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Confusion about Opera vulnerability.
There has lately been some confusion about a vulnerability reported in the Opera browser and rightly so based on the different statements having been issued.
The vulnerability was reported as an integer overflow when processing the "Content-Length" header and accompanied by a PoC that always crashed when copying memory due to an overly large size. Based on the provided PoC and report, it immediately seemed like the crash would always occur and executing code would not be possible.
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