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This weakness is possible in any programming language that support format strings. Research Gap Format string issues are under-studied for languages other than C.

Memory or disk consumption, control flow or variable alteration, and data corruption may result from format string exploitation in applications written in other languages such as Perl, PHP, Python, etc. Other While Format String vulnerabilities typically fall under the Buffer Overflow category, technically they are not overflowed buffers. The Format String vulnerability is fairly new circa and stems from the fact that there is no realistic way for a function that takes a variable number of arguments to determine just how many arguments were passed in.

The most common functions that take a variable number of arguments, including C-runtime functions, are the printf family of calls. The Format String problem appears in a number of ways. For example, printf input ; is exploitable, while printf y, input ; is not exploitable in that context. The result of the first call, used incorrectly, allows for an attacker to be able to peek at stack memory since the input string will be used as the format specifier. The attacker can stuff the input string with format specifiers and begin reading stack values, since the remaining parameters will be pulled from the stack.

Worst case, this improper use may give away enough control to allow an arbitrary value or values in the case of an exploit program to be written into the memory of the running program. Frequently targeted entities are file names, process names, identifiers. Through skilled creation of a format string, a malicious user may use values on the stack to create a write-what-where condition.

Once this is achieved, they can execute arbitrary code. Taxonomy Mappings.

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This weakness is possible in any programming language that support format strings. Research Gap Format string issues are under-studied for languages other than C. Memory or disk consumption, control flow or variable alteration, and data corruption may result from format string exploitation in applications written in other languages such as Perl, PHP, Python, etc. Other While Format String vulnerabilities typically fall under the Buffer Overflow category, technically they are not overflowed buffers. The Format String vulnerability is fairly new circa and stems from the fact that there is no realistic way for a function that takes a variable number of arguments to determine just how many arguments were passed in. The most common functions that take a variable number of arguments, including C-runtime functions, are the printf family of calls. The Format String problem appears in a number of ways.

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