In all Qualcomm products with Android releases from CAF using the Linux kernel, in a driver function, a value from userspace is not properly validated potentially leading to an out of bounds heap write.
In all Qualcomm products with Android release from CAF using the Linux kernel, while processing fastboot boot command when verified boot feature is disabled, with length greater than boot image buffer, a buffer overflow can occur.
In all Qualcomm products with Android releases from CAF using the Linux kernel, in the function msm_dba_register_client, if the client registers failed, it would be freed. However the client was not removed from list. Use-after-free would occur when traversing the list next time.
In android for MSM, Firefox OS for MSM, QRD Android, with all Android releases from CAF using the Linux kernel, missing race condition protection while updating msg mask table can lead to buffer over-read. Also access to freed memory can happen while updating msg_mask information.
In all Qualcomm products with Android releases from CAF using the Linux kernel, during the wlan calibration data store and retrieve operation, there are some potential race conditions which lead to a memory leak and a buffer overflow during the context switch.
XnView Classic for Windows Version 2.40 allows user-assisted remote attackers to execute code via a crafted .mov file that is mishandled during the opening of a directory in "Browser" mode, because of a "User Mode Write AV near NULL" in XnView.exe.
dpkg-source in dpkg 1.3.0 through 1.18.23 is able to use a non-GNU patch program and does not offer a protection mechanism for blank-indented diff hunks, which allows remote attackers to conduct directory traversal attacks via a crafted Debian source package, as demonstrated by use of dpkg-source on NetBSD.
** DISPUTED ** The disas_insn function in target/i386/translate.c in QEMU before 2.9.0, when TCG mode without hardware acceleration is used, does not limit the instruction size, which allows local users to gain privileges by creating a modified basic block that injects code into a setuid program, as demonstrated by procmail. NOTE: the vendor has stated "this bug does not violate any security guara ...