[llvm-bugs] Issue 19880 in oss-fuzz: llvm:clang-fuzzer: Segv on unknown address in EvaluateObjectArgument

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Labels: ClusterFuzz Reproducible Stability-Memory-MemorySanitizer  
Engine-libfuzzer OS-Linux Proj-llvm Security_Severity-High  
Type: Bug-Security

New issue 19880 by ClusterFuzz-External: llvm:clang-fuzzer: Segv on unknown  
address in EvaluateObjectArgument

Detailed Report: https://oss-fuzz.com/testcase?key=5664409284509696

Project: llvm
Fuzzing Engine: libFuzzer
Fuzz Target: clang-fuzzer
Job Type: libfuzzer_msan_llvm
Platform Id: linux

Crash Type: Segv on unknown address
Crash Address:
Crash State:
   clang::StmtVisitorBase<llvm::make_const_ptr, VoidExprEvaluator,  

Sanitizer: memory (MSAN)


Reproducer Testcase:  

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