cpe:2.3:a:gstreamer_project:gstreamer:0.10.14:*:*:*:*:*:*:*
DOS / potential heap overwrite in qtdemux using zlib decompression. Integer overflow in qtdemux element in qtdemux_inflate function which causes a segfault, or could cause a heap overwrite, depending on libc and OS. Depending on the libc used, and the underlying OS capabilities, it could be just a segfault or a heap overwrite.
Max CVSS
7.8
EPSS Score
0.07%
Published
2022-07-19
Updated
2022-10-07
DOS / potential heap overwrite in mkv demuxing using HEADERSTRIP decompression. Integer overflow in matroskaparse element in gst_matroska_decompress_data function which causes a heap overflow. Due to restrictions on chunk sizes in the matroskademux element, the overflow can't be triggered, however the matroskaparse element has no size checks.
Max CVSS
7.8
EPSS Score
0.07%
Published
2022-07-19
Updated
2023-06-27
DOS / potential heap overwrite in mkv demuxing using lzo decompression. Integer overflow in matroskademux element in lzo decompression function which causes a segfault, or could cause a heap overwrite, depending on libc and OS. Depending on the libc used, and the underlying OS capabilities, it could be just a segfault or a heap overwrite. If the libc uses mmap for large chunks, and the OS supports mmap, then it is just a segfault (because the realloc before the integer overflow will use mremap to reduce the size of the chunk, and it will start to write to unmapped memory). However, if using a libc implementation that does not use mmap, or if the OS does not support mmap while using libc, then this could result in a heap overwrite.
Max CVSS
7.8
EPSS Score
0.07%
Published
2022-07-19
Updated
2023-06-27
DOS / potential heap overwrite in mkv demuxing using bzip decompression. Integer overflow in matroskademux element in bzip decompression function which causes a segfault, or could cause a heap overwrite, depending on libc and OS. Depending on the libc used, and the underlying OS capabilities, it could be just a segfault or a heap overwrite. If the libc uses mmap for large chunks, and the OS supports mmap, then it is just a segfault (because the realloc before the integer overflow will use mremap to reduce the size of the chunk, and it will start to write to unmapped memory). However, if using a libc implementation that does not use mmap, or if the OS does not support mmap while using libc, then this could result in a heap overwrite.
Max CVSS
7.8
EPSS Score
0.07%
Published
2022-07-19
Updated
2023-06-27
DOS / potential heap overwrite in mkv demuxing using zlib decompression. Integer overflow in matroskademux element in gst_matroska_decompress_data function which causes a segfault, or could cause a heap overwrite, depending on libc and OS. Depending on the libc used, and the underlying OS capabilities, it could be just a segfault or a heap overwrite. If the libc uses mmap for large chunks, and the OS supports mmap, then it is just a segfault (because the realloc before the integer overflow will use mremap to reduce the size of the chunk, and it will start to write to unmapped memory). However, if using a libc implementation that does not use mmap, or if the OS does not support mmap while using libc, then this could result in a heap overwrite.
Max CVSS
7.8
EPSS Score
0.07%
Published
2022-07-19
Updated
2023-06-27
Integer overflow in avidemux element in gst_avi_demux_invert function which allows a heap overwrite while parsing avi files. Potential for arbitrary code execution through heap overwrite.
Max CVSS
7.8
EPSS Score
0.08%
Published
2022-07-19
Updated
2022-11-07
Integer overflow in matroskademux element in gst_matroska_demux_add_wvpk_header function which allows a heap overwrite while parsing matroska files. Potential for arbitrary code execution through heap overwrite.
Max CVSS
7.8
EPSS Score
0.08%
Published
2022-07-19
Updated
2022-10-07
7 vulnerabilities found
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