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Multiple buffer overflows in the Provideo ActiveX controls allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via crafted input fields, as demonstrated by (1) a long strIp argument to the voice method in 2way.dll in the alarm 184.108.40.206 ActiveX control, (2) a network response to AXPlayer.ocx in the GMAXPlayer 220.127.116.11 ActiveX control, the (3) UserName or (4) Password parameter to AXPlayer.ocx in the GMAXPlayer 18.104.22.168 ActiveX control, (5) a long Id parameter to the GetString method in PAxPlayer.ocx in the PAxPlayer 22.214.171.124 ActiveX control, or (6) a long strAdr parameter to the ConnectIPCam method in PAxPlayer.ocx in the PAxPlayer 126.96.36.199 ActiveX control.
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