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HiFi Software Products NCTAudioFile2 ActiveX Control Buffer Overflow

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Description


A vulnerability has been discovered in various HiFi products, which can be exploited by malicious people to compromise a user's system.

For more information:
SA23475

The vulnerability is confirmed in the following versions:
* HiFi WMA Recorder Joiner 2.00
* HiFi WMA Splitter Joiner 3.00
* HiFi MP3 Recorder Joiner 2.00
* HiFi WAV Splitter Joiner 3.00
* HiFi OGG Splitter Joiner 3.00
* RM Audio Converter 2.70
* RM MP3 Converter 2.70
* RM WMA Converter 2.70
* RM WAV Converter 2.70
* RM OGG Converter 2.70
* MP3 Audio Splitter Joiner 3.00
* MP3 Audio Recorder Joiner 2.11
* CD To MP3 RM Ripper 1.70
* MP3 WMA Cutter 2.00
* Video To Audio Cutter 2.00


Solution:
Set the kill-bit for the affected ActiveX control.

Deep Links:
Links available to Secunia VIM customers

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