Libnids TCP Packet Reassembly Memory Corruption Vulnerability

A vulnerability has been discovered in Libnids that could result in memory corruption. The problem is said to occur while handling TCP packets of excessive size. As a result of this condition, it is believed that an attacker could potentially execute arbitrary code within the context of a program implementing the use of the Libnids TCP packet reassembly functionality.


 

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