DoS because, when there are multiple instances of a single field (username, realm, nonce, uri, or response), only the last instance can ever be freed.
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In Live555 before 2019.02.27, malformed headers lead to invalid memory access in the parseAuthorizationHeader function.
In Live555 0.95, there is a buffer overflow via a large integer in a Content-Length HTTP header because handleRequestBytes has an unrestricted memmove.
liblivemedia in Live555 before 2019.02.03 mishandles the termination of an RTSP stream after RTP/RTCP-over-RTSP has been set up, which could lead to a Use-After-Free error that causes the RTSP server to crash (Segmentation fault) or possibly have uns...
A Denial of Service issue was discovered in the LIVE555 Streaming Media libraries as used in Live555 Media Server 0.93. It can cause an RTSPServer crash in handleHTTPCmd_TunnelingPOST, when RTSP-over-HTTP tunneling is supported, via x-sessioncookie H...
An exploitable code execution vulnerability exists in the HTTP packet-parsing functionality of the LIVE555 RTSP server library version 0.92. A specially crafted packet can cause a stack-based buffer overflow, resulting in code execution. An attacker ...
The parseRTSPRequestString function in Live Networks Live555 Streaming Media 2013.11.26, as used in VideoLAN VLC Media Player, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) and possibly execute arbitrary code via a space character at t...
The parseRTSPRequestString function in Live Networks Live555 Streaming Media 2011.08.13 through 2013.11.25, as used in VideoLAN VLC Media Player, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) and possibly execute arbitrary code via a (...
The parseRTSPRequestString function in LIVE555 Media Server 2007.11.01 and earlier allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (daemon crash) via a short RTSP query, which causes a negative number to be used during memory allocation.
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