Heap-based buffer overflow in Microsoft DirectX SDK (February 2006)
and probably earlier, including 9.0c End User Runtimes, allows
context-dependent attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted
Targa file with a run-length-encoding (RLE) compression that produces
more data than expected when decoding.
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