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VLC Media Player Multiple Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities

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Release Date:  2009-09-17    Last Update:  2014-11-17    Views:  13,016

Secunia Advisory SA36762

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Description


Some vulnerabilities have been reported in VLC Media Player, which can be exploited by malicious people to potentially compromise a user's system


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Subject: VLC Media Player Multiple Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities

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Anthony Wells RE: VLC Media Player Multiple Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities
Expert Contributor 15th Jun, 2010 17:36
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@Sid23 ,

As a new poster on the Community Forum , let me advise you that you are posting in a "sub-forum" reserved for technical commentary on a specific Secunia Advisory .

Your comments relate to your specific concerns about your program and it's display by PSI and are not relevant as such to SA 36762 .

If you still require help , I would suggest you repost your questions by "creating" a new thread in either the "Program" or "PSI" sub-forum (see the column on the left hand side of this "Community" webpage).

Take care
Anthony

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