JPEG flaw uncovered in Opera browser
A vulnerability has been discovered in the Opera web browser that could be exploited by hackers to run code on a user's system.
Security website Secunia rated the flaw as highly critical.
The problem is caused by an integer overflow when the browser processes JPEG images, and could be activated using a specially crafted JPEG image. JPEG flaw uncovered in Opera browser - IT Week
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