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Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2015 12:35:07 -0800
From: Tavis Ormandy <>
Cc: Kurt Seifried <>, Assign a CVE Identifier <>,
Subject: Re: Re: [videolan] older issues in libbluray

On Mon, Feb 23, 2015 at 7:47 AM, Jean-Baptiste Kempf <> wrote:
> On 23 Feb, Kurt Seifried wrote :
> > Again my apologies for this mess. The good news is that all our current
> > embargoed flaws (none against VLC currently =) are being actively
> > handled (e.g. worked on in a current time frame) and moving forwards we
> > should hopefully be able to avoid issues like this.
> One libbluray issue was already fixed.
> The second one is not really fixable, since BD-J is actually executing
> java code from the outside.

Forgive my unfamiliarity with BluRay, but based on what you just said,
it seems like the solution is what was described in the report: just
use a JSM?

> > Also one request (not just specific to VLC, but everyone with a
> > project): please have a security@ email address for your project or a
> > security web page that makes it obvious how to contact and report things
> We have a security email.
> With my kindest regards,
> --
> Jean-Baptiste Kempf
> - +33 672 704 734
> Sent from my Electronic Device

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