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Vulnerability Summary for CVE-2005-2976

Original release date: 11/18/2005
Last revised: 10/12/2011


Integer overflow in io-xpm.c in gdk-pixbuf 0.22.0 in GTK+ before 2.8.7 allows attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) or execute arbitrary code via an XPM file with large height, width, and colour values, a different vulnerability than CVE-2005-3186.


CVSS Severity (version 2.0):
CVSS v2 Base Score: 7.5 (HIGH) (AV:N/AC:L/Au:N/C:P/I:P/A:P) (legend)
Impact Subscore: 6.4
Exploitability Subscore: 10.0
CVSS Version 2 Metrics:
Access Vector: Network exploitable
Access Complexity: Low
Authentication: Not required to exploit
Impact Type: Allows unauthorized disclosure of information; Allows unauthorized modification; Allows disruption of service

Vendor Statements (disclaimer)

Official Statement from Red Hat (03/14/2007)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 is not vulnerable to this issue as it contains a backported patch.

References to Advisories, Solutions, and Tools

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External Source: MANDRIVA
Name: MDKSA-2005:214
External Source: REDHAT
Name: RHSA-2005:810
Type: Advisory; Patch Information
External Source: BID
Name: 15428
External Source: DEBIAN
Name: DSA-913
External Source: SUSE
Name: SUSE-SA:2005:065
External Source: CONFIRM
Name: http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/security/ASA-2005-229.pdf
External Source: GENTOO
Name: GLSA-200511-14
External Source: UBUNTU
Name: USN-216-1
External Source: DEBIAN
Name: DSA-911
External Source: FEDORA
Name: FLSA:173274
External Source: SECTRACK
Name: 1015216
External Source: OVAL
Name: oval:org.mitre.oval:def:11370
External Source: VUPEN
Name: ADV-2005-2433
Type: Advisory

References to Check Content

Identifier: oval:org.mitre.oval:def:11370
Check System: http://oval.mitre.org/XMLSchema/oval-definitions-5

Vulnerable software and versions

+ Configuration 1
+ OR
* cpe:/a:gnome:gdkpixbuf:0.22
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:1.3.10
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:1.3.12
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:1.3.14
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:1.3.11
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:1.2.0
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:1.2.1
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:1.2.2
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:1.2.3
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:1.3.9
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:1.3.13
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:1.3.15
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:1.2.5
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:1.2.4
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:1.2.7
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:1.2.6
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:1.2.10
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:1.2.9
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:1.1.15
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:1.1.12
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:1.2.8
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.1.0
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.1.1
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.1.2
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.1.3
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.1.4
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.1.5
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.2.2
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.2.0
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.2.3
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.2.4
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.2.1
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.3.5
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.3.4
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.3.3
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.3.2
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.3.6
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.3.1
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.3.0
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.4.3
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.4.4
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.4.1
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.4.2
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.4.7
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.4.8
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.4.5
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.4.6
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.4.12
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.4.11
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.4.10
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.4.9
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.4.14
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.4.13
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.4.0
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.5.1
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.5.2
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.5.0
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.5.5
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.5.6
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.5.3
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.5.4
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.6.7
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.6.6
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.6.9
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.6.8
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.6.3
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.6.2
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.6.5
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.6.4
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.6.1
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.6.0
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.6.10
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.7.5
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.7.4
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.7.1
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.7.0
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.7.3
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.7.2
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.8.0
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.8.1
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.8.2
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.8.3
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.8.4
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.8.5
* cpe:/a:gtk:gtk%2b:2.8.6 and previous versions

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