23.Tablet Connections

Multiple severe security issues were discovered in the GPAC multimedia framework, including a heap-based Buffer Overflow in the GitHub repository gpac/gpac before V2.1.0-DEV (CVE-2023-0760) and a NULL Pointer Dereference in the GitHub repository gpac/gpac before 2.2.2 (CVE-2023-3012). These vulnerabilities have received a National Vulnerability Database base score of 7.8 out of 10 (“High” severity).

These bugs could result in denial of service (DoS) or the execution of arbitrary code. 

A GPAC security update has been released that addresses these flaws. We strongly recommend that all impacted users apply the GPAC updates issued by their distro(s) as soon as possible to protect the security and availability of their systems.

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