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  1. Unpatched hole in ImgBurn disk burning application

     

    ImgBurn Logo According to security specialist Secunia, a highly critical vulnerability in ImgBurn, a lightweight disk burning application, can be used to remotely compromise a user's system. The security issue in the freeware program is reportedly caused by the application loading libraries (dwmapi.dll) in an "insecure manner", which can then lead to the execution of arbitrary code.

     

    The problem has been confirmed to affect version 2.5.4.0 of ImgBurn, the latest release from 12 December; however, previous versions are also likely to be vulnerable. For an attack to be successful, a victim must first open a specially crafted file. As such, users are advised to avoid opening untrusted files.

     

    http://www.h-online.com/security/news/item/Unpatched-hole-in-ImgBurn-disk-burning-application-1163003.html

     

    http://secunia.com/advisories/42798

     

    @ Lighting UK: is this really that bad as it sounds?


  2. Now I watched - Buffer and Device buffer are almost all time full, but speed varies usually around 2-3x, but often fell down to 0x (and remain at 0 for even more than 20 seconds).

     

    20100614230401he0g.png


  3. I have now tried with Nero's ASPI

     

    Buffer is NOT empty - usually it is filled about 80-90%

     

    Filters:

    ===============================================

    Filter Driver Load Order - ImgBurn v2.5.1.0

    ===============================================

     

    Upper Device Filter: redbook

    Upper Class Filter: [None Found]

    Device: CD/DVD-ROM Device

    Lower Class Filter: [None Found]

    Lower Device Filter: imapi

     

    Filter Name: redbook

    File Name: C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\redbook.sys

    File Version: 5.1.2600.5512 (xpsp.080413-2108)

    File Description: Redbook Audio Filter Driver

    Product Name: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System

    Product Version: 5.1.2600.5512

    Company Name: Microsoft Corporation

    Copyright: © Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

     

    Filter Name: imapi

    File Name: C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\imapi.sys

    File Version: 5.1.2600.5512 (xpsp.080413-2108)

    File Description: IMAPI Kernel Driver

    Product Name: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System

    Product Version: 5.1.2600.5512

    Company Name: Microsoft Corporation

    Copyright: © Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

     

    ImgBurn error message:

    imgburn-nero-aspiz5oj.png

     

    But, it seems that all tested movies are burned OK :huh:


  4. Enabled 'Test Mode' and burn a DVD-R in Discovery mode.

     

    Then post a new log.

    Done.

     

    1. Log: http://paste2.org/p/784186

    (also attached)

     

    2. DVDinfo:

    44692875.th.png

     

    But, it seems that burning now was OK and normal length (!)

     

    ***

     

    For me, it seems that ImgBurn normal create image file, but burning on DVD is not working as it should. I thought there are some hardware problems, but UsefulUtils Discs Studio works perfect.

    ImgBurn-02.log


  5. For a last month or two I have annoying problem: ImgBurn can not burn! Actually, it starts (seems normal), than seems like it burn DVD for more than one hour (or so), but DVD is not burned OK.

     

    Here is log file: http://paste2.org/p/782282 (or in attachment)

     

    Here are screenshots from DVDinfoPro:

     

    85225513.th.png 25088800.th.png

     

    Btw, situation is same with Ashampoo Burning Studio Free >>> http://i39.tinypic.com/15i2d08.png

    (first part is just simulation, burning starts from middle).

     

    Only program that can burn (and do that great, just like ImgBurn until this last month or so) is small freeware UsefulUtils Discs Studio. Maybe this is reason why UDS works ok?

    suwygl.png

     

    Please, any idea?

     

    My software and hardware can be seen here: http://www.zoniweb.com/mypc/index.html

    ImgBurn.log


  6. Although I don't burn audio CDs almost never, I know few people that have removed IB from their PCs, cause burning Audio CDs is not as easy as it is in Nero (or Burrrn, which I use when I burn audio CDs).

     

    So, if that is not complicated, maybe it would be nice to add that option.

     

    They really should not be using a computer if they cannot work it out or even bother to learn.

    That is your opinion. I don't agree - I also prefer programs that are EASY to use (and I am not newbie ;) ). So, when making AudioCD, Burrrn is MUCH easier then ImgBurn... That is why I always instal ImgBurn AND Burrrn to anyone. Even I don't want to *learn* how to make audio CD, when it is so easy with other program.

     

    I don't understand why anybody wants to "defend" solution that is not so good, compared to something that is better? >_<

     

    Is it somehow IB way of audio CD creation better than with Burrn? Is it easier? Is it complicated to add "regular" audio CD support to IB (like when you burn mp3 CD)?


  7. Although I don't burn audio CDs almost never, I know few people that have removed IB from their PCs, cause burning Audio CDs is not as easy as it is in Nero (or Burrrn, which I use when I burn audio CDs).

     

    So, if that is not complicated, maybe it would be nice to add that option.


  8. Heh, I have found what was the problem :rolleyes:

     

    So, Volume Label is there (sorry, it IS there!), but problem is that I have laptop, so when ImgBurn is verifying burned DVD, DVD tray is not opened and that is the problem - WinXP can't read Volume Label if tray is not opened. When I manualy open CD tray, Volume Label is visible... I think I have seen this after I have upgraded ImgBurn to 2.500.

     

    Anyway, there is a small problem with labels, but I guess that XP is more guilty than IB ;)


  9. [Not Configured] appears when you've clicked the Calculate button (or added files/folders with Auto calculate enabled) while there were no labels set in the Labels tab. Notice that at the time of burning (and verifying later) the label is correctly set.

     

    Could you try that disc on another computer? Or even another OS on your computer? I've had many times when labels weren't updated in Windows Explorer and it was usually due to me messing around with AutoRun/AutoPlay :D

    Yes, Auto calculate is enabled (and WAS always), because imho that is necessary option. It is not important when I set labels, they are not there!

     

    Btw, I don't have this problem with CDs!

     

    And, yes I have tried those DVDs on other PCs - it is same, no labels.


  10. To be easier to follow, here are some screenshots:

     

    1. Device tab of my ImgBurn:

    01devicetab8h89.png

     

    2. This is how I have fill Volume Label tab:

    02volumelabelsshzi.png

     

    3. You can see here that volume label is filled:

    03readyke8p.png

     

    4. But, when is finished, there is NO volume labels in Windows Explorer:

    04winexplorerhc7m.png

     

    5. If this is somehow important, here is DVDinfo Pro graph:

    05dvdinfoprosc0d.png

     

    Plus, here is ImgBurn log: http://paste2.org/p/424389

    (You can see there few times Volume Label: [Not Configured])

     

    My hardware/software configuration: http://zoniweb.com/mypc/


  11. I have found one possible bug in ImgBurn 2.50 >>> Volume Label is empty when DVD is burned, although I have entered one (and when start to burn, ImgBurn popup that window, where I can see that volume label is "seen" by ImgBurn).

     

    Anyone have noticed this behavior?

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