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win32-codecs -- multiple vulnerabilities


The Apple Security Team reports that there are multiple vulnerabilities within QuickTime (one of the plugins for win32-codecs). A remote attacker capable of creating a malicious SGI image, FlashPix, FLC movie, or a QuickTime movie can possibly lead to execution of arbitrary code or cause a Denial of Service (application crash).

Users who have QuickTime (/win32-codecs) as a browser plugin may be vulnerable to remote code execution by visiting a website containing a malicious SGI image, FlashPix, FLC movie or a QuickTime movie.



portaudit: win32-codecs -- multiple vulnerabilities

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Oliver Eikemeier <>