A certain ActiveX control in axvlc.dll in VideoLAN VLC 0.8.6 before
0.8.6d allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via crafted
arguments to the (1) addTarget, (2) getVariable, or (3) setVariable
function, resulting from a "bad initialized pointer," aka a "recursive
plugin release vulnerability."
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BUGTRAQ:20071204 CORE-2007-1004: VLC Activex Bad Pointer Initialization Vulnerability
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