Last updated: Wed Mar 12 17:24:36 EDT 2014
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Vulnerability Workload Index: 7.57
Integer overflow in the ordered_malloc function in boost/pool/pool.hpp in Boost Pool before 3.9 makes it easier for context-dependent attackers to perform memory-related attacks such as buffer overflows via a large memory chunk size value, which causes less memory to be allocated than expected.
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