Multiple buffer overflows in Tomahawk SteelArrow before 4.5 allow
remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via (1) the Steelarrow
Service (Steelarrow.exe) using a long UserIdent Cookie header, (2)
DLLHOST.EXE (Steelarrow.dll) via a request for a long .aro file, or
(3) DLLHOST.EXE via a Chunked Transfer-Encoding request.
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BUGTRAQ:20020819 Multiple Buffer Overflow vulnerabilities in SteelArrow (#NISR19082002B)
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ACCEPT(1) Cole MODIFY(1) Baker NOOP(2) Cox, Wall
Baker> THere is no changelog file in the installer either, so it is difficult to determine how many issues were addressed in the new version.
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