Security Patch Update For Realplayer Enterprise
Updated April 19, 2005
RealNetworks, Inc. has addressed recently discovered security vulnerabilities that offered the potential for an attacker to run arbitrary or malicious code on a customer's machine. RealNetworks has received no reports of machines compromised as a result of the now-remedied vulnerabilities. RealNetworks takes all security vulnerabilities very seriously.
The specific exploit was:
To fashion a malicious RAM file to cause a buffer overflow which could have allowed an attacker to execute arbitrary code on a customer's machine.
Impacted Products and Versions:
This affects versions 1.1, 1.2, 1.5, 1.6 and 1.7 of RealPlayer Enterprise (standalone and as configured by the RealPlayer Enterprise Manager).
To ensure that your Player is protected, we recommend installing the available updates.
RealPlayer Enterprise Solution:
Updated .DLL that addresses security vulnerability in previously installed RPEM / RDM: pnen3260.dll
Copy this file into the \Program Files\Common\Real\Common directory of an existing RPEM/RDM install.
Please click here to get the updated .DLL for your RealPlayer Enterprise.
You PAM site will contain a complete / updated copy of RPEM / RDM.
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