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IDDescriptionPriorityModified dateFixed Release
CVE-2024-36081 Westermo EDW-100 devices through 2024-05-03 allow an unauthenticated user to download a configuration file containing a cleartext password. NOTE: this is a serial-to-Ethernet converter that should not be placed at the edge of the network. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36080 Westermo EDW-100 devices through 2024-05-03 have a hidden root user account with a hardcoded password that cannot be changed. NOTE: this is a serial-to-Ethernet converter that should not be placed at the edge of the network. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36078 In Zammad before 6.3.1, a Ruby gem bundled by Zammad is installed with world-writable file permissions. This allowed a local attacker on the server to modify the gem\'s files, injecting arbitrary code into Zammad processes (which run with the environment and permissions of the Zammad user). -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36077 Qlik Sense Enterprise for Windows before 14.187.4 allows a remote attacker to elevate their privilege due to improper validation. The attacker can elevate their privilege to the internal system role, which allows them to execute commands on the server. This affects February 2024 Patch 3 (14.173.3 through 14.173.7), November 2023 Patch 8 (14.159.4 through 14.159.13), August 2023 Patch 13 (14.139.3 through 14.139.20), May 2023 Patch 15 (14.129.3 through 14.129.22), February 2023 Patch 13 (14.113.1 through 14.113.18), November 2022 Patch 13 (14.97.2 through 14.97.18), August 2022 Patch 16 (14.78.3 through 14.78.23), and May 2022 Patch 17 (14.67.7 through 14.67.31). This has been fixed in May 2024 (14.187.4), February 2024 Patch 4 (14.173.8), November 2023 Patch 9 (14.159.14), August 2023 Patch 14 (14.139.21), May 2023 Patch 16 (14.129.23), February 2023 Patch 14 (14.113.19), November 2022 Patch 14 (14.97.19), August 2022 Patch 17 (14.78.25), and May 2022 Patch 18 (14.67.34). -- May 22, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36076 Cross-Site WebSocket Hijacking in SysReptor from version 2024.28 to version 2024.30 causes attackers to escalate privileges and obtain sensitive information when a logged-in SysReptor user visits a malicious same-site subdomain in the same browser session. -- May 21, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36070 tine before 2023.11.8, when an LDAP backend is used, allows anonymous remote attackers to obtain sensitive authentication information via setup.php because of getRegistryData in Setup/Frontend/Json.php. (An update is also available for the 2022.11 series.) -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36053 In the mintupload package through 4.2.0 for Linux Mint, service-name mishandling leads to command injection via shell metacharacters in check_connection, drop_data_received_cb, and Service.remove. A user can modify a service name in a ~/.linuxmint/mintUpload/services/service file. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36052 RARLAB WinRAR before 7.00, on Windows, allows attackers to spoof the screen output via ANSI escape sequences, a different issue than CVE-2024-33899. -- May 21, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36050 Nix through 2.22.1 mishandles certain usage of hash caches, which makes it easier for attackers to replace current source code with attacker-controlled source code by luring a maintainer into accepting a malicious pull request. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36048 QAbstractOAuth in Qt Network Authorization in Qt before 5.15.17, 6.x before 6.2.13, 6.3.x through 6.5.x before 6.5.6, and 6.6.x through 6.7.x before 6.7.1 uses only the time to seed the PRNG, which may result in guessable values. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36043 question_image.ts in SurveyJS Form Library before 1.10.4 allows contentMode=youtube XSS via the imageLink property. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36039 PyMySQL through 1.1.0 allows SQL injection if used with untrusted JSON input because keys are not escaped by escape_dict. -- May 21, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36013 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: Bluetooth: L2CAP: Fix slab-use-after-free in l2cap_connect() Extend a critical section to prevent chan from early freeing. Also make the l2cap_connect() return type void. Nothing is using the returned value but it is ugly to return a potentially freed pointer. Making it void will help with backports because earlier kernels did use the return value. Now the compile will break for kernels where this patch is not a complete fix. Call stack summary: [use] l2cap_bredr_sig_cmd l2cap_connect ? mutex_lock(&conn->chan_lock); ? chan = pchan->ops->new_connection(pchan); <- alloc chan ? __l2cap_chan_add(conn, chan); ? l2cap_chan_hold(chan); ? list_add(&chan->list, &conn->chan_l); ... (1) ? mutex_unlock(&conn->chan_lock); chan->conf_state ... (4) <- use after free [free] l2cap_conn_del ? mutex_lock(&conn->chan_lock); ? foreach chan in conn->chan_l: ... (2) ? l2cap_chan_put(chan); ? l2cap_chan_destroy ? kfree(chan) ... (3) <- chan freed ? mutex_unlock(&conn->chan_lock); ================================================================== BUG: KASAN: slab-use-after-free in instrument_atomic_read include/linux/instrumented.h:68 [inline] BUG: KASAN: slab-use-after-free in _test_bit include/asm-generic/bitops/instrumented-non-atomic.h:141 [inline] BUG: KASAN: slab-use-after-free in l2cap_connect+0xa67/0x11a0 net/bluetooth/l2cap_core.c:4260 Read of size 8 at addr ffff88810bf040a0 by task kworker/u3:1/311 -- May 24, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36012 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: Bluetooth: msft: fix slab-use-after-free in msft_do_close() Tying the msft->data lifetime to hdev by freeing it in hci_release_dev() to fix the following case: [use] msft_do_close() msft = hdev->msft_data; if (!msft) ...(1) <- passed. return; mutex_lock(&msft->filter_lock); ...(4) <- used after freed. [free] msft_unregister() msft = hdev->msft_data; hdev->msft_data = NULL; ...(2) kfree(msft); ...