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Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2015 13:09:17 -0800
From: Tavis Ormandy <>
To: Jean-Baptiste Kempf <>
Cc:, Kurt Seifried <>, 
	Assign a CVE Identifier <>
Subject: Re: Re: [videolan] older issues in libbluray

On Tue, Feb 24, 2015 at 1:03 PM, Jean-Baptiste Kempf <> wrote:
> On 24 Feb, Tavis Ormandy wrote :
>> 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?
> I don't see the JSM mentioned in the bugreport.

I didn't get the bug report, I was referring to the subject Florian
pasted, "missing Java Security Manager sandbox in the BD-J
implementation". If you run untrusted java, you would normally use a
JSM, if you don't use one that does sound like a bug to me.

Sigh, embargoes.


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