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CVE-2020-28928 In musl libc through 1.2.1, wcsnrtombs mishandles particular combinations of destination buffer size and source character limit, as demonstrated by an invalid write access (buffer overflow).
CVE-2020-13759 rust-vmm vm-memory before 0.1.1 and 0.2.x before 0.2.1 allows attackers to cause a denial of service (loss of IP networking) because read_obj and write_obj do not properly access memory. This affects aarch64 (with musl or glibc) and x86_64 (with musl).
CVE-2019-14697 musl libc through 1.1.23 has an x87 floating-point stack adjustment imbalance, related to the math/i386/ directory. In some cases, use of this library could introduce out-of-bounds writes that are not present in an application's source code.
CVE-2017-15650 musl libc before 1.1.17 has a buffer overflow via crafted DNS replies because dns_parse_callback in network/lookup_name.c does not restrict the number of addresses, and thus an attacker can provide an unexpected number by sending A records in a reply to an AAAA query.
CVE-2016-8859 Multiple integer overflows in the TRE library and musl libc allow attackers to cause memory corruption via a large number of (1) states or (2) tags, which triggers an out-of-bounds write.
CVE-2015-1817 Stack-based buffer overflow in the inet_pton function in network/inet_pton.c in musl libc 0.9.15 through 1.0.4, and 1.1.0 through 1.1.7 allows attackers to have unspecified impact via unknown vectors.
CVE-2014-3484 Multiple stack-based buffer overflows in the __dn_expand function in network/dn_expand.c in musl libc 1.1x before 1.1.2 and 0.9.13 through 1.0.3 allow remote attackers to (1) have unspecified impact via an invalid name length in a DNS response or (2) cause a denial of service (crash) via an invalid name length in a DNS response, related to an infinite loop with no output.
CVE-2012-2114 Stack-based buffer overflow in fprintf in musl before 0.8.8 and earlier allows context-dependent attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) or possibly execute arbitrary code via a long string to an unbuffered stream such as stderr.
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