Product:

Streaming_media

(Live555)
Repositories

Unknown:

This might be proprietary software.

#Vulnerabilities 7
Date ID Summary Products Score Patch
2014-01-23 CVE-2013-6934 The parseRTSPRequestString function in Live Networks Live555 Streaming Media 2013.11.26, as used in VideoLAN VLC Media Player, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) and possibly execute arbitrary code via a space character at the beginning of an RTSP message, which triggers an integer underflow, infinite loop, and buffer overflow. NOTE: this vulnerability exists because of an incomplete fix for CVE-2013-6933. Streaming_media, Vlc_media_player N/A
2014-01-23 CVE-2013-6933 The parseRTSPRequestString function in Live Networks Live555 Streaming Media 2011.08.13 through 2013.11.25, as used in VideoLAN VLC Media Player, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) and possibly execute arbitrary code via a (1) space or (2) tab character at the beginning of an RTSP message, which triggers an integer underflow, infinite loop, and buffer overflow. Streaming_media N/A
2019-08-20 CVE-2019-15232 Live555 before 2019.08.16 has a Use-After-Free because GenericMediaServer::createNewClientSessionWithId can generate the same client session ID in succession, which is mishandled by the MPEG1or2 and Matroska file demultiplexors. Streaming_media 9.8
2019-02-28 CVE-2019-9215 In Live555 before 2019.02.27, malformed headers lead to invalid memory access in the parseAuthorizationHeader function. Streaming_media 9.8
2019-02-11 CVE-2019-7733 In Live555 0.95, there is a buffer overflow via a large integer in a Content-Length HTTP header because handleRequestBytes has an unrestricted memmove. Streaming_media 7.5
2019-02-11 CVE-2019-7732 In Live555 0.95, a setup packet can cause a memory leak leading to DoS because, when there are multiple instances of a single field (username, realm, nonce, uri, or response), only the last instance can ever be freed. Streaming_media 7.5
2019-02-04 CVE-2019-7314 liblivemedia in Live555 before 2019.02.03 mishandles the termination of an RTSP stream after RTP/RTCP-over-RTSP has been set up, which could lead to a Use-After-Free error that causes the RTSP server to crash (Segmentation fault) or possibly have unspecified other impact. Debian_linux, Streaming_media 9.8