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PHP Substr_Replace Memory Corruption
The PHP Group
PHP 5.3.6 and earlier.
PHP contains a use-after-free vulnerability in the substr_replace function. Successful exploitation could allow attackers to cause denial of service conditions and potentially execute arbitrary code.
Server-Side Arbitrary Remote Code Execution
This server-side vulnerability could allow an attacker to gain the ability to remotely execute arbitrary code with the same privileges as the affected service.
No mitigation has been provided.
BeyondTrust's Retina® Network Security Scanner scans devices to detect for this vulnerability.
15107 - PHP Multiple Vulnerabilities (20110823)
3.21.2011 - Public information released
11.3.2011 - Updated released
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