|Date: (C)2007-01-24 (M)2017-08-01|| |
Stack-based buffer overflow in the NCTAudioFile2.AudioFile ActiveX control (NCTAudioFile2.dll), as used by multiple products, allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a long argument to the SetFormatLikeSample function. NOTE: the products include (1) NCTsoft NCTAudioStudio, NCTAudioEditor, and NCTDialogicVoice; (2) Magic Audio Recorder, Music Editor, and Audio Converter; (3) Aurora Media Workshop; DB Audio Mixer And Editor; (4) J. Hepple Products including Fx Audio Editor and others; (5) EXPStudio Audio Editor; (6) iMesh; (7) Quikscribe; (8) RMBSoft AudioConvert and SoundEdit Pro 2.1; (9) CDBurnerXP; (10) Code-it Software Wave MP3 Editor and aBasic Editor; (11) Movavi VideoMessage, DVD to iPod, and others; (12) SoftDiv Software Dexster, iVideoMAX, and others; (13) Sienzo Digital Music Mentor (DMM); (14) MP3 Normalizer; (15) Roemer Software FREE and Easy Hi-Q Recorder, and Easy Hi-Q Converter; (16) Audio Edit Magic; (17) Joshua Video and Audio Converter; (18) Virtual CD; (19) Cheetah CD and DVD Burner; (20) Mystik Media AudioEdit Deluxe, Blaze Media, and others; (21) Power Audio Editor; (22) DanDans Digital Media Full Audio Converter, Music Editing Master, and others; (23) Xrlly Software Text to Speech Makerand Arial Sound Recorder / Audio Converter; (24) Absolute Sound Recorder, Video to Audio Converter, and MP3 Splitter; (25) Easy Ringtone Maker; (26) RecordNRip; (27) McFunSoft iPod Audio Studio, Audio Recorder for Free, and others; (28) MP3 WAV Converter; (29) BearShare 188.8.131.52789; and (30) Oracle Siebel SimBuilder and CRM 7.x.
|CVSS Score: 9.3||Access Vector: NETWORK|
|Exploit Score: 8.6||Access Complexity: MEDIUM|
|Impact Score: 10.0||Authentication: NONE|
| ||Confidentiality: COMPLETE|
| ||Integrity: COMPLETE|
| ||Availability: COMPLETE|