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RE: SFL Memory Leaks

Title: SFL Memory Leaks



Good catch. I verified that both are indeed memory leaks and that your modifications were appropriate. We will include these modifications in the next SFL patch or release.




Tom Horvath
Principal Security Systems Engineer
BAE SYSTEMS Information Technology
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From: Michel Kinasz [mailto:MKinasz@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, April 26, 2005 4:53 PM
To: Horvath, Tom
Subject: SFL Memory Leaks


Hello Tom,

I am using SFL 2.5 with visual studio 6.0.

I had to modify SFL sources to fix some memory leaks:

sm_SignBuf.cpp Line 226:


         if (*pTmpAlg == oidDigestEncryption)


         if (*pTmpAlg == oidDigestEncryption)
                pTmpAlg = NULL;


sm_free3_RSA.cpp Line 2123


        if (NULL != pszPasswordMAC)
                pszPasswordMAC = NULL;

Could you confirm that these modifications are valid?


Michel Kinasz
ImageWare Systems Inc.


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