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Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2016 19:15:59 -0500
From: <cve-assign@...re.org>
To: <ago@...too.org>
CC: <cve-assign@...re.org>, <oss-security@...ts.openwall.com>
Subject: Re: jasper: signed integer overflow in jas_image.c

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> https://blogs.gentoo.org/ago/2016/11/19/jasper-signed-integer-overflow-in-jas_image-c

> the commit which fixes the issue is not a fix itself for the
> signed integer overflow, but changed a bit how, in jasper, the things work.

> jasper-1.900.17/src/libjasper/base/jas_image.c:162:49:
> runtime error: signed integer overflow: 8543608947741818625 * 15 cannot be
> represented in type 'long'

> https://github.com/mdadams/jasper/commit/d42b2388f7f8e0332c846675133acea151fc557a

Use CVE-2016-9557 for the issues addressed by these
d42b2388f7f8e0332c846675133acea151fc557a changes:

  Some problematic types like uchar, ulong, and friends have been replaced
  with names with a jas_ prefix.
  ...
  An option max_samples has been added to the BMP and JPEG decoders to
  restrict the maximum size of image that they can decode.  This change
  was made as a (possibly temporary) fix to address security concerns.
  ...
  Some new integer overflow checks were added.
  ...
  Some new safe integer add/multiply functions were added.

(max_samples has a default of 64 Mb or 128 Mb in different parts of
the code.)

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