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SUSE: CVE-2014-2497: SUSE Linux Security Advisory

Severity
4
CVSS
(AV:N/AC:M/Au:N/C:N/I:N/A:P)
Published
03/21/2014
Created
07/25/2018
Added
12/18/2015
Modified
06/19/2021

Description

The gdImageCreateFromXpm function in gdxpm.c in libgd, as used in PHP 5.4.26 and earlier, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (NULL pointer dereference and application crash) via a crafted color table in an XPM file.

Solution(s)

  • suse-upgrade-apache2-mod_php5
  • suse-upgrade-apache2-mod_php53
  • suse-upgrade-apache2-mod_php7
  • suse-upgrade-gd
  • suse-upgrade-gd-32bit
  • suse-upgrade-gd-devel
  • suse-upgrade-libgd3
  • suse-upgrade-php5
  • suse-upgrade-php5-bcmath
  • suse-upgrade-php5-bz2
  • suse-upgrade-php5-calendar
  • suse-upgrade-php5-ctype
  • suse-upgrade-php5-curl
  • suse-upgrade-php5-dba
  • suse-upgrade-php5-dbase
  • suse-upgrade-php5-devel
  • suse-upgrade-php5-dom
  • suse-upgrade-php5-exif
  • suse-upgrade-php5-fastcgi
  • suse-upgrade-php5-ftp
  • suse-upgrade-php5-gd
  • suse-upgrade-php5-gettext
  • suse-upgrade-php5-gmp
  • suse-upgrade-php5-hash
  • suse-upgrade-php5-iconv
  • suse-upgrade-php5-json
  • suse-upgrade-php5-ldap
  • suse-upgrade-php5-mbstring
  • suse-upgrade-php5-mcrypt
  • suse-upgrade-php5-mysql
  • suse-upgrade-php5-odbc
  • suse-upgrade-php5-openssl
  • suse-upgrade-php5-pcntl
  • suse-upgrade-php5-pdo
  • suse-upgrade-php5-pear
  • suse-upgrade-php5-pgsql
  • suse-upgrade-php5-pspell
  • suse-upgrade-php5-shmop
  • suse-upgrade-php5-snmp
  • suse-upgrade-php5-soap
  • suse-upgrade-php5-suhosin
  • suse-upgrade-php5-sysvmsg
  • suse-upgrade-php5-sysvsem
  • suse-upgrade-php5-sysvshm
  • suse-upgrade-php5-tokenizer
  • suse-upgrade-php5-wddx
  • suse-upgrade-php5-xmlreader
  • suse-upgrade-php5-xmlrpc
  • suse-upgrade-php5-xmlwriter
  • suse-upgrade-php5-xsl
  • suse-upgrade-php5-zip
  • suse-upgrade-php5-zlib
  • suse-upgrade-php53
  • suse-upgrade-php53-bcmath
  • suse-upgrade-php53-bz2
  • suse-upgrade-php53-calendar
  • suse-upgrade-php53-ctype
  • suse-upgrade-php53-curl
  • suse-upgrade-php53-dba
  • suse-upgrade-php53-devel
  • suse-upgrade-php53-dom
  • suse-upgrade-php53-exif
  • suse-upgrade-php53-fastcgi
  • suse-upgrade-php53-fileinfo
  • suse-upgrade-php53-ftp
  • suse-upgrade-php53-gd
  • suse-upgrade-php53-gettext
  • suse-upgrade-php53-gmp
  • suse-upgrade-php53-iconv
  • suse-upgrade-php53-imap
  • suse-upgrade-php53-intl
  • suse-upgrade-php53-json
  • suse-upgrade-php53-ldap
  • suse-upgrade-php53-mbstring
  • suse-upgrade-php53-mcrypt
  • suse-upgrade-php53-mysql
  • suse-upgrade-php53-odbc
  • suse-upgrade-php53-openssl
  • suse-upgrade-php53-pcntl
  • suse-upgrade-php53-pdo
  • suse-upgrade-php53-pear
  • suse-upgrade-php53-pgsql
  • suse-upgrade-php53-posix
  • suse-upgrade-php53-pspell
  • suse-upgrade-php53-readline
  • suse-upgrade-php53-shmop
  • suse-upgrade-php53-snmp
  • suse-upgrade-php53-soap
  • suse-upgrade-php53-sockets
  • suse-upgrade-php53-sqlite
  • suse-upgrade-php53-suhosin
  • suse-upgrade-php53-sysvmsg
  • suse-upgrade-php53-sysvsem
  • suse-upgrade-php53-sysvshm
  • suse-upgrade-php53-tidy
  • suse-upgrade-php53-tokenizer
  • suse-upgrade-php53-wddx
  • suse-upgrade-php53-xmlreader
  • suse-upgrade-php53-xmlrpc
  • suse-upgrade-php53-xmlwriter
  • suse-upgrade-php53-xsl
  • suse-upgrade-php53-zip
  • suse-upgrade-php53-zlib
  • suse-upgrade-php7
  • suse-upgrade-php7-ctype
  • suse-upgrade-php7-devel
  • suse-upgrade-php7-dom
  • suse-upgrade-php7-iconv
  • suse-upgrade-php7-json
  • suse-upgrade-php7-mysql
  • suse-upgrade-php7-pdo
  • suse-upgrade-php7-pgsql
  • suse-upgrade-php7-sqlite
  • suse-upgrade-php7-tokenizer
  • suse-upgrade-php7-xmlreader
  • suse-upgrade-php7-xmlwriter
  • suse-upgrade-php72-devel

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