|Type||Arbitrary code execution|
It has been discovered that curl before 7.61.0 might overflow a heap based memory buffer when sending data over SMTP and using a reduced read buffer. When sending data over SMTP, curl allocates a separate "scratch area" on the heap to be able to escape the uploaded data properly if the uploaded data contains data that requires it. The size of this temporary scratch area was mistakenly made to be 2 * sizeof(download_buffer) when it should have been made 2 * sizeof(upload_buffer). The upload and the download buffer sizes are identically sized by default (16KB) but since version 7.54.1, curl can resize the download buffer into a smaller buffer (as well as larger). If the download buffer size is set to a value smaller than 10923, the Curl_smtp_escape_eob() function might overflow the scratch buffer when sending contents of sufficient size and contents. The curl command line tool lowers the buffer size when --limit-rate is set to a value smaller than 16KB.
|16 Jul 2018||ASA-201807-9||AVG-734||libcurl-gnutls||High||arbitrary code execution|
|16 Jul 2018||ASA-201807-8||AVG-733||libcurl-compat||High||arbitrary code execution|
|16 Jul 2018||ASA-201807-7||AVG-732||lib32-libcurl-gnutls||High||arbitrary code execution|
|16 Jul 2018||ASA-201807-6||AVG-731||lib32-libcurl-compat||High||arbitrary code execution|
|16 Jul 2018||ASA-201807-5||AVG-730||lib32-curl||High||arbitrary code execution|
|16 Jul 2018||ASA-201807-10||AVG-729||curl||High||arbitrary code execution|