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Extremely critical

Opera execution of arbitrary code

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Release Date:  2003-03-12    Last Update:  2003-03-13    Views:  18,894

Secunia Advisory SA8272

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Description


Opera has been found vulnerable to a buffer overflow in the handling of filenames when showing the "Download Dialog" box


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