(3) <- msft is freed. ================================================================== BUG: KASAN: slab-use-after-free in __mutex_lock_common kernel/locking/mutex.c:587 [inline] BUG: KASAN: slab-use-after-free in __mutex_lock+0x8f/0xc30 kernel/locking/mutex.c:752 Read of size 8 at addr ffff888106cbbca8 by task kworker/u5:2/309 -- May 24, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36011 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: Bluetooth: HCI: Fix potential null-ptr-deref Fix potential null-ptr-deref in hci_le_big_sync_established_evt(). -- May 24, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36010 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: igb: Fix string truncation warnings in igb_set_fw_version Commit 1978d3ead82c (intel: fix string truncation warnings) fixes \'-Wformat-truncation=\' warnings in igb_main.c by using kasprintf. drivers/net/ethernet/intel/igb/igb_main.c:3092:53: warning?‘%d’ directive output may be truncated writing between 1 and 5 bytes into a region of size between 1 and 13 [-Wformat-truncation=] 3092 | %d.%d, 0x%08x, %d.%d.%d, | ^~ drivers/net/ethernet/intel/igb/igb_main.c:3092:34: note?directive argument in the range [0, 65535] 3092 | %d.%d, 0x%08x, %d.%d.%d, | ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ drivers/net/ethernet/intel/igb/igb_main.c:3092:34: note?directive argument in the range [0, 65535] drivers/net/ethernet/intel/igb/igb_main.c:3090:25: note?‘snprintf’ output between 23 and 43 bytes into a destination of size 32 kasprintf() returns a pointer to dynamically allocated memory which can be NULL upon failure. Fix this warning by using a larger space for adapter->fw_version, and then fall back and continue to use snprintf. -- May 22, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36009 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: ax25: Fix netdev refcount issue The dev_tracker is added to ax25_cb in ax25_bind(). When the ax25 device is detaching, the dev_tracker of ax25_cb should be deallocated in ax25_kill_by_device() instead of the dev_tracker of ax25_dev. The log reported by ref_tracker is shown below: [ 80.884935] ref_tracker: reference already released. [ 80.885150] ref_tracker: allocated in: [ 80.885349] ax25_dev_device_up+0x105/0x540 [ 80.885730] ax25_device_event+0xa4/0x420 [ 80.885730] notifier_call_chain+0xc9/0x1e0 [ 80.885730] __dev_notify_flags+0x138/0x280 [ 80.885730] dev_change_flags+0xd7/0x180 [ 80.885730] dev_ifsioc+0x6a9/0xa30 [ 80.885730] dev_ioctl+0x4d8/0xd90 [ 80.885730] sock_do_ioctl+0x1c2/0x2d0 [ 80.885730] sock_ioctl+0x38b/0x4f0 [ 80.885730] __se_sys_ioctl+0xad/0xf0 [ 80.885730] do_syscall_64+0xc4/0x1b0 [ 80.885730] entry_SYSCALL_64_after_hwframe+0x67/0x6f [ 80.885730] ref_tracker: freed in: [ 80.885730] ax25_device_event+0x272/0x420 [ 80.885730] notifier_call_chain+0xc9/0x1e0 [ 80.885730] dev_close_many+0x272/0x370 [ 80.885730] unregister_netdevice_many_notify+0x3b5/0x1180 [ 80.885730] unregister_netdev+0xcf/0x120 [ 80.885730] sixpack_close+0x11f/0x1b0 [ 80.885730] tty_ldisc_kill+0xcb/0x190 [ 80.885730] tty_ldisc_hangup+0x338/0x3d0 [ 80.885730] __tty_hangup+0x504/0x740 [ 80.885730] tty_release+0x46e/0xd80 [ 80.885730] __fput+0x37f/0x770 [ 80.885730] __x64_sys_close+0x7b/0xb0 [ 80.885730] do_syscall_64+0xc4/0x1b0 [ 80.885730] entry_SYSCALL_64_after_hwframe+0x67/0x6f [ 80.893739] ------------[ cut here ]------------ [ 80.894030] WARNING: CPU: 2 PID: 140 at lib/ref_tracker.c:255 ref_tracker_free+0x47b/0x6b0 [ 80.894297] Modules linked in: [ 80.894929] CPU: 2 PID: 140 Comm: ax25_conn_rel_6 Not tainted 6.9.0-rc4-g8cd26fd90c1a #11 [ 80.895190] Hardware name: QEMU Standard PC (i440FX + PIIX, 1996), BIOS rel-1.14.0-0-g155821a1990b-prebuilt.qem4 [ 80.895514] RIP: 0010:ref_tracker_free+0x47b/0x6b0 [ 80.895808] Code: 83 c5 18 4c 