PDF Deflate bombs may cause crashes or resource exhaustion
Streams in PDF files can be compressed, which may result in "deflate bombs" if not handled by the PDF processing application / library. Find attached three simple PDF compression bombs (10MB on disk to 10GB in memory). Note the compressed stream can be used multiple times in a single PDF document. The PDF files have been gzipped as a precaution mechanism, in order to prevent DoS when accidentally previewing them (gunzip them before the actual testing). Maybe resource limitations should be enforced by Poppler?