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In Weidmueller Industrial WLAN devices in multiple versions an exploitable denial-of-service vulnerability exists in ServiceAgent functionality. A specially crafted packet can cause an integer underflow, triggering a large memcpy that will access unmapped or out-of-bounds memory. An attacker can send this packet while unauthenticated to trigger this vulnerability.
An integer overflow leading to a heap-buffer overflow was found in the DwaCompressor of OpenEXR in versions before 3.0.1. An attacker could use this flaw to crash an application compiled with OpenEXR. This is a different flaw from CVE-2021-23215.
An integer overflow leading to a heap-buffer overflow was found in OpenEXR in versions before 3.0.1. An attacker could use this flaw to crash an application compiled with OpenEXR.
Improper validation of the ChassisID TLV in userdisk/vport_lldpd in Moxa Camera VPort 06EC-2V Series, version 1.1, allows attackers to cause a denial of service due to a negative number passed to the memcpy function via a crafted lldp packet.
An integer underflow was discovered in userdisk/vport_lldpd in Moxa Camera VPort 06EC-2V Series, version 1.1, improper validation of the PortID TLV leads to Denial of Service via a crafted lldp packet.
A flaw was found in xorg-x11-server in versions before 1.20.11. An integer underflow can occur in xserver which can lead to a local privilege escalation. The highest threat from this vulnerability is to data confidentiality and integrity as well as system availability.
The Fatek Automation WinProladder Versions 3.3 and prior are vulnerable to an integer underflow, which may cause an out-of-bounds write and allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code.
An issue was discovered in Contiki through 3.0. When sending an ICMPv6 error message because of invalid extension header options in an incoming IPv6 packet, there is an attempt to remove the RPL extension headers. Because the packet length and the extension header length are unchecked (with respect to the available data) at this stage, and these variables are susceptible to integer underflow, it is possible to construct an invalid extension header that will cause memory corruption issues and lead to a Denial-of-Service condition. This is related to rpl-ext-header.c.
An issue was discovered in the bam crate before 0.1.3 for Rust. There is an integer underflow and out-of-bounds write during the loading of a bgzip block.
An integer underflow has been found in the latest version of ZCFees. The variables 'currPeriodIdx' and 'lastPeriodExecIdx' are both unsigned integers, and the result of the minus operation may be a negative integer which leads to an underflow. The attackers can modify the current timestamp of the transaction somehow and block the execution of the process function.
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