Fedora 40 : kernel (2024-010fe8772a)

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The remote Fedora 40 host has a package installed that is affected by multiple vulnerabilities as referenced in the FEDORA-2024-010fe8772a advisory.

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: drm/amdgpu: validate the parameters of bo mapping operations more clearly Verify the parameters of amdgpu_vm_bo_(map/replace_map/clearing_mappings) in one common place. (CVE-2024-26922)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: netfilter: nft_set_pipapo: do not free live element Pablo reports a crash with large batches of elements with a back-to-back add/remove pattern.
Quoting Pablo: add_elem(00000000) timeout 100 ms ... add_elem(0000000X) timeout 100 ms del_elem(0000000X) <---------------- delete one that was just added ... add_elem(00005000) timeout 100 ms 1) nft_pipapo_remove() removes element 0000000X Then, KASAN shows a splat. Looking at the remove function there is a chance that we will drop a rule that maps to a non-deactivated element. Removal happens in two steps, first we do a lookup for key k and return the to-be-removed element and mark it as inactive in the next generation. Then, in a second step, the element gets removed from the set/map. The
_remove function does not work correctly if we have more than one element that share the same key. This can happen if we insert an element into a set when the set already holds an element with same key, but the element mapping to the existing key has timed out or is not active in the next generation. In such case its possible that removal will unmap the wrong element. If this happens, we will leak the non-deactivated element, it becomes unreachable. The element that got deactivated (and will be freed later) will remain reachable in the set data structure, this can result in a crash when such an element is retrieved during lookup (stale pointer). Add a check that the fully matching key does in fact map to the element that we have marked as inactive in the deactivation step. If not, we need to continue searching. Add a bug/warn trap at the end of the function as well, the remove function must not ever be called with an invisible/unreachable/non-existent element. v2: avoid uneeded temporary variable (Stefano) (CVE-2024-26924)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: fork: defer linking file vma until vma is fully initialized Thorvald reported a WARNING [1]. And the root cause is below race: CPU 1 CPU 2 fork hugetlbfs_fallocate dup_mmap hugetlbfs_punch_hole i_mmap_lock_write(mapping);
vma_interval_tree_insert_after -- Child vma is visible through i_mmap tree. i_mmap_unlock_write(mapping);
hugetlb_dup_vma_private -- Clear vma_lock outside i_mmap_rwsem! i_mmap_lock_write(mapping);
hugetlb_vmdelete_list vma_interval_tree_foreach hugetlb_vma_trylock_write -- Vma_lock is cleared.
tmp->vm_ops->open -- Alloc new vma_lock outside i_mmap_rwsem! hugetlb_vma_unlock_write -- Vma_lock is assigned!!! i_mmap_unlock_write(mapping); hugetlb_dup_vma_private() and hugetlb_vm_op_open() are called outside i_mmap_rwsem lock while vma lock can be used in the same time. Fix this by deferring linking file vma until vma is fully initialized. Those vmas should be initialized first before they can be used.

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: r8169: fix LED-related deadlock on module removal Binding devm_led_classdev_register() to the netdev is problematic because on module removal we get a RTNL-related deadlock. Fix this by avoiding the device-managed LED functions. Note: We can safely call led_classdev_unregister() for a LED even if registering it failed, because led_classdev_unregister() detects this and is a no-op in this case. (CVE-2024-27021)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: netfilter: nf_tables: Fix potential data-race in __nft_expr_type_get() nft_unregister_expr() can concurrent with __nft_expr_type_get(), and there is not any protection when iterate over nf_tables_expressions list in __nft_expr_type_get().
Therefore, there is potential data-race of nf_tables_expressions list entry. Use list_for_each_entry_rcu() to iterate over nf_tables_expressions list in __nft_expr_type_get(), and use rcu_read_lock() in the caller nft_expr_type_get() to protect the entire type query process. (CVE-2024-27020)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: netfilter: nf_tables: Fix potential data-race in __nft_obj_type_get() nft_unregister_obj() can concurrent with __nft_obj_type_get(), and there is not any protection when iterate over nf_tables_objects list in __nft_obj_type_get(). Therefore, there is potential data-race of nf_tables_objects list entry. Use list_for_each_entry_rcu() to iterate over nf_tables_objects list in __nft_obj_type_get(), and use rcu_read_lock() in the caller nft_obj_type_get() to protect the entire type query process. (CVE-2024-27019)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: netfilter: br_netfilter: skip conntrack input hook for promisc packets For historical reasons, when bridge device is in promisc mode, packets that are directed to the taps follow bridge input hook path. This patch adds a workaround to reset conntrack for these packets. Jianbo Liu reports warning splats in their test infrastructure where cloned packets reach the br_netfilter input hook to confirm the conntrack object. Scratch one bit from BR_INPUT_SKB_CB to annotate that this packet has reached the input hook because it is passed up to the bridge device to reach the taps. [ 57.571874] WARNING: CPU: 1 PID: 0 at net/bridge/br_netfilter_hooks.c:616 br_nf_local_in+0x157/0x180 [br_netfilter] [ 57.572749] Modules linked in: xt_MASQUERADE nf_conntrack_netlink nfnetlink iptable_nat xt_addrtype xt_conntrack nf_nat br_netfilter rpcsec_gss_krb5 auth_rpcgss oid_registry overlay rpcrdma rdma_ucm ib_iser libiscsi scsi_transport_isc si ib_umad rdma_cm ib_ipoib iw_cm ib_cm mlx5_ib ib_uverbs ib_core mlx5ctl mlx5_core [ 57.575158] CPU: 1 PID:
0 Comm: swapper/1 Not tainted 6.8.0+ #19 [ 57.575700] Hardware name: QEMU Standard PC (Q35 + ICH9, 2009), BIOS rel-1.13.0-0-gf21b5a4aeb02-prebuilt.qemu.org 04/01/2014 [ 57.576662] RIP:
0010:br_nf_local_in+0x157/0x180 [br_netfilter] [ 57.577195] Code: fe ff ff 41 bd 04 00 00 00 be 04 00 00 00 e9 4a ff ff ff be 04 00 00 00 48 89 ef e8 f3 a9 3c e1 66 83 ad b4 00 00 00 04 eb 91 <0f> 0b e9 f1 fe ff ff 0f 0b e9 df fe ff ff 48 89 df e8 b3 53 47 e1 [ 57.578722] RSP: 0018:ffff88885f845a08 EFLAGS: 00010202 [ 57.579207] RAX: 0000000000000002 RBX: ffff88812dfe8000 RCX: 0000000000000000 [ 57.579830] RDX:
ffff88885f845a60 RSI: ffff8881022dc300 RDI: 0000000000000000 [ 57.580454] RBP: ffff88885f845a60 R08:
0000000000000001 R09: 0000000000000003 [ 57.581076] R10: 00000000ffff1300 R11: 0000000000000002 R12:
0000000000000000 [ 57.581695] R13: ffff8881047ffe00 R14: ffff888108dbee00 R15: ffff88814519b800 [ 57.582313] FS: 0000000000000000(0000) GS:ffff88885f840000(0000) knlGS:0000000000000000 [ 57.583040] CS:
0010 DS: 0000 ES: 0000 CR0: 0000000080050033 [ 57.583564] CR2: 000000c4206aa000 CR3: 0000000103847001 CR4:
0000000000370eb0 [ 57.584194] DR0: 0000000000000000 DR1: 0000000000000000 DR2: 0000000000000000 [ 57.584820] DR3: 0000000000000000 DR6: 00000000fffe0ff0 DR7: 0000000000000400 [ 57.585440] Call Trace: [ 57.585721] <IRQ> [ 57.585976] ? __warn+0x7d/0x130 [ 57.586323] ? br_nf_local_in+0x157/0x180 [br_netfilter] [ 57.586811] ? report_bug+0xf1/0x1c0 [ 57.587177] ? handle_bug+0x3f/0x70 [ 57.587539] ? exc_invalid_op+0x13/0x60 [ 57.587929] ? asm_exc_invalid_op+0x16/0x20 [ 57.588336] ? br_nf_local_in+0x157/0x180 [br_netfilter] [ 57.588825] nf_hook_slow+0x3d/0xd0 [ 57.589188] ? br_handle_vlan+0x4b/0x110 [ 57.589579] br_pass_frame_up+0xfc/0x150 [ 57.589970] ? br_port_flags_change+0x40/0x40 [ 57.590396] br_handle_frame_finish+0x346/0x5e0 [ 57.590837] ? ipt_do_table+0x32e/0x430 [ 57.591221] ? br_handle_local_finish+0x20/0x20 [ 57.591656] br_nf_hook_thresh+0x4b/0xf0 [br_netfilter] [ 57.592286] ? br_handle_local_finish+0x20/0x20 [ 57.592802] br_nf_pre_routing_finish+0x178/0x480 [br_netfilter] [ 57.593348] ? br_handle_local_finish+0x20/0x20 [ 57.593782] ? nf_nat_ipv4_pre_routing+0x25/0x60 [nf_nat] [ 57.594279] br_nf_pre_routing+0x24c/0x550 [br_netfilter] [ 57.594780] ? br_nf_hook_thresh+0xf0/0xf0 [br_netfilter] [ 57.595280] br_handle_frame+0x1f3/0x3d0 [ 57.595676] ? br_handle_local_finish+0x20/0x20 [ 57.596118] ? br_handle_frame_finish+0x5e0/0x5e0 [ 57.596566] __netif_receive_skb_core+0x25b/0xfc0 [ 57.597017] ?
__napi_build_skb+0x37/0x40 [ 57.597418] __netif_receive_skb_list_core+0xfb/0x220 (CVE-2024-27018)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: netfilter: nft_set_pipapo: walk over current view on netlink dump The generation mask can be updated while netlink dump is in progress. The pipapo set backend walk iterator cannot rely on it to infer what view of the datastructure is to be used.
Add notation to specify if user wants to read/update the set. Based on patch from Florian Westphal.

