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 Chrome update version 71 causes memory overflow in Daeja ViewONE Virtual
                             17 December 2018


        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary

Product:           IBM Daeja ViewONE
Publisher:         IBM
Operating System:  Windows
Impact/Access:     Denial of Service -- Existing Account
Resolution:        Patch/Upgrade

Original Bulletin: 

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Chrome update version 71 causes memory overflow in Daeja ViewONE Virtual

Document information

More support for: Daeja ViewONE

Component: Daeja ViewONE Virtual

Software version: 5.0.3 iFix005 or later

Operating system(s): Windows

Reference #: 0787493

Modified date: 14 December 2018

Flashes (Alerts)


The viewer will load as expected but carrying out subsequent action within the
viewer leads to the browser running out of memory and locking up completely.
Any containing application is also affected and the browser must be restarted
once the issue occurs.

The issue is not present in versions prior to 5.0.3 iFix5 


The Daeja ViewONE engineering team has now provided a permanent solution that
allows ViewONE Virtual to function when running under Chrome 71+

The fix is available in the following branches of ViewONE Virtual releases:

IBM Daeja ViewONE Virtual 5.0.3 iFix12 IBM Daeja ViewONE Virtual  5.0.4 iFix11
IBM Daeja ViewONE Virtual 5.0.5 iFix 1

So apply the appropriate fix pack for the current version you are using and if
you are an IBM Content Navigator user, here are the steps for upgrading just
the viewer component in ICN:

Note: If you use ViewONE Virtual through entitlement to IBM Content Navigator,
you may not have direct access to the Daeja ViewONE fix packs on IBM Fix
Central. If you find this is the case, any support engineer can get this
download for you and deliver the Daeja ViewONE Fix pack to you via an existing
open support ticket so please supply your ICN ping page along with the request
if you need the fix pack uploaded directly.

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