Buffer overflow in the smiGetNode function in lib/smi.c in libsmi
0.4.8 allows context-dependent attackers to execute arbitrary code via
an Object Identifier (aka OID) represented as a numerical string
containing many components separated by . (dot) characters.
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BUGTRAQ:20101020 [CORE-2010-0819] LibSMI smiGetNode Buffer Overflow When Long OID Is Given In Numerical Form
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