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: netfilter: flowtable: validate pppoe header Ensure there is sufficient room to access the protocol field of the PPPoe header. Validate it once before the flowtable lookup, then use a helper function to access protocol field. (CVE-2024-27016)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: netfilter: flowtable: incorrect pppoe tuple pppoe traffic reaching ingress path does not match the flowtable entry because the pppoe header is expected to be at the network header offset. This bug causes a mismatch in the flow table lookup, so pppoe packets enter the classical forwarding path. (CVE-2024-27015)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: net/mlx5e: Prevent deadlock while disabling aRFS When disabling aRFS under the `priv->state_lock`, any scheduled aRFS works are canceled using the `cancel_work_sync` function, which waits for the work to end if it has already started. However, while waiting for the work handler, the handler will try to acquire the `state_lock` which is already acquired. The worker acquires the lock to delete the rules if the state is down, which is not the worker's responsibility since disabling aRFS deletes the rules. Add an aRFS state variable, which indicates whether the aRFS is enabled and prevent adding rules when the aRFS is disabled. Kernel log:
====================================================== WARNING: possible circular locking dependency detected 6.7.0-rc4_net_next_mlx5_5483eb2 #1 Tainted: G I
------------------------------------------------------ ethtool/386089 is trying to acquire lock:
ffff88810f21ce68 ((work_completion)(&rule->arfs_work)){+.+.}-{0:0}, at: __flush_work+0x74/0x4e0 but task is already holding lock: ffff8884a1808cc0 (&priv->state_lock){+.+.}-{3:3}, at:
mlx5e_ethtool_set_channels+0x53/0x200 [mlx5_core] which lock already depends on the new lock. the existing dependency chain (in reverse order) is: -> #1 (&priv->state_lock){+.+.}-{3:3}: __mutex_lock+0x80/0xc90 arfs_handle_work+0x4b/0x3b0 [mlx5_core] process_one_work+0x1dc/0x4a0 worker_thread+0x1bf/0x3c0 kthread+0xd7/0x100 ret_from_fork+0x2d/0x50 ret_from_fork_asm+0x11/0x20 -> #0 ((work_completion)(&rule->arfs_work)){+.+.}-{0:0}: __lock_acquire+0x17b4/0x2c80 lock_acquire+0xd0/0x2b0
__flush_work+0x7a/0x4e0 __cancel_work_timer+0x131/0x1c0 arfs_del_rules+0x143/0x1e0 [mlx5_core] mlx5e_arfs_disable+0x1b/0x30 [mlx5_core] mlx5e_ethtool_set_channels+0xcb/0x200 [mlx5_core] ethnl_set_channels+0x28f/0x3b0 ethnl_default_set_doit+0xec/0x240 genl_family_rcv_msg_doit+0xd0/0x120 genl_rcv_msg+0x188/0x2c0 netlink_rcv_skb+0x54/0x100 genl_rcv+0x24/0x40 netlink_unicast+0x1a1/0x270 netlink_sendmsg+0x214/0x460 __sock_sendmsg+0x38/0x60 __sys_sendto+0x113/0x170 __x64_sys_sendto+0x20/0x30 do_syscall_64+0x40/0xe0 entry_SYSCALL_64_after_hwframe+0x46/0x4e other info that might help us debug this:
Possible unsafe locking scenario: CPU0 CPU1 ---- ---- lock(&priv->state_lock);
lock((work_completion)(&rule->arfs_work)); lock(&priv->state_lock);
lock((work_completion)(&rule->arfs_work)); *** DEADLOCK *** 3 locks held by ethtool/386089: #0:
ffffffff82ea7210 (cb_lock){++++}-{3:3}, at: genl_rcv+0x15/0x40 #1: ffffffff82e94c88 (rtnl_mutex){+.+.}-{3:3}, at: ethnl_default_set_doit+0xd3/0x240 #2: ffff8884a1808cc0 (&priv->state_lock){+.+.}-{3:3}, at: mlx5e_ethtool_set_channels+0x53/0x200 [mlx5_core] stack backtrace:
CPU: 15 PID: 386089 Comm: ethtool Tainted: G I 6.7.0-rc4_net_next_mlx5_5483eb2 #1 Hardware name: QEMU Standard PC (Q35 + ICH9, 2009), BIOS rel-1.13.0-0-gf21b5a4aeb02-prebuilt.qemu.org 04/01/2014 Call Trace:
<TASK> dump_stack_lvl+0x60/0xa0 check_noncircular+0x144/0x160 __lock_acquire+0x17b4/0x2c80 lock_acquire+0xd0/0x2b0 ? __flush_work+0x74/0x4e0 ? save_trace+0x3e/0x360 ? __flush_work+0x74/0x4e0
__flush_work+0x7a/0x4e0 ? __flush_work+0x74/0x4e0 ? __lock_acquire+0xa78/0x2c80 ? lock_acquire+0xd0/0x2b0 ? mark_held_locks+0x49/0x70 __cancel_work_timer+0x131/0x1c0 ? mark_held_locks+0x49/0x70 arfs_del_rules+0x143/0x1e0 [mlx5_core] mlx5e_arfs_disable+0x1b/0x30 [mlx5_core] mlx5e_ethtool_set_channels+0xcb/0x200 [mlx5_core] ethnl_set_channels+0x28f/0x3b0 ethnl_default_set_doit+0xec/0x240 genl_family_rcv_msg_doit+0xd0/0x120 genl_rcv_msg+0x188/0x2c0 ? ethn
---truncated--- (CVE-2024-27014)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: tun: limit printing rate when illegal packet received by tun dev vhost_worker will call tun call backs to receive packets. If too many illegal packets arrives, tun_do_read will keep dumping packet contents. When console is enabled, it will costs much more cpu time to dump packet and soft lockup will be detected. net_ratelimit mechanism can be used to limit the dumping rate. PID: 33036 TASK: ffff949da6f20000 CPU: 23 COMMAND: vhost-32980 #0 [fffffe00003fce50] crash_nmi_callback at ffffffff89249253 #1 [fffffe00003fce58] nmi_handle at ffffffff89225fa3 #2 [fffffe00003fceb0] default_do_nmi at ffffffff8922642e #3 [fffffe00003fced0] do_nmi at ffffffff8922660d #4 [fffffe00003fcef0] end_repeat_nmi at ffffffff89c01663 [exception RIP: io_serial_in+20] RIP: ffffffff89792594 RSP: ffffa655314979e8 RFLAGS: 00000002 RAX: ffffffff89792500 RBX: ffffffff8af428a0 RCX: 0000000000000000 RDX: 00000000000003fd RSI: 0000000000000005 RDI: ffffffff8af428a0 RBP:
0000000000002710 R8: 0000000000000004 R9: 000000000000000f R10: 0000000000000000 R11: ffffffff8acbf64f R12: 0000000000000020 R13: ffffffff8acbf698 R14: 0000000000000058 R15: 0000000000000000 ORIG_RAX:
ffffffffffffffff CS: 0010 SS: 0018 #5 [ffffa655314979e8] io_serial_in at ffffffff89792594 #6 [ffffa655314979e8] wait_for_xmitr at ffffffff89793470 #7 [ffffa65531497a08] serial8250_console_putchar at ffffffff897934f6 #8 [ffffa65531497a20] uart_console_write at ffffffff8978b605 #9 [ffffa65531497a48] serial8250_console_write at ffffffff89796558 #10 [ffffa65531497ac8] console_unlock at ffffffff89316124 #11 [ffffa65531497b10] vprintk_emit at ffffffff89317c07 #12 [ffffa65531497b68] printk at ffffffff89318306 #13 [ffffa65531497bc8] print_hex_dump at ffffffff89650765 #14 [ffffa65531497ca8] tun_do_read at ffffffffc0b06c27 [tun] #15 [ffffa65531497d38] tun_recvmsg at ffffffffc0b06e34 [tun] #16 [ffffa65531497d68] handle_rx at ffffffffc0c5d682 [vhost_net] #17 [ffffa65531497ed0] vhost_worker at ffffffffc0c644dc [vhost] #18 [ffffa65531497f10] kthread at ffffffff892d2e72 #19 [ffffa65531497f50] ret_from_fork at ffffffff89c0022f (CVE-2024-27013)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: netfilter: nf_tables: restore set elements when delete set fails From abort path, nft_mapelem_activate() needs to restore refcounters to the original state. Currently, it uses the set->ops->walk() to iterate over these set elements. The existing set iterator skips inactive elements in the next generation, this does not work from the abort path to restore the original state since it has to skip active elements instead (not inactive ones). This patch moves the check for inactive elements to the set iterator callback, then it reverses the logic for the .activate case which needs to skip active elements. Toggle next generation bit for elements when delete set command is invoked and call nft_clear() from .activate (abort) path to restore the next generation bit. The splat below shows an object in mappings memleak: [43929.457523] ------------[ cut here ]------------ [43929.457532] WARNING: CPU: 0 PID: 1139 at include/net/netfilter/nf_tables.h:1237 nft_setelem_data_deactivate+0xe4/0xf0 [nf_tables] [...] [43929.458014] RIP:
0010:nft_setelem_data_deactivate+0xe4/0xf0 [nf_tables] [43929.458076] Code: 83 f8 01 77 ab 49 8d 7c 24 08 e8 37 5e d0 de 49 8b 6c 24 08 48 8d 7d 50 e8 e9 5c d0 de 8b 45 50 8d 50 ff 89 55 50 85 c0 75 86 <0f> 0b eb 82 0f 0b eb b3 0f 1f 40 00 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 [43929.458081] RSP: 0018:ffff888140f9f4b0 EFLAGS:
00010246 [43929.458086] RAX: 0000000000000000 RBX: ffff8881434f5288 RCX: dffffc0000000000 [43929.458090] RDX: 00000000ffffffff RSI: ffffffffa26d28a7 RDI: ffff88810ecc9550 [43929.458093] RBP: ffff88810ecc9500 R08: 0000000000000001 R09: ffffed10281f3e8f [43929.458096] R10: 0000000000000003 R11: ffff0000ffff0000 R12: ffff8881434f52a0 [43929.458100] R13: ffff888140f9f5f4 R14: ffff888151c7a800 R15: 0000000000000002 [43929.458103] FS: 00007f0c687c4740(0000) GS:ffff888390800000(0000) knlGS:0000000000000000 [43929.458107] CS: 0010 DS: 0000 ES: 0000 CR0: 0000000080050033 [43929.458111] CR2: 00007f58dbe5b008 CR3:
