Last updated: Tue Dec 10 19:57:30 EST 2013
CVE Publication rate: 16.33
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Vulnerability Workload Index: 6.55
Format string vulnerability in Armed Assault (aka ArmA) 1.14 and earlier, and 1.16 beta, and Armed Assault II 1.02 and earlier allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) and possibly execute arbitrary code via format string specifiers in the (1) nickname and (2) datafile fields in a join request, which is not properly handled when logging an error message.
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|* cpe:/a:bistudio:arma:1.16_beta and previous versions|
|* cpe:/a:bistudio:arma_2:1.02 and previous versions|