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Vulnerability Summary for CVE-2010-3429

Original release date: 09/30/2010
Last revised: 10/25/2011
Source: US-CERT/NIST

Overview

flicvideo.c in libavcodec 0.6 and earlier in FFmpeg, as used in MPlayer and other products, allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted flic file, related to an "arbitrary offset dereference vulnerability."

Impact

CVSS Severity (version 2.0):
CVSS v2 Base Score: 6.8 MEDIUM
Impact Subscore: 6.4
Exploitability Subscore: 8.6
CVSS Version 2 Metrics:
Access Vector: Network exploitable - Victim must voluntarily interact with attack mechanism
Access Complexity: Medium
Authentication: Not required to exploit
Impact Type: Allows unauthorized disclosure of information; Allows unauthorized modification; Allows disruption of service

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External Source: VUPEN
Name: ADV-2011-1241
External Source: CONFIRM
Name: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=635775
External Source: VUPEN
Name: ADV-2010-2517
Type: Advisory; Patch Information
External Source: MANDRIVA
Name: MDVSA-2011:114
External Source: DEBIAN
Name: DSA-2165
External Source: MISC
Name: http://www.ocert.org/advisories/ocert-2010-004.html
External Source: CONFIRM
Name: http://git.ffmpeg.org/?p=ffmpeg;a=commit;h=16c592155f117ccd7b86006c45aacc692a81c23b
Type: Patch Information
External Source: MANDRIVA
Name: MDVSA-2011:061
External Source: MANDRIVA
Name: MDVSA-2011:089
External Source: MANDRIVA
Name: MDVSA-2011:060
External Source: MANDRIVA
Name: MDVSA-2011:112
External Source: BUGTRAQ
Name: 20100928 [oCERT-2010-004] FFmpeg/libavcodec arbitrary offset dereference
External Source: MLIST
Name: [oss-security] 20100928 [oCERT-2010-004] FFmpeg/libavcodec arbitrary offset dereference
External Source: MANDRIVA
Name: MDVSA-2011:088
External Source: UBUNTU
Name: USN-1104-1
External Source: MANDRIVA
Name: MDVSA-2011:062
External Source: VUPEN
Name: ADV-2010-2518
Type: Advisory

Vulnerable software and versions

+ Configuration 1
+ AND
+ OR
cpe:/a:ffmpeg:libavcodec
+ OR
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:1.0:rc3 and previous versions
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:1.0:rc2
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:1.0:rc1
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:1.0:pre8
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:1.0:pre7try2
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:1.0:pre7
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:1.0:pre6a
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:1.0:pre6
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:1.0:pre5try2
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:1.0:pre5
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:1.0:pre4
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:1.0:pre3try2
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:1.0:pre3
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:1.0:pre2
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:1.0:pre1
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.93
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.92
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.92.1
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.91
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.90
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.90:rc5
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.90:rc4
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.90:rc3
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.90:rc3-pre3
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.90:rc3-pre2
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.90:rc3-pre1
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.90:rc2
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.90:rc1
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.90:pre10
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.90:pre9
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.90:pre8
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.90:pre7
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.90:pre6
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.90:pre5
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.90:pre4
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.90:pre3
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.90:pre2
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.90:pre1
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.60:pre2
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.60:pre1
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.60
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.50:pre3
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.50:pre2
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.50:pre1
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.50
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.18:pre5
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.18:pre4
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.18:pre3
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.18:pre2
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.18:pre1
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.17a_idegcounter
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.17_idegcounter
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre24
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre23
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre22
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre21
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre20
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre19
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre18
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre17
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre16
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre15
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre14
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre13
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre12
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre11
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre10
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre9
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre8
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre7
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre6
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre5
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre4
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre3
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.11:pre2
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.10:pre7
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.10:pre6
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.10:pre5
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.10:pre4
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.10:pre3
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.10:pre2
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.10:pre1
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.10
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.09:pre3
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.09
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.08
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.07
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.06
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.05
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.02
cpe:/a:mplayerhq:mplayer:0.01
+ Configuration 2
+ AND
+ OR
cpe:/a:ffmpeg:libavcodec
+ OR
cpe:/a:ffmpeg:ffmpeg:0.6 and previous versions
cpe:/a:ffmpeg:ffmpeg:0.5
cpe:/a:ffmpeg:ffmpeg:0.4.9:pre1
cpe:/a:ffmpeg:ffmpeg:0.4.8
cpe:/a:ffmpeg:ffmpeg:0.4.7
cpe:/a:ffmpeg:ffmpeg:0.4.6
cpe:/a:ffmpeg:ffmpeg:0.4.5
cpe:/a:ffmpeg:ffmpeg:0.4.4
cpe:/a:ffmpeg:ffmpeg:0.4.3
cpe:/a:ffmpeg:ffmpeg:0.4.2
cpe:/a:ffmpeg:ffmpeg:0.4.0
cpe:/a:ffmpeg:ffmpeg:0.3.4
cpe:/a:ffmpeg:ffmpeg:0.3.3
cpe:/a:ffmpeg:ffmpeg:0.3.2
cpe:/a:ffmpeg:ffmpeg:0.3.1
cpe:/a:ffmpeg:ffmpeg:0.3

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