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Date: Tue, 30 Dec 2014 06:38:44 +1100
From: Joshua Rogers <>
Subject: Re: Re: CVE Request: Double Free in PHP

On 30/12/14 03:36, wrote:
>> I found a double-free in PHP:
>> > 
>> > And it has been patched in the following commits:
>> > 
>> >;a=commit;h=2bcf69d073190e4f032d883f3416dea1b027a39e
>> >;a=commit;h=24125f0f26f3787c006e4a51611ba33ee3b841cb
>> >;a=commit;h=fbf3a6bc1abcc8a5b5226b0ad9464c37f11ddbd6
> Use CVE-2014-9425.
I found in total I believe 5(don't quote me on that)
double-free's/use-after-frees/invalid-free's in PHP. Should I use the
same CVE-ID for all of them?

-- Joshua Rogers <>

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