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CVE-2009-3609

Impact: Low
Public: 2009-10-14
Bugzilla: 526893: CVE-2009-3609 xpdf/poppler: ImageStream::ImageStream integer overflow

Details

The MITRE CVE dictionary describes this issue as:

Integer overflow in the ImageStream::ImageStream function in Stream.cc in Xpdf before 3.02pl4 and Poppler before 0.12.1, as used in GPdf, kdegraphics KPDF, and CUPS pdftops, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (application crash) via a crafted PDF document that triggers a NULL pointer dereference or buffer over-read.

Find out more about CVE-2009-3609 from the MITRE CVE dictionary and NIST NVD.

CVSS v2 metrics

Base Score: 2.1
Base Metrics: AV:L/AC:L/Au:N/C:N/I:N/A:P
Access Vector: Local
Access Complexity: Low
Authentication: None
Confidentiality Impact: None
Integrity Impact: None
Availability Impact: Partial

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Red Hat security errata

Platform Errata Release Date
RHEL Desktop Workstation version 5 (kdegraphics) RHSA-2009:1502 October 15, 2009
RHEL Optional Productivity Applications version 5 (kdegraphics) RHSA-2009:1502 October 15, 2009
Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 3 (tetex) RHSA-2010:0401 May 06, 2010
Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 3 (xpdf) RHSA-2009:1500 October 15, 2009
Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 4 (cups) RHSA-2010:0755 October 07, 2010
Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 4 (gpdf) RHSA-2009:1503 October 15, 2009
Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 4 (kdegraphics) RHSA-2009:1512 October 15, 2009
Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 4 (tetex) RHSA-2010:0399 May 06, 2010
Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 4 (xpdf) RHSA-2009:1501 October 15, 2009
Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 5 (cups) RHSA-2009:1513 October 15, 2009
Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 5 (poppler) RHSA-2009:1504 October 15, 2009
Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 5 (tetex) RHSA-2010:0400 May 06, 2010

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