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ALLPlayer Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
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ALLPlayer 5.6.2 and possibly earlier versions
ALLPlayer 5.6.2 and possibly earlier versions contain a stack-based buffer overflow, caused by a boundary error when parsing M3U playlists. If successfuly exploited, this vulnerability could grant a remote attacker arbitrary code execution.
Remote Code Execution
A remote attacker may convince a target user to open a maliciously crafted M3U playlist. Once opened, the vulnerability will be exploited to give a remote attacker arbitrary code execution, within the context of the currently logged on user, on the target system.
Do not open untrusted M3U files.
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31470 - ALLPlayer Buffer Overflow Vulnerability (20131114) (Zero-Day)
31471 - ALLPlayer Buffer Overflow Vulnerability (20131114) (Zero-Day) - x64
2013-9-10 - Publicly disclosed.
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