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Add a null-pointer check before processing base::SupportsUserData::GetUserData #10676

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qazbnm456 commented Oct 3, 2017

As #10429 got merged in Electron v1.8.x, I've discovered that we didn't check if wrapped is a valid object or not here.
This will then cause the Electron to crash if the wrapped object doesn't belong to a valid memory we can touch.

In this PR, I've added a check before calling the SupportsUserData::GetUserData function and also modified the code of TrackableObjectBase::AttachAsUserData to call from SupportsUserData with std::unique_ptr rather than raw-pointer as suggested here.


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webRequest API is unstable #36


zcbenz approved these changes Oct 3, 2017

@zcbenz zcbenz merged commit 150a479 into electron:master Oct 3, 2017

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