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Cyrus IMAPd -- FETCH command out of bounds memory corruption


The argument parser of the fetch command suffers a bug very similiar to the partial command problem. Arguments like "body[p", "binary[p" or "binary[p" will be wrongly detected and the bufferposition can point outside of the allocated buffer for the rest of the parsing process. When the parser triggers the PARSE_PARTIAL macro after such a malformed argument was received this can lead to a similiar one byte memory corruption and allows remote code execution, when the heap layout was successfully controlled by the attacker.



portaudit: Cyrus IMAPd -- FETCH command out of bounds memory corruption

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