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Teeworlds

(Teeworlds)
Repositories https://github.com/teeworlds/teeworlds
#Vulnerabilities 8
Date ID Summary Products Score Patch
2020-04-22 CVE-2020-12066 CServer::SendMsg in engine/server/server.cpp in Teeworlds 0.7.x before 0.7.5 allows remote attackers to shut down the server. Backports_sle, Leap, Teeworlds N/A
2017-02-22 CVE-2016-9400 The CClient::ProcessServerPacket method in engine/client/client.cpp in Teeworlds before 0.6.4 allows remote servers to write to arbitrary physical memory locations and possibly execute arbitrary code via vectors involving snap handling. Fedora, Teeworlds N/A
2020-04-22 CVE-2019-20787 Teeworlds before 0.7.4 has an integer overflow when computing a tilemap size. Leap, Teeworlds N/A
2018-10-20 CVE-2018-18541 In Teeworlds before 0.6.5, connection packets could be forged. There was no challenge-response involved in the connection build up. A remote attacker could send connection packets from a spoofed IP address and occupy all server slots, or even use them for a reflection attack using map download packets. Debian_linux, Teeworlds 7.5
2019-04-05 CVE-2019-10879 In Teeworlds 0.7.2, there is an integer overflow in CDataFileReader::Open() in engine/shared/datafile.cpp that can lead to a buffer overflow and possibly remote code execution, because size-related multiplications are mishandled. Teeworlds 9.8
2019-04-05 CVE-2019-10878 In Teeworlds 0.7.2, there is a failed bounds check in CDataFileReader::GetData() and CDataFileReader::ReplaceData() and related functions in engine/shared/datafile.cpp that can lead to an arbitrary free and out-of-bounds pointer write, possibly resulting in remote code execution. Teeworlds 9.8
2019-04-05 CVE-2019-10877 In Teeworlds 0.7.2, there is an integer overflow in CMap::Load() in engine/shared/map.cpp that can lead to a buffer overflow, because multiplication of width and height is mishandled. Teeworlds 9.8
2014-12-09 CVE-2014-9351 engine/server/server.cpp in Teeworlds 0.6.x before 0.6.3 allows remote attackers to read memory and cause a denial of service (crash) via unspecified vectors. Teeworlds N/A