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                         AUSCERT Security Bulletin

     Opera 10.10 has been released correcting multiple vulnerabilities
                             25 November 2009


        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary

Product:              Opera
Operating System:     Windows
                      UNIX variants (UNIX, Linux, OSX)
Impact/Access:        Execute Arbitrary Code/Commands -- Remote with User Interaction
                      Cross-site Scripting            -- Remote with User Interaction
                      Denial of Service               -- Remote with User Interaction
Resolution:           Patch/Upgrade
CVE Names:            CVE-2009-4072 CVE-2009-4071 
Member content until: Thursday, December 24 2009

Revision History:     November 25 2009: Added CVE References
                      November 24 2009: Initial Release


        Opera 10.10 has been released correcting multiple vulnerabilities.


        The vendor has provided the following information regarding the
        vulnerabilities that have been corrected in version 10.10:
        Heap buffer overflow in string to number conversion:
        "Passing very long strings through the string to number 
        conversion using JavaScript in Opera may result in heap buffer 
        overflows. This also affects the dtoa routine, and was reported 
        in CVE-2009-0689. In most cases Opera will just freeze or 
        terminate, but in some cases this could lead to a crash which 
        could be used to execute code." [1]
        Error messages can leak onto unrelated sites
        "Scripting error messages are normally available only to the page 
        that caused the error. In some cases, the error messages could be 
        passed to other sites as the contents of unrelated variables, and 
        may contain sensitive information. If those sites write the 
        content into the page markup, this could allow cross-site 
        scripting, using code provided by the attacking site. This issue 
        only affects installations that have enabled stacktraces for 
        exceptions, these are disabled by default." [2]
        Unspecified Vulnerability
        "Fixed a moderately severe issue, as reported by Chris Evans of 
        the Google Security Team; details will be disclosed at a later 
        date." [3]


        Opera version 10.10 is available for download from the vendor's
        website. [4]


        [1] Advisory: Heap buffer overflow in string to number conversion

        [2] Advisory: Error messages can leak onto unrelated sites

        [3] Opera 10.10 (Opera Unite) for Windows changelog

        [4] Download Opera browser

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