FFmpeg 2.x allows remote attackers to conduct cross-origin attacks and
read arbitrary files by using the subfile protocol in an HTTP Live
Streaming (HLS) M3U8 file, leading to an external HTTP request in
which the URL string contains an arbitrary line of a local file.
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MLIST:[oss-security] 20160114 Re: Fwd: FFmpeg: stealing local files with HLS+concat
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