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Revision:  371710
Date:      2014-10-29
Time:      21:51:17Z
Committer: rakuco

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70c59485-ee5a-11d9-8310-0001020eed82acroread -- buffer overflow vulnerability

An Adobe Security Advisory reports:

A vulnerability within Adobe Reader has been identified. Under certain circumstances, remote exploitation of a buffer overflow in Adobe Reader could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code.

If exploited, it could allow the execution of arbitrary code under the privileges of the local user. Remote exploitation is possible if the malicious PDF document is sent as an email attachment or if the PDF document is accessed via a web link.


Discovery 2005-07-05
Entry 2005-07-06
acroread4
acroread5
ge 0

acroread
lt 7.0.0

gt 5.*,1 lt 7.0.0,1

CVE-2005-1625
http://www.adobe.com/support/techdocs/329083.html
http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=bugtraq&m=112059685332569
70c59485-ee5a-11d9-8310-0001020eed82acroread -- buffer overflow vulnerability

An Adobe Security Advisory reports:

A vulnerability within Adobe Reader has been identified. Under certain circumstances, remote exploitation of a buffer overflow in Adobe Reader could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code.

If exploited, it could allow the execution of arbitrary code under the privileges of the local user. Remote exploitation is possible if the malicious PDF document is sent as an email attachment or if the PDF document is accessed via a web link.


Discovery 2005-07-05
Entry 2005-07-06
acroread4
acroread5
ge 0

acroread
lt 7.0.0

gt 5.*,1 lt 7.0.0,1

CVE-2005-1625
http://www.adobe.com/support/techdocs/329083.html
http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=bugtraq&m=112059685332569
f74dc01b-0e83-11da-bc08-0001020eed82acroread -- plug-in buffer overflow vulnerability

A Adobe Security Advisory reports:

The identified vulnerability is a buffer overflow within a core application plug-in, which is part of Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader. If a malicious file were opened it could trigger a buffer overflow as the file is being loaded into Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader. A buffer overflow can cause the application to crash and increase the risk of malicious code execution.


Discovery 2005-08-16
Entry 2005-08-16
acroread
lt 7.0.1

gt 5.*,1 lt 7.0.1,1

acroread4
acroread5
ge 0

acroread7
lt 7.0.1

CVE-2005-2470
http://www.adobe.com/support/techdocs/321644.html
107692a1-ee6c-11d9-8310-0001020eed82acroread -- insecure temporary file creation

Secunia Research reports:

Secunia has discovered a security issue in Adobe Reader for Linux, which can be exploited by malicious, local users to gain knowledge of sensitive information.

The problem is caused due to temporary files being created with permissions based on a user's umask in the "/tmp" folder under certain circumstances when documents are opened.

Successful exploitation allows an unprivileged user to read arbitrary users' documents.


Discovery 2005-06-29
Entry 2005-07-06
acroread4
acroread5
ge 0

acroread
lt 7.0.0

gt 5.*,1 lt 7.0.0,1

CVE-2005-1912
http://secunia.com/secunia_research/2005-6/advisory/
107692a1-ee6c-11d9-8310-0001020eed82acroread -- insecure temporary file creation

Secunia Research reports:

Secunia has discovered a security issue in Adobe Reader for Linux, which can be exploited by malicious, local users to gain knowledge of sensitive information.

The problem is caused due to temporary files being created with permissions based on a user's umask in the "/tmp" folder under certain circumstances when documents are opened.

Successful exploitation allows an unprivileged user to read arbitrary users' documents.


Discovery 2005-06-29
Entry 2005-07-06
acroread4
acroread5
ge 0

acroread
lt 7.0.0

gt 5.*,1 lt 7.0.0,1

CVE-2005-1912
http://secunia.com/secunia_research/2005-6/advisory/
f74dc01b-0e83-11da-bc08-0001020eed82acroread -- plug-in buffer overflow vulnerability

A Adobe Security Advisory reports:

The identified vulnerability is a buffer overflow within a core application plug-in, which is part of Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader. If a malicious file were opened it could trigger a buffer overflow as the file is being loaded into Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader. A buffer overflow can cause the application to crash and increase the risk of malicious code execution.


Discovery 2005-08-16
Entry 2005-08-16
acroread
lt 7.0.1

gt 5.*,1 lt 7.0.1,1

acroread4
acroread5
ge 0

acroread7
lt 7.0.1

CVE-2005-2470
http://www.adobe.com/support/techdocs/321644.html