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PoPToP PPTP remote buffer overflow

by Mario Miri on April 14th, 2003 PopToP PPTP software is vulnerable to remote buffer overflow attack due to insufficient user-supplied data checking. If successfully exploited, this could be used to corrupt sensitive memory areas and arbitrary code execution in the security context of the affected server.

PoPToP PPTP Server 1.0.1
PoPToP PPTP Server 1.1.2
PoPToP PPTP Server 1.1.3 -20021009
PoPToP PPTP Server 1.1.3
PoPToP PPTP Server 1.1.4 -b2
PoPToP PPTP Server 1.1.4 -b1

Patches are available from the following location:

Discovered by:
Timo Sirainen, [email protected]

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