Blackberry plugs code execution holes

From The H Security
Research In Motion have published an advisory [blackberry.com] to warn of another vulnerability in the PDF distiller of the BlackBerry Attachment service. This new vulnerability is in addition to previous issues with the PDF distiller service.
According to US-CERT, the issue is related to VU196617 [cert.org], which involves the open source Xpdf and poppler applications and their handling of JBIG2 data. Read the full story [h-online.com]

From The H Security

Research In Motion have published an advisory [blackberry.com] to warn of another vulnerability in the PDF distiller of the BlackBerry Attachment service. This new vulnerability is in addition to previous issues with the PDF distiller service.

According to US-CERT, the issue is related to VU196617 [cert.org], which involves the open source Xpdf and poppler applications and their handling of JBIG2 data. Read the full story [h-online.com]

 

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