CWE
119 787
Advisory Published
Updated

CVE-2020-21606: Buffer Overflow

First published: Thu Sep 16 2021(Updated: )

libde265 v1.0.4 contains a heap buffer overflow fault in the put_epel_16_fallback function, which can be exploited via a crafted a file.

Credit: cve@mitre.org cve@mitre.org

Affected SoftwareAffected VersionHow to fix
Struktur Libde265=1.0.4
ubuntu/libde265<1.0.4-1ubuntu0.1
1.0.4-1ubuntu0.1
debian/libde265<=1.0.3-1
1.0.11-0+deb10u6
1.0.11-0+deb11u3
1.0.11-0+deb11u1
1.0.11-1+deb12u2
1.0.15-1

Never miss a vulnerability like this again

Sign up to SecAlerts for real-time vulnerability data matched to your software, aggregated from hundreds of sources.

Parent vulnerabilities

(Appears in the following advisories)

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is CVE-2020-21606?

    CVE-2020-21606 is a heap buffer overflow vulnerability in the libde265 v1.0.4 library.

  • How can CVE-2020-21606 be exploited?

    CVE-2020-21606 can be exploited by using a crafted file.

  • What is the severity of CVE-2020-21606?

    CVE-2020-21606 has a severity value of 6.5 which is considered medium.

  • What is the affected software by CVE-2020-21606?

    The affected software by CVE-2020-21606 includes libde265 v1.0.4 and certain versions of the libde265 package on Debian.

  • How to fix CVE-2020-21606?

    To fix CVE-2020-21606, update to one of the remediated versions of the libde265 package provided by Debian.

Contact

SecAlerts Pty Ltd.
132 Wickham Terrace
Fortitude Valley,
QLD 4006, Australia
info@secalerts.co
By using SecAlerts services, you agree to our services end-user license agreement. This website is safeguarded by reCAPTCHA and governed by the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. All names, logos, and brands of products are owned by their respective owners, and any usage of these names, logos, and brands for identification purposes only does not imply endorsement. If you possess any content that requires removal, please get in touch with us.
© 2024 SecAlerts Pty Ltd.
ABN: 70 645 966 203, ACN: 645 966 203