A use-after-free in Busybox awk leads to remote code execution when processing malformed command line arguments
BusyBox [1.33.0, 1.33.1], fixed in 1.34.0
The BusyBox toolkit implements a large number of Linux tools in a single executable and can even replace the Linux init system. Its small size and flexibility make it popular in embedded devices.
A use-after-free in awk leads to denial of service and possibly code execution when processing a crafted awk pattern in the
An attacker that controls the
awk pattern (through the command line argument) can trigger this issue.
No PoC is supplied for this issue
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