Integer overflow in the LoadImage API of the USER32 Lib for Microsoft
Windows allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a .bmp,
.cur, .ico or .ani file with a large image size field, which leads to
a buffer overflow, aka the "Cursor and Icon Format Handling
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BUGTRAQ:20041223 Microsoft Windows LoadImage API Integer Buffer overflow
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