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Gentoo: bladeenc arbitrary code execution Print E-mail
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Gentoo A wave file will let the attacker to execute all the code he wants on the victim.

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GENTOO LINUX SECURITY ANNOUNCEMENT 200302-04
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PACKAGE : bladeenc
SUMMARY : arbitrary code execution
DATE    : 2003-02-05 12:55 UTC
EXPLOIT : local

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From advisory:

"A wave file let the attacker to execute all the code he want on the
victim"

Read the full advisory at: 
http://www.pivx.com/luigi/adv/blade942-adv.txt

SOLUTION

It is recommended that all Gentoo Linux users who are running
media-sound/bladeenc upgrade to bladeenc-0.94.2-r1 as follows:

emerge sync
emerge -u bladeenc
emerge clean

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aliz@gentoo.org - GnuPG key is available at www.gentoo.org/~aliz
styx@gentoo.org
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