9.8 CVE-2020-28601
A code execution vulnerability exists in the Nef polygon-parsing functionality of CGAL libcgal CGAL-5.1.1....

2023-02-01 02:09:00

8.8 CVE-2020-35635
A code execution vulnerability exists in the Nef polygon-parsing functionality of CGAL libcgal CGAL-5.1.1...

2023-02-01 02:05:00

8.8 CVE-2020-35634
A code execution vulnerability exists in the Nef polygon-parsing functionality of CGAL libcgal CGAL-5.1.1....

2023-02-01 02:04:00

8.8 CVE-2020-35633
A code execution vulnerability exists in the Nef polygon-parsing functionality of CGAL libcgal CGAL-5.1.1....

2023-02-01 02:01:00

9.8 CVE-2020-35636
A code execution vulnerability exists in the Nef polygon-parsing functionality of CGAL libcgal CGAL-5.1.1...

2023-02-01 01:59:00

8.8 CVE-2018-16981
stb stb_image.h 2.19, as used in catimg, Emscripten, and other products, has a heap-based buffer overflow...

2023-02-01 00:15:00

7.8 CVE-2019-13217
A heap buffer overflow in the start_decoder function in stb_vorbis through 2019-03-04 allows an attacker...

2023-02-01 00:15:00

5.5 CVE-2019-13218
Division by zero in the predict_point function in stb_vorbis through 2019-03-04 allows an attacker to...

2023-02-01 00:15:00

5.5 CVE-2019-13219
A NULL pointer dereference in the get_window function in stb_vorbis through 2019-03-04 allows an attacker...

2023-02-01 00:15:00

7.1 CVE-2019-13220
Use of uninitialized stack variables in the start_decoder function in stb_vorbis through 2019-03-04...

2023-02-01 00:15:00

7.8 CVE-2019-13221
A stack buffer overflow in the compute_codewords function in stb_vorbis through 2019-03-04 allows an...

2023-02-01 00:15:00

7.1 CVE-2019-13222
An out-of-bounds read of a global buffer in the draw_line function in stb_vorbis through 2019-03-04...

2023-02-01 00:15:00

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