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Debian LTS: DLA-1351-1: qemu security update

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The load_multiboot function in hw/i386/multiboot.c in Quick Emulator (aka QEMU) allows local guest OS users to execute arbitrary code on the QEMU host via a mh_load_end_addr value greater than mh_bss_end_addr, which triggers an out-of-bounds read or write memory

Debian LTS: DLA-1350-1: qemu-kvm security update

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The load_multiboot function in hw/i386/multiboot.c in Quick Emulator (aka QEMU) allows local guest OS users to execute arbitrary code on the QEMU host via a mh_load_end_addr value greater than mh_bss_end_addr, which triggers an out-of-bounds read or write memory

Debian LTS: DLA-1348-1: patch security update

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It was discovered that there was an input validation vulnerability in the patch(1) utility where an ed(1) script embedded in a regular input file could result in arbitrary code execution. This was reported by Rachel Kroll [0] et al.

Debian LTS: DLA-1347-1: tiff3 security update

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A NULL Pointer Dereference was discovered in the TIFFPrintDirectory function (tif_print.c) when using the tiffinfo tool to print crafted TIFF information. This vulnerability could be leveraged by remote attackers to cause a crash of the application.

Debian LTS: DLA-1346-1: tiff security update

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A NULL Pointer Dereference was discovered in the TIFFPrintDirectory function (tif_print.c) when using the tiffinfo tool to print crafted TIFF information. This vulnerability could be leveraged by remote attackers to cause a crash of the application.

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