Heap-based buffer overflow in SpIDer for Dr.Web Scanner for Linux
4.33, and possibly earlier versions, allows remote attackers to
execute arbitrary code via an LHA archive with an extended header that
contains a long directory name.
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FULLDISC:20060420 Dr.Web 4.33 antivirus LHA long directory name heap overflow
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