Microsoft Windows Media Player 7.1, 9, 10, and 11 allows remote
attackers to execute arbitrary code via a skin file (WMZ or WMD) with
crafted header information that causes a size mismatch between
compressed and decompressed data and triggers a heap-based buffer
overflow, aka "Windows Media Player Code Execution Vulnerability
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BUGTRAQ:20070814 ZDI-07-046: Microsoft Windows Media Player Skin Parsing Size Mismatch Heap Overflow Vulnerability
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