Multiple heap-based buffer overflows in QuickTime.qts in Apple
QuickTime Player 7.0.3 and iTunes 6.0.1 (3) and earlier allow remote
attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) and execute arbitrary
code via a .mov file with (1) a Movie Resource atom with a large size
value, or (2) an stsd atom with a modified Sample Description Table
size value, and possibly other vectors involving media files. NOTE:
item 1 was originally identified by CVE-2005-4127 for a pre-patch
announcement, and item 2 was originally identified by CVE-2005-4128 for
a pre-patch announcement.
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