Multiple stack-based buffer overflows in Tumbleweed Email Firewall
(EMF) allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via an email
attachment with an LHA archive that contains a (1) file or (2)
directory with a long LHA extended header, (3) an LHA archive in which
the "temporary pathname" field for decompressed output is greater than
2 bytes, or (4) an LHA archive with a long filename.
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