0000000123602005 CR4: 00000000001706f0 [43929.458114] Call Trace: [43929.458118] <TASK> [43929.458121] ?
__warn+0x9f/0x1a0 [43929.458127] ? nft_setelem_data_deactivate+0xe4/0xf0 [nf_tables] [43929.458188] ? report_bug+0x1b1/0x1e0 [43929.458196] ? handle_bug+0x3c/0x70 [43929.458200] ? exc_invalid_op+0x17/0x40 [43929.458211] ? nft_setelem_data_deactivate+0xd7/0xf0 [nf_tables] [43929.458271] ? nft_setelem_data_deactivate+0xe4/0xf0 [nf_tables] [43929.458332] nft_mapelem_deactivate+0x24/0x30 [nf_tables] [43929.458392] nft_rhash_walk+0xdd/0x180 [nf_tables] [43929.458453] ?
__pfx_nft_rhash_walk+0x10/0x10 [nf_tables] [43929.458512] ? rb_insert_color+0x2e/0x280 [43929.458520] nft_map_deactivate+0xdc/0x1e0 [nf_tables] [43929.458582] ? __pfx_nft_map_deactivate+0x10/0x10 [nf_tables] [43929.458642] ? __pfx_nft_mapelem_deactivate+0x10/0x10 [nf_tables] [43929.458701] ?
__rcu_read_unlock+0x46/0x70 [43929.458709] nft_delset+0xff/0x110 [nf_tables] [43929.458769] nft_flush_table+0x16f/0x460 [nf_tables] [43929.458830] nf_tables_deltable+0x501/0x580 [nf_tables] (CVE-2024-27012)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: netfilter: nf_tables: fix memleak in map from abort path The delete set command does not rely on the transaction object for element removal, therefore, a combination of delete element + delete set from the abort path could result in restoring twice the refcount of the mapping. Check for inactive element in the next generation for the delete element command in the abort path, skip restoring state if next generation bit has been already cleared.
This is similar to the activate logic using the set walk iterator. [ 6170.286929] ------------[ cut here ]------------ [ 6170.286939] WARNING: CPU: 6 PID: 790302 at net/netfilter/nf_tables_api.c:2086 nf_tables_chain_destroy+0x1f7/0x220 [nf_tables] [ 6170.287071] Modules linked in: [...] [ 6170.287633] CPU: 6 PID: 790302 Comm: kworker/6:2 Not tainted 6.9.0-rc3+ #365 [ 6170.287768] RIP:
0010:nf_tables_chain_destroy+0x1f7/0x220 [nf_tables] [ 6170.287886] Code: df 48 8d 7d 58 e8 69 2e 3b df 48 8b 7d 58 e8 80 1b 37 df 48 8d 7d 68 e8 57 2e 3b df 48 8b 7d 68 e8 6e 1b 37 df 48 89 ef eb c4 <0f> 0b 48 83 c4 08 5b 5d 41 5c 41 5d 41 5e 41 5f c3 cc cc cc cc 0f [ 6170.287895] RSP: 0018:ffff888134b8fd08 EFLAGS:
00010202 [ 6170.287904] RAX: 0000000000000001 RBX: ffff888125bffb28 RCX: dffffc0000000000 [ 6170.287912] RDX: 0000000000000003 RSI: ffffffffa20298ab RDI: ffff88811ebe4750 [ 6170.287919] RBP: ffff88811ebe4700 R08: ffff88838e812650 R09: fffffbfff0623a55 [ 6170.287926] R10: ffffffff8311d2af R11: 0000000000000001 R12: ffff888125bffb10 [ 6170.287933] R13: ffff888125bffb10 R14: dead000000000122 R15: dead000000000100 [ 6170.287940] FS: 0000000000000000(0000) GS:ffff888390b00000(0000) knlGS:0000000000000000 [ 6170.287948] CS: 0010 DS: 0000 ES: 0000 CR0: 0000000080050033 [ 6170.287955] CR2: 00007fd31fc00710 CR3:
0000000133f60004 CR4: 00000000001706f0 [ 6170.287962] Call Trace: [ 6170.287967] <TASK> [ 6170.287973] ?
__warn+0x9f/0x1a0 [ 6170.287986] ? nf_tables_chain_destroy+0x1f7/0x220 [nf_tables] [ 6170.288092] ? report_bug+0x1b1/0x1e0 [ 6170.287986] ? nf_tables_chain_destroy+0x1f7/0x220 [nf_tables] [ 6170.288092] ? report_bug+0x1b1/0x1e0 [ 6170.288104] ? handle_bug+0x3c/0x70 [ 6170.288112] ? exc_invalid_op+0x17/0x40 [ 6170.288120] ? asm_exc_invalid_op+0x1a/0x20 [ 6170.288132] ? nf_tables_chain_destroy+0x2b/0x220 [nf_tables] [ 6170.288243] ? nf_tables_chain_destroy+0x1f7/0x220 [nf_tables] [ 6170.288366] ? nf_tables_chain_destroy+0x2b/0x220 [nf_tables] [ 6170.288483] nf_tables_trans_destroy_work+0x588/0x590 [nf_tables] (CVE-2024-27011)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: net/sched: Fix mirred deadlock on device recursion When the mirred action is used on a classful egress qdisc and a packet is mirrored or redirected to self we hit a qdisc lock deadlock. See trace below. [..... other info removed for brevity....] [ 82.890906] [ 82.890906] ============================================ [ 82.890906] WARNING:
possible recursive locking detected [ 82.890906] 6.8.0-05205-g77fadd89fe2d-dirty #213 Tainted: G W [ 82.890906] -------------------------------------------- [ 82.890906] ping/418 is trying to acquire lock: [ 82.890906] ffff888006994110 (&sch->q.lock){+.-.}-{3:3}, at: __dev_queue_xmit+0x1778/0x3550 [ 82.890906] [ 82.890906] but task is already holding lock: [ 82.890906] ffff888006994110 (&sch->q.lock){+.-.}-{3:3}, at:
__dev_queue_xmit+0x1778/0x3550 [ 82.890906] [ 82.890906] other info that might help us debug this: [ 82.890906] Possible unsafe locking scenario: [ 82.890906] [ 82.890906] CPU0 [ 82.890906] ---- [ 82.890906] lock(&sch->q.lock); [ 82.890906] lock(&sch->q.lock); [ 82.890906] [ 82.890906] *** DEADLOCK *** [ 82.890906] [..... other info removed for brevity....] Example setup (eth0->eth0) to recreate tc qdisc add dev eth0 root handle 1: htb default 30 tc filter add dev eth0 handle 1: protocol ip prio 2 matchall \ action mirred egress redirect dev eth0 Another example(eth0->eth1->eth0) to recreate tc qdisc add dev eth0 root handle 1: htb default 30 tc filter add dev eth0 handle 1: protocol ip prio 2 matchall \ action mirred egress redirect dev eth1 tc qdisc add dev eth1 root handle 1: htb default 30 tc filter add dev eth1 handle 1: protocol ip prio 2 matchall \ action mirred egress redirect dev eth0 We fix this by adding an owner field (CPU id) to struct Qdisc set after root qdisc is entered. When the softirq enters it a second time, if the qdisc owner is the same CPU, the packet is dropped to break the loop. (CVE-2024-27010)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: s390/cio: fix race condition during online processing A race condition exists in ccw_device_set_online() that can cause the online process to fail, leaving the affected device in an inconsistent state. As a result, subsequent attempts to set that device online fail with return code ENODEV. The problem occurs when a path verification request arrives after a wait for final device state completed, but before the result state is evaluated. Fix this by ensuring that the CCW-device lock is held between determining final state and checking result state. Note that since: commit 2297791c92d0 (s390/cio: dont unregister subchannel from child-drivers) path verification requests are much more likely to occur during boot, resulting in an increased chance of this race condition occurring. (CVE-2024-27009)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: drm: nv04: Fix out of bounds access When Output Resource (dcb->or) value is assigned in fabricate_dcb_output(), there may be out of bounds access to dac_users array in case dcb->or is zero because ffs(dcb->or) is used as index there. The 'or' argument of fabricate_dcb_output() must be interpreted as a number of bit to set, not value. Utilize macros from 'enum nouveau_or' in calls instead of hardcoding. Found by Linux Verification Center (linuxtesting.org) with SVACE. (CVE-2024-27008)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: userfaultfd: change src_folio after ensuring it's unpinned in UFFDIO_MOVE Commit d7a08838ab74 (mm: userfaultfd: fix unexpected change to src_folio when UFFDIO_MOVE fails) moved the src_folio->{mapping, index} changing to after clearing the page-table and ensuring that it's not pinned. This avoids failure of swapout+migration and possibly memory corruption. However, the commit missed fixing it in the huge-page case. (CVE-2024-27007)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: thermal/debugfs: Add missing count increment to thermal_debug_tz_trip_up() The count field in struct trip_stats, representing the number of times the zone temperature was above the trip point, needs to be incremented in thermal_debug_tz_trip_up(), for two reasons. First, if a trip point is crossed on the way up for the first time, thermal_debug_update_temp() called from update_temperature() does not see it because it has not been added to trips_crossed[] array in the thermal zone's struct tz_debugfs object yet. Therefore, when thermal_debug_tz_trip_up() is called after that, the trip point's count value is 0, and the attempt to divide by it during the average temperature computation leads to a divide error which causes the kernel to crash. Setting the count to 1 before the division by incrementing it fixes this problem. Second, if a trip point is crossed on the way up, but it has been crossed on the way up already before, its count value needs to be incremented to make a record of the fact that the zone temperature is above the trip now.