89 eb 48 c1 eb 03 8a 04 13 84 c0 0f 85 df 01 00 00 41 83 7d 00 00 75 4b 4c 89 ff 9 [ 80.896171] RSP: 0018:ffff888009edf8c0 EFLAGS: 00000286 [ 80.896339] RAX: 1ffff1100141ac00 RBX: 1ffff1100149463b RCX: dffffc0000000000 [ 80.896502] RDX: 0000000000000001 RSI: 0000000000000246 RDI: ffff88800a0d6518 [ 80.896925] RBP: ffff888009edf9b0 R08: ffff88806d3288d3 R09: 1ffff1100da6511a [ 80.897212] R10: dffffc0000000000 R11: ffffed100da6511b R12: ffff88800a4a31d4 [ 80.897859] R13: ffff88800a4a31d8 R14: dffffc0000000000 R15: ffff88800a0d6518 [ 80.898279] FS: 00007fd88b7fe700(0000) GS:ffff88806d300000(0000) knlGS:0000000000000000 [ 80.899436] CS: 0010 DS: 0000 ES: 0000 CR0: 0000000080050033 [ 80.900181] CR2: 00007fd88c001d48 CR3: 000000000993e000 CR4: 00000000000006f0 ... [ 80.935774] ref_tracker: sp%d@000000000bb9df3d has 1/1 users at [ 80.935774] ax25_bind+0x424/0x4e0 [ 80.935774] __sys_bind+0x1d9/0x270 [ 80.935774] __x64_sys_bind+0x75/0x80 [ 80.935774] do_syscall_64+0xc4/0x1b0 [ 80.935774] entry_SYSCALL_64_after_hwframe+0x67/0x6f Change ax25_dev->dev_tracker to the dev_tracker of ax25_cb in order to mitigate the bug. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36008 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: ipv4: check for NULL idev in ip_route_use_hint() syzbot was able to trigger a NULL deref in fib_validate_source() in an old tree [1]. It appears the bug exists in latest trees. All calls to __in_dev_get_rcu() must be checked for a NULL result. [1] general protection fault, probably for non-canonical address 0xdffffc0000000000: 0000 [#1] SMP KASAN KASAN: null-ptr-deref in range [0x0000000000000000-0x0000000000000007] CPU: 2 PID: 3257 Comm: syz-executor.3 Not tainted 5.10.0-syzkaller #0 Hardware name: QEMU Standard PC (Q35 + ICH9, 2009), BIOS 1.16.3-debian-1.16.3-2~bpo12+1 04/01/2014 RIP: 0010:fib_validate_source+0xbf/0x15a0 net/ipv4/fib_frontend.c:425 Code: 18 f2 f2 f2 f2 42 c7 44 20 23 f3 f3 f3 f3 48 89 44 24 78 42 c6 44 20 27 f3 e8 5d 88 48 fc 4c 89 e8 48 c1 e8 03 48 89 44 24 18 <42> 80 3c 20 00 74 08 4c 89 ef e8 d2 15 98 fc 48 89 5c 24 10 41 bf RSP: 0018:ffffc900015fee40 EFLAGS: 00010246 RAX: 0000000000000000 RBX: ffff88800f7a4000 RCX: ffff88800f4f90c0 RDX: 0000000000000000 RSI: 0000000004001eac RDI: ffff8880160c64c0 RBP: ffffc900015ff060 R08: 0000000000000000 R09: ffff88800f7a4000 R10: 0000000000000002 R11: ffff88800f4f90c0 R12: dffffc0000000000 R13: 0000000000000000 R14: 0000000000000000 R15: ffff88800f7a4000 FS: 00007f938acfe6c0(0000) GS:ffff888058c00000(0000) knlGS:0000000000000000 CS: 0010 DS: 0000 ES: 0000 CR0: 0000000080050033 CR2: 00007f938acddd58 CR3: 000000001248e000 CR4: 0000000000352ef0 DR0: 0000000000000000 DR1: 0000000000000000 DR2: 0000000000000000 DR3: 0000000000000000 DR6: 00000000fffe0ff0 DR7: 0000000000000400 Call Trace: ip_route_use_hint+0x410/0x9b0 net/ipv4/route.c:2231 ip_rcv_finish_core+0x2c4/0x1a30 net/ipv4/ip_input.c:327 ip_list_rcv_finish net/ipv4/ip_input.c:612 [inline] ip_sublist_rcv+0x3ed/0xe50 net/ipv4/ip_input.c:638 ip_list_rcv+0x422/0x470 net/ipv4/ip_input.c:673 __netif_receive_skb_list_ptype net/core/dev.c:5572 [inline] __netif_receive_skb_list_core+0x6b1/0x890 net/core/dev.c:5620 __netif_receive_skb_list net/core/dev.c:5672 [inline] netif_receive_skb_list_internal+0x9f9/0xdc0 net/core/dev.c:5764 netif_receive_skb_list+0x55/0x3e0 