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Bug: clean_obj is not doing a complete enough job
Danger: Low - Leaves behind possibly unwanted data
Found by: Zhamel
Fixed by: Zhamel

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handler.c, clean_obj

Find:
obj->value[0] = 0;
obj->value[1] = 0;
obj->value[2] = 0;
obj->value[3] = 0;


Change to:

obj->value[0] = 0;
obj->value[1] = 0;
obj->value[2] = 0;
obj->value[3] = 0;
obj->value[4] = 0;
obj->value[5] = 0;


Object values 4 and 5 are not being properly cleared. As a result, an object being cleaned may retain data previously set.
       
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