Without doing that, if the mitigations applied after crossing the trip cause the zone temperature to drop below its threshold, the count will not be updated for this episode at all and the average temperature in the trip statistics record will be somewhat higher than it should be. Cc :6.8+ <[email protected]> # 6.8+ (CVE-2024-27006)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: interconnect: Don't access req_list while it's being manipulated The icc_lock mutex was split into separate icc_lock and icc_bw_lock mutexes in [1] to avoid lockdep splats. However, this didn't adequately protect access to icc_node::req_list. The icc_set_bw() function will eventually iterate over req_list while only holding icc_bw_lock, but req_list can be modified while only holding icc_lock. This causes races between icc_set_bw(), of_icc_get(), and icc_put(). Example A: CPU0 CPU1 ---- ---- icc_set_bw(path_a) mutex_lock(&icc_bw_lock); icc_put(path_b) mutex_lock(&icc_lock); aggregate_requests() hlist_for_each_entry(r, ... hlist_del(... <r = invalid pointer> Example B: CPU0 CPU1 ---- ---- icc_set_bw(path_a) mutex_lock(&icc_bw_lock); path_b = of_icc_get() of_icc_get_by_index() mutex_lock(&icc_lock); path_find() path_init() aggregate_requests() hlist_for_each_entry(r, ... hlist_add_head(... <r = invalid pointer> Fix this by ensuring icc_bw_lock is always held before manipulating icc_node::req_list. The additional places icc_bw_lock is held don't perform any memory allocations, so we should still be safe from the original lockdep splats that motivated the separate locks. [1] commit af42269c3523 (interconnect: Fix locking for runpm vs reclaim) (CVE-2024-27005)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: clk: Get runtime PM before walking tree during disable_unused Doug reported [1] the following hung task: INFO: task swapper/0:1 blocked for more than 122 seconds. Not tainted 5.15.149-21875-gf795ebc40eb8 #1 echo 0 > /proc/sys/kernel/hung_task_timeout_secs disables this message. task:swapper/0 state:D stack: 0 pid: 1 ppid: 0 flags:0x00000008 Call trace: __switch_to+0xf4/0x1f4 __schedule+0x418/0xb80 schedule+0x5c/0x10c rpm_resume+0xe0/0x52c rpm_resume+0x178/0x52c __pm_runtime_resume+0x58/0x98 clk_pm_runtime_get+0x30/0xb0 clk_disable_unused_subtree+0x58/0x208 clk_disable_unused_subtree+0x38/0x208 clk_disable_unused_subtree+0x38/0x208 clk_disable_unused_subtree+0x38/0x208 clk_disable_unused_subtree+0x38/0x208 clk_disable_unused+0x4c/0xe4 do_one_initcall+0xcc/0x2d8 do_initcall_level+0xa4/0x148 do_initcalls+0x5c/0x9c do_basic_setup+0x24/0x30 kernel_init_freeable+0xec/0x164 kernel_init+0x28/0x120 ret_from_fork+0x10/0x20 INFO: task kworker/u16:0:9 blocked for more than 122 seconds. Not tainted 5.15.149-21875-gf795ebc40eb8 #1 echo 0 > /proc/sys/kernel/hung_task_timeout_secs disables this message. task:kworker/u16:0 state:D stack: 0 pid: 9 ppid: 2 flags:0x00000008 Workqueue: events_unbound deferred_probe_work_func Call trace:
__switch_to+0xf4/0x1f4 __schedule+0x418/0xb80 schedule+0x5c/0x10c schedule_preempt_disabled+0x2c/0x48
__mutex_lock+0x238/0x488 __mutex_lock_slowpath+0x1c/0x28 mutex_lock+0x50/0x74 clk_prepare_lock+0x7c/0x9c clk_core_prepare_lock+0x20/0x44 clk_prepare+0x24/0x30 clk_bulk_prepare+0x40/0xb0 mdss_runtime_resume+0x54/0x1c8 pm_generic_runtime_resume+0x30/0x44 __genpd_runtime_resume+0x68/0x7c genpd_runtime_resume+0x108/0x1f4 __rpm_callback+0x84/0x144 rpm_callback+0x30/0x88 rpm_resume+0x1f4/0x52c rpm_resume+0x178/0x52c __pm_runtime_resume+0x58/0x98 __device_attach+0xe0/0x170 device_initial_probe+0x1c/0x28 bus_probe_device+0x3c/0x9c device_add+0x644/0x814 mipi_dsi_device_register_full+0xe4/0x170 devm_mipi_dsi_device_register_full+0x28/0x70 ti_sn_bridge_probe+0x1dc/0x2c0 auxiliary_bus_probe+0x4c/0x94 really_probe+0xcc/0x2c8
__driver_probe_device+0xa8/0x130 driver_probe_device+0x48/0x110 __device_attach_driver+0xa4/0xcc bus_for_each_drv+0x8c/0xd8 __device_attach+0xf8/0x170 device_initial_probe+0x1c/0x28 bus_probe_device+0x3c/0x9c deferred_probe_work_func+0x9c/0xd8 process_one_work+0x148/0x518 worker_thread+0x138/0x350 kthread+0x138/0x1e0 ret_from_fork+0x10/0x20 The first thread is walking the clk tree and calling clk_pm_runtime_get() to power on devices required to read the clk hardware via struct clk_ops::is_enabled(). This thread holds the clk prepare_lock, and is trying to runtime PM resume a device, when it finds that the device is in the process of resuming so the thread schedule()s away waiting for the device to finish resuming before continuing. The second thread is runtime PM resuming the same device, but the runtime resume callback is calling clk_prepare(), trying to grab the prepare_lock waiting on the first thread. This is a classic ABBA deadlock. To properly fix the deadlock, we must never runtime PM resume or suspend a device with the clk prepare_lock held. Actually doing that is near impossible today because the global prepare_lock would have to be dropped in the middle of the tree, the device runtime PM resumed/suspended, and then the prepare_lock grabbed again to ensure consistency of the clk tree topology.
If anything changes with the clk tree in the meantime, we've lost and will need to start the operation all over again. Luckily, most of the time we're simply incrementing or decrementing the runtime PM count on an active device, so we don't have the chance to schedule away with the prepare_lock held. Let's fix this immediate problem that can be ---truncated--- (CVE-2024-27004)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: clk: Get runtime PM before walking tree for clk_summary Similar to the previous commit, we should make sure that all devices are runtime resumed before printing the clk_summary through debugfs. Failure to do so would result in a deadlock if the thread is resuming a device to print clk state and that device is also runtime resuming in another thread, e.g the screen is turning on and the display driver is starting up. We remove the calls to clk_pm_runtime_{get,put}() in this path because they're superfluous now that we know the devices are runtime resumed. This also squashes a bug where the return value of clk_pm_runtime_get() wasn't checked, leading to an RPM count underflow on error paths. (CVE-2024-27003)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: clk: mediatek: Do a runtime PM get on controllers during probe mt8183-mfgcfg has a mutual dependency with genpd during the probing stage, which leads to a deadlock in the following call stack: CPU0: genpd_lock --> clk_prepare_lock genpd_power_off_work_fn() genpd_lock() generic_pm_domain::power_off() clk_unprepare() clk_prepare_lock() CPU1: clk_prepare_lock --> genpd_lock clk_register() __clk_core_init() clk_prepare_lock() clk_pm_runtime_get() genpd_lock() Do a runtime PM get at the probe function to make sure clk_register() won't acquire the genpd lock. Instead of only modifying mt8183-mfgcfg, do this on all mediatek clock controller probings because we don't believe this would cause any regression. Verified on MT8183 and MT8192 Chromebooks. (CVE-2024-27002)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: comedi: vmk80xx: fix incomplete endpoint checking While vmk80xx does have endpoint checking implemented, some things can fall through the cracks. Depending on the hardware model, URBs can have either bulk or interrupt type, and current version of vmk80xx_find_usb_endpoints() function does not take that fully into account. While this warning does not seem to be too harmful, at the very least it will crash systems with 'panic_on_warn' set on them. Fix the issue found by Syzkaller [1] by somewhat simplifying the endpoint checking process with usb_find_common_endpoints() and ensuring that only expected endpoint types are present. This patch has not been tested on real hardware. [1] Syzkaller report: usb 1-1: BOGUS urb xfer, pipe 1 != type 3 WARNING:
CPU: 0 PID: 781 at drivers/usb/core/urb.c:504 usb_submit_urb+0xc4e/0x18c0 drivers/usb/core/urb.c:503 ...
Call Trace: <TASK> usb_start_wait_urb+0x113/0x520 drivers/usb/core/message.c:59 vmk80xx_reset_device drivers/comedi/drivers/vmk80xx.c:227 [inline] vmk80xx_auto_attach+0xa1c/0x1a40 drivers/comedi/drivers/vmk80xx.c:818 comedi_auto_config+0x238/0x380 drivers/comedi/drivers.c:1067 usb_probe_interface+0x5cd/0xb00 drivers/usb/core/driver.c:399 ... Similar issue also found by Syzkaller:

