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seti@home remotely exploitable buffer overflow


The seti@home client contains a buffer overflow in the HTTP response handler. A malicious, spoofed seti@home server can exploit this buffer overflow to cause remote code execution on the client. Exploit programs are widely available.



portaudit: seti@home remotely exploitable buffer overflow

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