net/core/dev.c:5816 xdp_recv_frames net/bpf/test_run.c:257 [inline] xdp_test_run_batch net/bpf/test_run.c:335 [inline] bpf_test_run_xdp_live+0x1818/0x1d00 net/bpf/test_run.c:363 bpf_prog_test_run_xdp+0x81f/0x1170 net/bpf/test_run.c:1376 bpf_prog_test_run+0x349/0x3c0 kernel/bpf/syscall.c:3736 __sys_bpf+0x45c/0x710 kernel/bpf/syscall.c:5115 __do_sys_bpf kernel/bpf/syscall.c:5201 [inline] __se_sys_bpf kernel/bpf/syscall.c:5199 [inline] __x64_sys_bpf+0x7c/0x90 kernel/bpf/syscall.c:5199 -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36007 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: mlxsw: spectrum_acl_tcam: Fix warning during rehash As previously explained, the rehash delayed work migrates filters from one region to another. This is done by iterating over all chunks (all the filters with the same priority) in the region and in each chunk iterating over all the filters. When the work runs out of credits it stores the current chunk and entry as markers in the per-work context so that it would know where to resume the migration from the next time the work is scheduled. Upon error, the chunk marker is reset to NULL, but without resetting the entry markers despite being relative to it. This can result in migration being resumed from an entry that does not belong to the chunk being migrated. In turn, this will eventually lead to a chunk being iterated over as if it is an entry. Because of how the two structures happen to be defined, this does not lead to KASAN splats, but to warnings such as [1]. Fix by creating a helper that resets all the markers and call it from all the places the currently only reset the chunk marker. For good measures also call it when starting a completely new rehash. Add a warning to avoid future cases. [1] WARNING: CPU: 7 PID: 1076 at drivers/net/ethernet/mellanox/mlxsw/core_acl_flex_keys.c:407 mlxsw_afk_encode+0x242/0x2f0 Modules linked in: CPU: 7 PID: 1076 Comm: kworker/7:24 Tainted: G W 6.9.0-rc3-custom-00880-g29e61d91b77b #29 Hardware name: Mellanox Technologies Ltd. MSN3700/VMOD0005, BIOS 5.11 01/06/2019 Workqueue: mlxsw_core mlxsw_sp_acl_tcam_vregion_rehash_work RIP: 0010:mlxsw_afk_encode+0x242/0x2f0 [...] Call Trace: <TASK> mlxsw_sp_acl_atcam_entry_add+0xd9/0x3c0 mlxsw_sp_acl_tcam_entry_create+0x5e/0xa0 mlxsw_sp_acl_tcam_vchunk_migrate_all+0x109/0x290 mlxsw_sp_acl_tcam_vregion_rehash_work+0x6c/0x470 process_one_work+0x151/0x370 worker_thread+0x2cb/0x3e0 kthread+0xd0/0x100 ret_from_fork+0x34/0x50 </TASK> -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36006 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: mlxsw: spectrum_acl_tcam: Fix incorrect list API usage Both the function that migrates all the chunks within a region and the function that migrates all the entries within a chunk call list_first_entry() on the respective lists without checking that the lists are not empty. This is incorrect usage of the API, which leads to the following warning [1]. Fix by returning if the lists are empty as there is nothing to migrate in this case. [1] WARNING: CPU: 0 PID: 6437 at drivers/net/ethernet/mellanox/mlxsw/spectrum_acl_tcam.c:1266 mlxsw_sp_acl_tcam_vchunk_migrate_all+0x1f1/0> Modules linked in: CPU: 0 PID: 6437 Comm: kworker/0:37 Not tainted 6.9.0-rc3-custom-00883-g94a65f079ef6 #39 Hardware name: Mellanox Technologies Ltd. MSN3700/VMOD0005, BIOS 