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iTunes 7.3.x - Heap overflow in album cover parsing



iTunes 7.3.x - Heap overflow in album cover parsing
iTunes 7.3.x - Heap overflow in album cover parsing



iSEC Partners Security Advisory - 2007-005-itunes
https://www.isecpartners.com 
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iTunes 7.3.x - Heap overflow in album cover parsing

Vendor: Apple, Inc.
Vendor URL: http://www.apple.com 
Versions affected: Confirmed in iTunes 7.3.2
Systems Affected: Confirmed on OS X 10.4.10 PPC, Windows XP x86
Severity: High (potential code execution)
Author: David Thiel 

Vendor notified: 2007-07-29
Public release: 2007-09-05
Advisory URL: https://www.isecpartners.com/advisories/2007-005-itunes.txt 
Vendor Advisory URL: http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=306404 

Summary:
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A vulnerability exists in iTunes where an attacker can cause a denial
of service or code execution via maliciously crafted album cover art
embedded in a media file.

Details:
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iTunes 7.3.2 and earlier are vulnerable to a heap overflow when parsing
the 'covr' atom of an MP4/AAC file. This atom is normally used for the
storage of album cover art.

Fix Information:
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This issue is fixed in iTunes 7.4, available via Software Update or 
download at http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/. 

Thanks to:
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The Apple product security team for a timely response to this issue.

About iSEC Partners:
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iSEC Partners is a full-service security consulting firm that provides
penetration testing, secure systems development, security education
and software design verification, with offices in San Francisco,
Seattle, Ewa Beach and Los Angeles.

https://www.isecpartners.com 
info@isecpartners.com 

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