Integer overflow in the SCTP_SOCKOPT_DEBUG_NAME SCTP socket option in
socket.c in the Linux kernel 2.4.25 and earlier allows local users to
execute arbitrary code via an optlen value of -1, which causes kmalloc
to allocate 0 bytes of memory.
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BUGTRAQ:20040511 Linux Kernel sctp_setsockopt() Integer Overflow
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