Reported September 23, 2003 by Luigi Auriemma.
Speak Freely 7.6a for Windows and earlier
A vulnerability in Speak Freely for Windows can result in a Denial of Service (DoS) condition. Sending multiple spoofed packets (more than 160 packets of 2 bytes or more) results in the termination of the program, with an error message such as, "Cannot create transmit socket for host (x.x.x.x), error 10055. No buffer space is available."
SpeakFreely has been notified.
Discovered by Luigi Auriemma.