Release of Invalid Pointer or Reference
Nanopb is a small code-size Protocol Buffers implementation in ansi C. In Nanopb before versions 0.3.9.8 and 0.4.5.dev1224, decoding a specifically formed message can cause invalid `free()` or `realloc()` calls if the message type contains an `oneof` field, and the `oneof` directly contains both a pointer field and a non-pointer field. If the message data first contains the non-pointer field and then the pointer field, the data of the non-pointer field is incorrectly treated as if it was a pointer value. Such message data rarely occurs in normal messages, but it is a concern when untrusted data is parsed. This has been fixed in versions 0.3.9.8 and 0.4.5.dev1224. See referenced GitHub Security Advisory for more information including workarounds.
CWE-763 - Release of Invalid Pointer or Reference
The application attempts to return a memory resource to the system, but calls the wrong release function or calls the appropriate release function incorrectly.