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: serial: mxs-auart: add spinlock around changing cts state The uart_handle_cts_change() function in serial_core expects the caller to hold uport->lock. For example, I have seen the below kernel splat, when the Bluetooth driver is loaded on an i.MX28 board. [ 85.119255] ------------[ cut here ]------------ [ 85.124413] WARNING: CPU: 0 PID: 27 at /drivers/tty/serial/serial_core.c:3453 uart_handle_cts_change+0xb4/0xec [ 85.134694] Modules linked in:
hci_uart bluetooth ecdh_generic ecc wlcore_sdio configfs [ 85.143314] CPU: 0 PID: 27 Comm: kworker/u3:0 Not tainted 6.6.3-00021-gd62a2f068f92 #1 [ 85.151396] Hardware name: Freescale MXS (Device Tree) [ 85.156679] Workqueue: hci0 hci_power_on [bluetooth] (...) [ 85.191765] uart_handle_cts_change from mxs_auart_irq_handle+0x380/0x3f4 [ 85.198787] mxs_auart_irq_handle from
__handle_irq_event_percpu+0x88/0x210 (...) (CVE-2024-27000)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: serial/pmac_zilog: Remove flawed mitigation for rx irq flood The mitigation was intended to stop the irq completely. That may be better than a hard lock-up but it turns out that you get a crash anyway if you're using pmac_zilog as a serial console: ttyPZ0: pmz: rx irq flood ! BUG: spinlock recursion on CPU#0, swapper/0 That's because the pr_err() call in pmz_receive_chars() results in pmz_console_write() attempting to lock a spinlock already locked in pmz_interrupt(). With CONFIG_DEBUG_SPINLOCK=y, this produces a fatal BUG splat. The spinlock in question is the one in struct uart_port. Even when it's not fatal, the serial port rx function ceases to work. Also, the iteration limit doesn't play nicely with QEMU, as can be seen in the bug report linked below. A web search for other reports of the error message pmz: rx irq flood didn't produce anything. So I don't think this code is needed any more. Remove it. (CVE-2024-26999)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: serial: core: Clearing the circular buffer before NULLifying it The circular buffer is NULLified in uart_tty_port_shutdown() under the spin lock. However, the PM or other timer based callbacks may still trigger after this event without knowning that buffer pointer is not valid. Since the serial code is a bit inconsistent in checking the buffer state (some rely on the head-tail positions, some on the buffer pointer), it's better to have both aligned, i.e.
buffer pointer to be NULL and head-tail possitions to be the same, meaning it's empty. This will prevent asynchronous calls to dereference NULL pointer as reported recently in 8250 case: BUG: kernel NULL pointer dereference, address: 00000cf5 Workqueue: pm pm_runtime_work EIP: serial8250_tx_chars (drivers/tty/serial/8250/8250_port.c:1809) ... ? serial8250_tx_chars (drivers/tty/serial/8250/8250_port.c:1809) __start_tx (drivers/tty/serial/8250/8250_port.c:1551) serial8250_start_tx (drivers/tty/serial/8250/8250_port.c:1654) serial_port_runtime_suspend (include/linux/serial_core.h:667 drivers/tty/serial/serial_port.c:63) __rpm_callback (drivers/base/power/runtime.c:393) ? serial_port_remove (drivers/tty/serial/serial_port.c:50) rpm_suspend (drivers/base/power/runtime.c:447) The proposed change will prevent ->start_tx() to be called during suspend on shut down port. (CVE-2024-26998)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: usb: gadget: f_ncm: Fix UAF ncm object at re-bind after usb ep transport error When ncm function is working and then stop usb0 interface for link down, eth_stop() is called. At this piont, accidentally if usb transport error should happen in usb_ep_enable(), 'in_ep' and/or 'out_ep' may not be enabled. After that, ncm_disable() is called to disable for ncm unbind but gether_disconnect() is never called since 'in_ep' is not enabled. As the result, ncm object is released in ncm unbind but 'dev->port_usb' associated to 'ncm->port' is not NULL.
And when ncm bind again to recover netdev, ncm object is reallocated but usb0 interface is already associated to previous released ncm object. Therefore, once usb0 interface is up and eth_start_xmit() is called, released ncm object is dereferrenced and it might cause use-after-free memory. [function unlink via configfs] usb0: eth_stop dev->port_usb=ffffff9b179c3200 --> error happens in usb_ep_enable(). NCM:
ncm_disable: ncm=ffffff9b179c3200 --> no gether_disconnect() since ncm->port.in_ep->enabled is false. NCM:
ncm_unbind: ncm unbind ncm=ffffff9b179c3200 NCM: ncm_free: ncm free ncm=ffffff9b179c3200 <-- released ncm [function link via configfs] NCM: ncm_alloc: ncm alloc ncm=ffffff9ac4f8a000 NCM: ncm_bind: ncm bind ncm=ffffff9ac4f8a000 NCM: ncm_set_alt: ncm=ffffff9ac4f8a000 alt=0 usb0: eth_open dev->port_usb=ffffff9b179c3200 <-- previous released ncm usb0: eth_start dev->port_usb=ffffff9b179c3200 <-- eth_start_xmit() --> dev->wrap() Unable to handle kernel paging request at virtual address dead00000000014f This patch addresses the issue by checking if 'ncm->netdev' is not NULL at ncm_disable() to call gether_disconnect() to deassociate 'dev->port_usb'. It's more reasonable to check 'ncm->netdev' to call gether_connect/disconnect rather than check 'ncm->port.in_ep->enabled' since it might not be enabled but the gether connection might be established. (CVE-2024-26996)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: usb: typec: tcpm: Correct the PDO counting in pd_set Off-by-one errors happen because nr_snk_pdo and nr_src_pdo are incorrectly added one.
The index of the loop is equal to the number of PDOs to be updated when leaving the loop and it doesn't need to be added one. When doing the power negotiation, TCPM relies on the nr_snk_pdo as the size of the local sink PDO array to match the Source capabilities of the partner port. If the off-by-one overflow occurs, a wrong RDO might be sent and unexpected power transfer might happen such as over voltage or over current (than expected). nr_src_pdo is used to set the Rp level when the port is in Source role. It is also the array size of the local Source capabilities when filling up the buffer which will be sent as the Source PDOs (such as in Power Negotiation). If the off-by-one overflow occurs, a wrong Rp level might be set and wrong Source PDOs will be sent to the partner port. This could potentially cause over current or port resets. (CVE-2024-26995)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: speakup: Avoid crash on very long word In case a console is set up really large and contains a really long word (> 256 characters), we have to stop before the length of the word buffer. (CVE-2024-26994)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: fs: sysfs: Fix reference leak in sysfs_break_active_protection() The sysfs_break_active_protection() routine has an obvious reference leak in its error path. If the call to kernfs_find_and_get() fails then kn will be NULL, so the companion sysfs_unbreak_active_protection() routine won't get called (and would only cause an access violation by trying to dereference kn->parent if it was called). As a result, the reference to kobj acquired at the start of the function will never be released. Fix the leak by adding an explicit kobject_put() call when kn is NULL. (CVE-2024-26993)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: KVM: x86/pmu: Disable support for adaptive PEBS Drop support for virtualizing adaptive PEBS, as KVM's implementation is architecturally broken without an obvious/easy path forward, and because exposing adaptive PEBS can leak host LBRs to the guest, i.e. can leak host kernel addresses to the guest. Bug #1 is that KVM doesn't account for the upper 32 bits of IA32_FIXED_CTR_CTRL when (re)programming fixed counters, e.g fixed_ctrl_field() drops the upper bits, reprogram_fixed_counters() stores local variables as u8s and truncates the upper bits too, etc. Bug #2 is that, because KVM _always_ sets precise_ip to a non-zero value for PEBS events, perf will _always_ generate an adaptive record, even if the guest requested a basic record. Note, KVM will also enable adaptive PEBS in individual *counter*, even if adaptive PEBS isn't exposed to the guest, but this is benign as MSR_PEBS_DATA_CFG is guaranteed to be zero, i.e. the guest will only ever see Basic records. Bug #3 is in perf. intel_pmu_disable_fixed() doesn't clear the upper bits either, i.e. leaves ICL_FIXED_0_ADAPTIVE set, and intel_pmu_enable_fixed() effectively doesn't clear ICL_FIXED_0_ADAPTIVE either. I.e. perf _always_ enables ADAPTIVE counters, regardless of what KVM requests. Bug #4 is that adaptive PEBS *might* effectively bypass event filters set by the host, as Updated Memory Access Info Group records information that might be disallowed by userspace via KVM_SET_PMU_EVENT_FILTER. Bug #5 is that KVM doesn't ensure LBR MSRs hold guest values (or at least zeros) when entering a vCPU with adaptive PEBS, which allows the guest to read host LBRs, i.e. host RIPs/addresses, by enabling LBR Entries records. Disable adaptive PEBS support as an immediate fix due to the severity of the LBR leak in particular, and because fixing all of the bugs will be non-trivial, e.g. not suitable for backporting to stable kernels. Note! This will break live migration, but trying to make KVM play nice with live migration would be quite complicated, wouldn't be guaranteed to work (i.e. KVM might still kill/confuse the guest), and it's not clear that there are any publicly available VMMs that support adaptive PEBS, let alone live migrate VMs that support adaptive PEBS, e.g. QEMU doesn't support PEBS in any capacity. (CVE-2024-26992)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: KVM: x86/mmu: x86: Don't overflow lpage_info when checking attributes Fix KVM_SET_MEMORY_ATTRIBUTES to not overflow lpage_info array and trigger KASAN splat, as seen in the private_mem_conversions_test selftest. When memory attributes are set on a GFN range, that range will have specific properties applied to the TDP. A huge page cannot be used when the attributes are inconsistent, so they are disabled for those the specific huge pages. For internal KVM reasons, huge pages are also not allowed to span adjacent memslots regardless of whether the backing memory could be mapped as huge. What GFNs support which huge page sizes is tracked by an array of arrays 'lpage_info' on the memslot, of kvm_lpage_info' structs. Each index of lpage_info contains a vmalloc allocated array of these for a specific supported page size. The kvm_lpage_info denotes whether a specific huge page (GFN and page size) on the memslot is supported. These arrays include indices for unaligned head and tail huge pages. Preventing huge pages from spanning adjacent memslot is covered by incrementing the count in head and tail kvm_lpage_info when the memslot is allocated, but disallowing huge pages for memory that has mixed attributes has to be done in a more complicated way. During the KVM_SET_MEMORY_ATTRIBUTES ioctl KVM updates lpage_info for each memslot in the range that has mismatched attributes. KVM does this a memslot at a time, and marks a special bit, KVM_LPAGE_MIXED_FLAG, in the kvm_lpage_info for any huge page.
