Sophos Anti-Virus and Endpoint Security before 6.0.5, Anti-Virus for
Linux before 5.0.10, and other platforms before 4.11 allows remote
attackers to cause a denial of service (memory corruption) and
possibly execute arbitrary code via a malformed CHM file with a large
name length in the CHM chunk header, aka "CHM name length memory
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IDEFENSE:20061208 Sophos Antivirus CHM Chunk Name Length Memory Corruption Vulnerability
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