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Metasploit Modules Related To Videolan Vlc Media Player 0.4.5

CVE-2010-3275  VLC AMV Dangling Pointer Vulnerability
This module exploits VLC media player when handling a .AMV file. By flipping the 0x41st byte in the file format (video width/height), VLC crashes due to an invalid pointer, which allows remote attackers to gain arbitrary code execution. The vulnerable packages include: VLC 1.1.4, VLC 1.1.5, VLC 1.1.6, VLC 1.1.7. Also, please note that IE 8 targets require Java support in order to run properly.
Module type : exploit Rank : good Platforms : Windows
CVE-2011-531  VideoLAN VLC MKV Memory Corruption
This module exploits an input validation error in VideoLAN VLC < 1.1.7. By creating a malicious MKV or WebM file, a remote attacker could execute arbitrary code. NOTE: As of July 1st, 2010, VLC now calls SetProcessDEPPoly to permanently enable NX support on machines that support it.
Module type : exploit Rank : good Platforms : Windows
CVE-2012-1775  VLC MMS Stream Handling Buffer Overflow
This module exploits a buffer overflow in VLC media player VLC media player prior to 2.0.0. The vulnerability is due to a dangerous use of sprintf which can result in a stack buffer overflow when handling a malicious MMS URI. This module uses the browser as attack vector. A specially crafted MMS URI is used to trigger the overflow and get flow control through SEH overwrite. Control is transferred to code located in the heap through a standard heap spray. The module only targets IE6 and IE7 because no DEP/ASLR bypass has been provided.
Module type : exploit Rank : normal Platforms : Windows

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