This bit is essentially a permanently elevated count. So huge pages will not be mapped for the GFN at that page size if the count is elevated in either case: a huge head or tail page unaligned to the memslot or if KVM_LPAGE_MIXED_FLAG is set because it has mixed attributes. To determine whether a huge page has consistent attributes, the KVM_SET_MEMORY_ATTRIBUTES operation checks an xarray to make sure it consistently has the incoming attribute. Since level - 1 huge pages are aligned to level huge pages, it employs an optimization. As long as the level - 1 huge pages are checked first, it can just check these and assume that if each level - 1 huge page contained within the level sized huge page is not mixed, then the level size huge page is not mixed. This optimization happens in the helper hugepage_has_attrs().
Unfortunately, although the kvm_lpage_info array representing page size 'level' will contain an entry for an unaligned tail page of size level, the array for level - 1 will not contain an entry for each GFN at page size level. The level - 1 array will only contain an index for any unaligned region covered by level
- 1 huge page size, which can be a smaller region. So this causes the optimization to overflow the level - 1 kvm_lpage_info and perform a vmalloc out of bounds read. In some cases of head and tail pages where an overflow could happen, callers skip the operation completely as KVM_LPAGE_MIXED_FLAG is not required to prevent huge pages as discussed earlier. But for memslots that are smaller than the 1GB page size, it does call hugepage_has_attrs(). In this case the huge page is both the head and tail page. The issue can be observed simply by compiling the kernel with CONFIG_KASAN_VMALLOC and running the selftest private_mem_conversions_test, which produces the output like the following: BUG: KASAN: vmalloc-out-of- bounds in hugepage_has_attrs+0x7e/0x110 Read of size 4 at addr ffffc900000a3008 by task private_mem_con/169 Call Trace: dump_stack_lvl print_report ? __virt_addr_valid ? hugepage_has_attrs ? hugepage_has_attrs kasan_report ? hugepage_has_attrs hugepage_has_attrs kvm_arch_post_set_memory_attributes kvm_vm_ioctl It is a little ambiguous whether the unaligned head page (in the bug case also the tail page) should be expected to have KVM_LPAGE_MIXED_FLAG set. It is not functionally required, as the unal ---truncated--- (CVE-2024-26991)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: KVM: x86/mmu: Write-protect L2 SPTEs in TDP MMU when clearing dirty status Check kvm_mmu_page_ad_need_write_protect() when deciding whether to write-protect or clear D-bits on TDP MMU SPTEs, so that the TDP MMU accounts for any role-specific reasons for disabling D-bit dirty logging. Specifically, TDP MMU SPTEs must be write-protected when the TDP MMU is being used to run an L2 (i.e. L1 has disabled EPT) and PML is enabled. KVM always disables PML when running L2, even when L1 and L2 GPAs are in the some domain, so failing to write-protect TDP MMU SPTEs will cause writes made by L2 to not be reflected in the dirty log. [sean: massage shortlog and changelog, tweak ternary op formatting] (CVE-2024-26990)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: arm64: hibernate: Fix level3 translation fault in swsusp_save() On arm64 machines, swsusp_save() faults if it attempts to access MEMBLOCK_NOMAP memory ranges. This can be reproduced in QEMU using UEFI when booting with rodata=off debug_pagealloc=off and CONFIG_KFENCE=n: Unable to handle kernel paging request at virtual address ffffff8000000000 Mem abort info: ESR = 0x0000000096000007 EC = 0x25: DABT (current EL), IL = 32 bits SET = 0, FnV = 0 EA = 0, S1PTW = 0 FSC = 0x07: level 3 translation fault Data abort info: ISV = 0, ISS = 0x00000007, ISS2 = 0x00000000 CM = 0, WnR = 0, TnD = 0, TagAccess = 0 GCS = 0, Overlay = 0, DirtyBit = 0, Xs = 0 swapper pgtable: 4k pages, 39-bit VAs, pgdp=00000000eeb0b000 [ffffff8000000000] pgd=180000217fff9803, p4d=180000217fff9803, pud=180000217fff9803, pmd=180000217fff8803, pte=0000000000000000 Internal error: Oops: 0000000096000007 [#1] SMP Internal error: Oops:
0000000096000007 [#1] SMP Modules linked in: xt_multiport ipt_REJECT nf_reject_ipv4 xt_conntrack nf_conntrack nf_defrag_ipv6 nf_defrag_ipv4 libcrc32c iptable_filter bpfilter rfkill at803x snd_hda_codec_hdmi snd_hda_intel snd_intel_dspcfg dwmac_generic stmmac_platform snd_hda_codec stmmac joydev pcs_xpcs snd_hda_core phylink ppdev lp parport ramoops reed_solomon ip_tables x_tables nls_iso8859_1 vfat multipath linear amdgpu amdxcp drm_exec gpu_sched drm_buddy hid_generic usbhid hid radeon video drm_suballoc_helper drm_ttm_helper ttm i2c_algo_bit drm_display_helper cec drm_kms_helper drm CPU: 0 PID: 3663 Comm: systemd-sleep Not tainted 6.6.2+ #76 Source Version:
4e22ed63a0a48e7a7cff9b98b7806d8d4add7dc0 Hardware name: Greatwall GW-XXXXXX-XXX/GW-XXXXXX-XXX, BIOS KunLun BIOS V4.0 01/19/2021 pstate: 600003c5 (nZCv DAIF -PAN -UAO -TCO -DIT -SSBS BTYPE=--) pc :
swsusp_save+0x280/0x538 lr : swsusp_save+0x280/0x538 sp : ffffffa034a3fa40 x29: ffffffa034a3fa40 x28:
ffffff8000001000 x27: 0000000000000000 x26: ffffff8001400000 x25: ffffffc08113e248 x24: 0000000000000000 x23: 0000000000080000 x22: ffffffc08113e280 x21: 00000000000c69f2 x20: ffffff8000000000 x19:
ffffffc081ae2500 x18: 0000000000000000 x17: 6666662074736420 x16: 3030303030303030 x15: 3038666666666666 x14: 0000000000000b69 x13: ffffff9f89088530 x12: 00000000ffffffea x11: 00000000ffff7fff x10:
00000000ffff7fff x9 : ffffffc08193f0d0 x8 : 00000000000bffe8 x7 : c0000000ffff7fff x6 : 0000000000000001 x5 : ffffffa0fff09dc8 x4 : 0000000000000000 x3 : 0000000000000027 x2 : 0000000000000000 x1 :
0000000000000000 x0 : 000000000000004e Call trace: swsusp_save+0x280/0x538 swsusp_arch_suspend+0x148/0x190 hibernation_snapshot+0x240/0x39c hibernate+0xc4/0x378 state_store+0xf0/0x10c kobj_attr_store+0x14/0x24 The reason is swsusp_save() -> copy_data_pages() -> page_is_saveable() -> kernel_page_present() assuming that a page is always present when can_set_direct_map() is false (all of rodata_full, debug_pagealloc_enabled() and arm64_kfence_can_set_direct_map() false), irrespective of the MEMBLOCK_NOMAP ranges. Such MEMBLOCK_NOMAP regions should not be saved during hibernation. This problem was introduced by changes to the pfn_valid() logic in commit a7d9f306ba70 (arm64: drop pfn_valid_within() and simplify pfn_valid()).
Similar to other architectures, drop the !can_set_direct_map() check in kernel_page_present() so that page_is_savable() skips such pages. [[email protected]: rework commit message] (CVE-2024-26989)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: init/main.c: Fix potential static_command_line memory overflow We allocate memory of size 'xlen + strlen(boot_command_line) + 1' for static_command_line, but the strings copied into static_command_line are extra_command_line and command_line, rather than extra_command_line and boot_command_line. When strlen(command_line) > strlen(boot_command_line), static_command_line will overflow. This patch just recovers strlen(command_line) which was miss-consolidated with strlen(boot_command_line) in the commit f5c7310ac73e (init/main: add checks for the return value of memblock_alloc*()) (CVE-2024-26988)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: mm/memory-failure: fix deadlock when hugetlb_optimize_vmemmap is enabled When I did hard offline test with hugetlb pages, below deadlock occurs: ====================================================== WARNING: possible circular locking dependency detected 6.8.0-11409-gf6cef5f8c37f #1 Not tainted
------------------------------------------------------ bash/46904 is trying to acquire lock:
ffffffffabe68910 (cpu_hotplug_lock){++++}-{0:0}, at: static_key_slow_dec+0x16/0x60 but task is already holding lock: ffffffffabf92ea8 (pcp_batch_high_lock){+.+.}-{3:3}, at: zone_pcp_disable+0x16/0x40 which lock already depends on the new lock. the existing dependency chain (in reverse order) is: -> #1 (pcp_batch_high_lock){+.+.}-{3:3}: __mutex_lock+0x6c/0x770 page_alloc_cpu_online+0x3c/0x70 cpuhp_invoke_callback+0x397/0x5f0 __cpuhp_invoke_callback_range+0x71/0xe0 _cpu_up+0xeb/0x210 cpu_up+0x91/0xe0 cpuhp_bringup_mask+0x49/0xb0 bringup_nonboot_cpus+0xb7/0xe0 smp_init+0x25/0xa0 kernel_init_freeable+0x15f/0x3e0 kernel_init+0x15/0x1b0 ret_from_fork+0x2f/0x50 ret_from_fork_asm+0x1a/0x30 -> #0 (cpu_hotplug_lock){++++}-{0:0}: __lock_acquire+0x1298/0x1cd0 lock_acquire+0xc0/0x2b0 cpus_read_lock+0x2a/0xc0 static_key_slow_dec+0x16/0x60
__hugetlb_vmemmap_restore_folio+0x1b9/0x200 dissolve_free_huge_page+0x211/0x260
__page_handle_poison+0x45/0xc0 memory_failure+0x65e/0xc70 hard_offline_page_store+0x55/0xa0 kernfs_fop_write_iter+0x12c/0x1d0 vfs_write+0x387/0x550 ksys_write+0x64/0xe0 do_syscall_64+0xca/0x1e0 entry_SYSCALL_64_after_hwframe+0x6d/0x75 other info that might help us debug this: Possible unsafe locking scenario: CPU0 CPU1 ---- ---- lock(pcp_batch_high_lock); lock(cpu_hotplug_lock);
lock(pcp_batch_high_lock); rlock(cpu_hotplug_lock); *** DEADLOCK *** 5 locks held by bash/46904: #0:
ffff98f6c3bb23f0 (sb_writers#5){.+.+}-{0:0}, at: ksys_write+0x64/0xe0 #1: ffff98f6c328e488 (&of->mutex){+.+.}-{3:3}, at: kernfs_fop_write_iter+0xf8/0x1d0 #2: ffff98ef83b31890 (kn->active#113){.+.+}-{0:0}, at: kernfs_fop_write_iter+0x100/0x1d0 #3: ffffffffabf9db48 (mf_mutex){+.+.}-{3:3}, at: memory_failure+0x44/0xc70 #4: ffffffffabf92ea8 (pcp_batch_high_lock){+.+.}-{3:3}, at: zone_pcp_disable+0x16/0x40 stack backtrace: CPU: 10 PID: 46904 Comm: bash Kdump: loaded Not tainted 6.8.0-11409-gf6cef5f8c37f #1 Hardware name: QEMU Standard PC (i440FX + PIIX, 1996), BIOS rel-1.14.0-0-g155821a1990b-prebuilt.qemu.org 04/01/2014 Call Trace: <TASK> dump_stack_lvl+0x68/0xa0 check_noncircular+0x129/0x140 __lock_acquire+0x1298/0x1cd0 lock_acquire+0xc0/0x2b0 cpus_read_lock+0x2a/0xc0 static_key_slow_dec+0x16/0x60
__hugetlb_vmemmap_restore_folio+0x1b9/0x200 dissolve_free_huge_page+0x211/0x260
__page_handle_poison+0x45/0xc0 memory_failure+0x65e/0xc70 hard_offline_page_store+0x55/0xa0 kernfs_fop_write_iter+0x12c/0x1d0 vfs_write+0x387/0x550 ksys_write+0x64/0xe0 do_syscall_64+0xca/0x1e0 entry_SYSCALL_64_after_hwframe+0x6d/0x75 RIP: 0033:0x7fc862314887 Code: 10 00 f7 d8 64 89 02 48 c7 c0 ff ff ff ff eb b7 0f 1f 00 f3 0f 1e fa 64 8b 04 25 18 00 00 00 85 c0 75 10 b8 01 00 00 00 0f 05 <48> 3d 00 f0 ff ff 77 51 c3 48 83 ec 28 48 89 54 24 18 48 89 74 24 RSP: 002b:00007fff19311268 EFLAGS: 00000246 ORIG_RAX: 0000000000000001 RAX: ffffffffffffffda RBX: 000000000000000c RCX: 00007fc862314887 RDX:
000000000000000c RSI: 000056405645fe10 RDI: 0000000000000001 RBP: 000056405645fe10 R08: 00007fc8623d1460 R09: 000000007fffffff R10: 0000000000000000 R11: 0000000000000246 R12: 000000000000000c R13:
00007fc86241b780 R14: 00007fc862417600 R15: 00007fc862416a00 In short, below scene breaks the
---truncated--- (CVE-2024-26987)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: drm/amdkfd: Fix memory leak in create_process failure Fix memory leak due to a leaked mmget reference on an error handling code path that is triggered when attempting to create KFD processes while a GPU reset is in progress. (CVE-2024-26986)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: drm/xe: Fix bo leak in intel_fb_bo_framebuffer_init Add a unreference bo in the error path, to prevent leaking a bo ref. Return 0 on success to clarify the success path. (cherry picked from commit a2f3d731be3893e730417ae3190760fcaffdf549) (CVE-2024-26985)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: nouveau: fix instmem race condition around ptr stores Running a lot of VK CTS in parallel against nouveau, once every few hours you might see something like this crash. BUG: kernel NULL pointer dereference, address: 0000000000000008 PGD 8000000114e6e067 P4D 8000000114e6e067 PUD 109046067 PMD 0 Oops: 0000 [#1] PREEMPT SMP PTI CPU: 7 PID:
53891 Comm: deqp-vk Not tainted 6.8.0-rc6+ #27 Hardware name: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. Z390 I AORUS PRO WIFI/Z390 I AORUS PRO WIFI-CF, BIOS F8 11/05/2021 RIP: 0010:gp100_vmm_pgt_mem+0xe3/0x180 [nouveau] Code: c7 48 01 c8 49 89 45 58 85 d2 0f 84 95 00 00 00 41 0f b7 46 12 49 8b 7e 08 89 da 42 8d 2c f8 48 8b 47 08 41 83 c7 01 48 89 ee <48> 8b 40 08 ff d0 0f 1f 00 49 8b 7e 08 48 89 d9 48 8d 75 04 48 c1 RSP:
0000:ffffac20c5857838 EFLAGS: 00010202 RAX: 0000000000000000 RBX: 00000000004d8001 RCX: 0000000000000001 RDX: 00000000004d8001 RSI: 00000000000006d8 RDI: ffffa07afe332180 RBP: 00000000000006d8 R08:
ffffac20c5857ad0 R09: 0000000000ffff10 R10: 0000000000000001 R11: ffffa07af27e2de0 R12: 000000000000001c R13: ffffac20c5857ad0 R14: ffffa07a96fe9040 R15: 000000000000001c FS: 00007fe395eed7c0(0000) GS:ffffa07e2c980000(0000) knlGS:0000000000000000 CS: 0010 DS: 0000 ES: 0000 CR0: 0000000080050033 CR2:
0000000000000008 CR3: 000000011febe001 CR4: 00000000003706f0 DR0: 0000000000000000 DR1: 0000000000000000 DR2: 0000000000000000 DR3: 0000000000000000 DR6: 00000000fffe0ff0 DR7: 0000000000000400 Call Trace: ... ? gp100_vmm_pgt_mem+0xe3/0x180 [nouveau] ? gp100_vmm_pgt_mem+0x37/0x180 [nouveau] nvkm_vmm_iter+0x351/0xa20 [nouveau] ? __pfx_nvkm_vmm_ref_ptes+0x10/0x10 [nouveau] ? __pfx_gp100_vmm_pgt_mem+0x10/0x10 [nouveau] ?
__pfx_gp100_vmm_pgt_mem+0x10/0x10 [nouveau] ? __lock_acquire+0x3ed/0x2170 ?
__pfx_gp100_vmm_pgt_mem+0x10/0x10 [nouveau] nvkm_vmm_ptes_get_map+0xc2/0x100 [nouveau] ?
__pfx_nvkm_vmm_ref_ptes+0x10/0x10 [nouveau] ? __pfx_gp100_vmm_pgt_mem+0x10/0x10 [nouveau] nvkm_vmm_map_locked+0x224/0x3a0 [nouveau] Adding any sort of useful debug usually makes it go away, so I hand wrote the function in a line, and debugged the asm. Every so often pt->memory->ptrs is NULL. This ptrs ptr is set in the nv50_instobj_acquire called from nvkm_kmap. If Thread A and Thread B both get to nv50_instobj_acquire around the same time, and Thread A hits the refcount_set line, and in lockstep thread B succeeds at refcount_inc_not_zero, there is a chance the ptrs value won't have been stored since refcount_set is unordered. Force a memory barrier here, I picked smp_mb, since we want it on all CPUs and it's write followed by a read. v2: use paired smp_rmb/smp_wmb. (CVE-2024-26984)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: bootconfig: use memblock_free_late to free xbc memory to buddy On the time to free xbc memory in xbc_exit(), memblock may has handed over memory to buddy allocator. So it doesn't make sense to free memory back to memblock. memblock_free() called by xbc_exit() even causes UAF bugs on architectures with CONFIG_ARCH_KEEP_MEMBLOCK disabled like x86.
Following KASAN logs shows this case. This patch fixes the xbc memory free problem by calling memblock_free() in early xbc init error rewind path and calling memblock_free_late() in xbc exit path to free memory to buddy allocator. [ 9.410890] ================================================================== [ 9.418962] BUG: KASAN: use-after-free in memblock_isolate_range+0x12d/0x260 [ 9.426850] Read of size 8 at addr ffff88845dd30000 by task swapper/0/1 [ 9.435901] CPU: 9 PID: 1 Comm: swapper/0 Tainted: G U 6.9.0-rc3-00208-g586b5dfb51b9 #5 [ 9.446403] Hardware name: Intel Corporation RPLP LP5 (CPU:RaptorLake)/RPLP LP5 (ID:13), BIOS IRPPN02. Dec 28 2023 [ 9.460789] Call Trace: [ 9.463518] <TASK> [ 9.465859] dump_stack_lvl+0x53/0x70 [ 9.469949] print_report+0xce/0x610 [ 9.473944] ? __virt_addr_valid+0xf5/0x1b0 [ 9.478619] ? memblock_isolate_range+0x12d/0x260 [ 9.483877] kasan_report+0xc6/0x100 [ 9.487870] ? memblock_isolate_range+0x12d/0x260 [ 9.493125] memblock_isolate_range+0x12d/0x260 [ 9.498187] memblock_phys_free+0xb4/0x160 [ 9.502762] ? __pfx_memblock_phys_free+0x10/0x10 [ 9.508021] ? mutex_unlock+0x7e/0xd0 [ 9.512111] ? __pfx_mutex_unlock+0x10/0x10 [ 9.516786] ? kernel_init_freeable+0x2d4/0x430 [ 9.521850] ? __pfx_kernel_init+0x10/0x10 [ 9.526426] xbc_exit+0x17/0x70 [ 9.529935] kernel_init+0x38/0x1e0 [ 9.533829] ? _raw_spin_unlock_irq+0xd/0x30 [ 9.538601] ret_from_fork+0x2c/0x50 [ 9.542596] ? __pfx_kernel_init+0x10/0x10 [ 9.547170] ret_from_fork_asm+0x1a/0x30 [ 9.551552] </TASK> [ 9.555649] The buggy address belongs to the physical page: [ 9.561875] page:
refcount:0 mapcount:0 mapping:0000000000000000 index:0x1 pfn:0x45dd30 [ 9.570821] flags:
0x200000000000000(node=0|zone=2) [ 9.576271] page_type: 0xffffffff() [ 9.580167] raw: 0200000000000000 ffffea0011774c48 ffffea0012ba1848 0000000000000000 [ 9.588823] raw: 0000000000000001 0000000000000000 00000000ffffffff 0000000000000000 [ 9.597476] page dumped because: kasan: bad access detected [ 9.605362] Memory state around the buggy address: [ 9.610714] ffff88845dd2ff00: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 [ 9.618786] ffff88845dd2ff80: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 [ 9.626857] >ffff88845dd30000: ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff [ 9.634930] ^ [ 9.638534] ffff88845dd30080: ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff [ 9.646605] ffff88845dd30100: ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff [ 9.654675] ================================================================== (CVE-2024-26983)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: Squashfs: check the inode number is not the invalid value of zero Syskiller has produced an out of bounds access in fill_meta_index(). That out of bounds access is ultimately caused because the inode has an inode number with the invalid value of zero, which was not checked. The reason this causes the out of bounds access is due to following sequence of events: 1. Fill_meta_index() is called to allocate (via empty_meta_index()) and fill a metadata index.
It however suffers a data read error and aborts, invalidating the newly returned empty metadata index. It does this by setting the inode number of the index to zero, which means unused (zero is not a valid inode number). 2. When fill_meta_index() is subsequently called again on another read operation, locate_meta_index() returns the previous index because it matches the inode number of 0. Because this index has been returned it is expected to have been filled, and because it hasn't been, an out of bounds access is performed. This patch adds a sanity check which checks that the inode number is not zero when the inode is created and returns -EINVAL if it is. [[email protected]: whitespace fix] Link:
https://lkml.kernel.org/r/[email protected] (CVE-2024-26982)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: nilfs2: fix OOB in nilfs_set_de_type The size of the nilfs_type_by_mode array in the fs/nilfs2/dir.c file is defined as S_IFMT >> S_SHIFT, but the nilfs_set_de_type() function, which uses this array, specifies the index to read from the array in the same way as (mode & S_IFMT) >> S_SHIFT. static void nilfs_set_de_type(struct nilfs_dir_entry *de, struct inode *inode) { umode_t mode = inode->i_mode; de->file_type = nilfs_type_by_mode[(mode & S_IFMT)>>S_SHIFT]; // oob } However, when the index is determined this way, an out-of-bounds (OOB) error occurs by referring to an index that is 1 larger than the array size when the condition mode & S_IFMT == S_IFMT is satisfied. Therefore, a patch to resize the nilfs_type_by_mode array should be applied to prevent OOB errors. (CVE-2024-26981)

- In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: ksmbd: fix slab-out-of-bounds in smb2_allocate_rsp_buf If ->ProtocolId is SMB2_TRANSFORM_PROTO_NUM, smb2 request size validation could be skipped. if request size is smaller than sizeof(struct smb2_query_info_req), slab-out-of-bounds read can happen in smb2_allocate_rsp_buf(). This patch allocate response buffer after decrypting transform request.
smb3_decrypt_req() will validate transform request size and avoid slab-out-of-bound in smb2_allocate_rsp_buf(). (CVE-2024-26980)

Note that Nessus has not tested for these issues but has instead relied only on the application's self-reported version number.


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Plugin Details

Severity: High

ID: 194942

File Name: fedora_2024-010fe8772a.nasl

Version: 1.1

Type: local

Agent: unix

Published: 5/2/2024

Updated: 5/24/2024

Supported Sensors: Frictionless Assessment Agent, Nessus Agent, Agentless Assessment, Nessus

Risk Information


Risk Factor: High

Score: 7.4


Risk Factor: High

Base Score: 7.8

Temporal Score: 5.8

Vector: CVSS2#AV:N/AC:L/Au:N/C:N/I:N/A:C

CVSS Score Source: CVE-2024-27013


Risk Factor: High

Base Score: 7.8

Temporal Score: 6.8

Vector: CVSS:3.0/AV:L/AC:L/PR:L/UI:N/S:U/C:H/I:H/A:H

Temporal Vector: CVSS:3.0/E:U/RL:O/RC:C

CVSS Score Source: CVE-2024-27022

Vulnerability Information

CPE: cpe:/o:fedoraproject:fedora:40, p-cpe:/a:fedoraproject:fedora:kernel

Required KB Items: Host/local_checks_enabled, Host/RedHat/release, Host/RedHat/rpm-list

Exploit Ease: No known exploits are available

Patch Publication Date: 4/27/2024

Vulnerability Publication Date: 4/23/2024

Reference Information

CVE: CVE-2024-26922, CVE-2024-26924, CVE-2024-26980, CVE-2024-26981, CVE-2024-26982, CVE-2024-26983, CVE-2024-26984, CVE-2024-26985, CVE-2024-26986, CVE-2024-26987, CVE-2024-26988, CVE-2024-26989, CVE-2024-26990, CVE-2024-26991, CVE-2024-26992, CVE-2024-26993, CVE-2024-26994, CVE-2024-26995, CVE-2024-26996, CVE-2024-26998, CVE-2024-26999, CVE-2024-27000, CVE-2024-27001, CVE-2024-27002, CVE-2024-27003, CVE-2024-27004, CVE-2024-27005, CVE-2024-27006, CVE-2024-27007, CVE-2024-27008, CVE-2024-27009, CVE-2024-27010, CVE-2024-27011, CVE-2024-27012, CVE-2024-27013, CVE-2024-27014, CVE-2024-27015, CVE-2024-27016, CVE-2024-27017, CVE-2024-27018, CVE-2024-27019, CVE-2024-27020, CVE-2024-27021, CVE-2024-27022