5.11 01/06/2019 Workqueue: mlxsw_core mlxsw_sp_acl_tcam_vregion_rehash_work RIP: 0010:mlxsw_sp_acl_tcam_vchunk_migrate_all+0x1f1/0x2c0 [...] Call Trace: <TASK> mlxsw_sp_acl_tcam_vregion_rehash_work+0x6c/0x4a0 process_one_work+0x151/0x370 worker_thread+0x2cb/0x3e0 kthread+0xd0/0x100 ret_from_fork+0x34/0x50 ret_from_fork_asm+0x1a/0x30 </TASK> -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36005 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: netfilter: nf_tables: honor table dormant flag from netdev release event path Check for table dormant flag otherwise netdev release event path tries to unregister an already unregistered hook. [524854.857999] ------------[ cut here ]------------ [524854.858010] WARNING: CPU: 0 PID: 3386599 at net/netfilter/core.c:501 __nf_unregister_net_hook+0x21a/0x260 [...] [524854.858848] CPU: 0 PID: 3386599 Comm: kworker/u32:2 Not tainted 6.9.0-rc3+ #365 [524854.858869] Workqueue: netns cleanup_net [524854.858886] RIP: 0010:__nf_unregister_net_hook+0x21a/0x260 [524854.858903] Code: 24 e8 aa 73 83 ff 48 63 43 1c 83 f8 01 0f 85 3d ff ff ff e8 98 d1 f0 ff 48 8b 3c 24 e8 8f 73 83 ff 48 63 43 1c e9 26 ff ff ff <0f> 0b 48 83 c4 18 48 c7 c7 00 68 e9 82 5b 5d 41 5c 41 5d 41 5e 41 [524854.858914] RSP: 0018:ffff8881e36d79e0 EFLAGS: 00010246 [524854.858926] RAX: 0000000000000000 RBX: ffff8881339ae790 RCX: ffffffff81ba524a [524854.858936] RDX: dffffc0000000000 RSI: 0000000000000008 RDI: ffff8881c8a16438 [524854.858945] RBP: ffff8881c8a16438 R08: 0000000000000001 R09: ffffed103c6daf34 [524854.858954] R10: ffff8881e36d79a7 R11: 0000000000000000 R12: 0000000000000005 [524854.858962] R13: ffff8881c8a16000 R14: 0000000000000000 R15: ffff8881351b5a00 [524854.858971] FS: 0000000000000000(0000) GS:ffff888390800000(0000) knlGS:0000000000000000 [524854.858982] CS: 0010 DS: 0000 ES: 0000 CR0: 0000000080050033 [524854.858991] CR2: 00007fc9be0f16f4 CR3: 00000001437cc004 CR4: 00000000001706f0 [524854.859000] Call Trace: [524854.859006] <TASK> [524854.859013] ? __warn+0x9f/0x1a0 [524854.859027] ? __nf_unregister_net_hook+0x21a/0x260 [524854.859044] ? report_bug+0x1b1/0x1e0 [524854.859060] ? handle_bug+0x3c/0x70 [524854.859071] ? exc_invalid_op+0x17/0x40 [524854.859083] ? asm_exc_invalid_op+0x1a/0x20 [524854.859100] ? __nf_unregister_net_hook+0x6a/0x260 [524854.859116] ? __nf_unregister_net_hook+0x21a/0x260 [524854.859135] nf_tables_netdev_event+0x337/0x390 [nf_tables] [524854.859304] ? __pfx_nf_tables_netdev_event+0x10/0x10 [nf_tables] [524854.859461] ? packet_notifier+0xb3/0x360 [524854.859476] ? _raw_spin_unlock_irqrestore+0x11/0x40 [524854.859489] ? dcbnl_netdevice_event+0x35/0x140 [524854.859507] ? __pfx_nf_tables_netdev_event+0x10/0x10 [nf_tables] [524854.859661] notifier_call_chain+0x7d/0x140 [524854.859677] unregister_netdevice_many_notify+0x5e1/0xae0 -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36004 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: i40e: Do not use WQ_MEM_RECLAIM flag for workqueue Issue reported by customer during SRIOV testing, call trace: When both i40e and the i40iw driver are loaded, a warning in check_flush_dependency is being triggered. This seems to be because of the i40e driver workqueue is allocated with the WQ_MEM_RECLAIM flag, and the i40iw one is not. Similar error was encountered on ice too and it was fixed by removing the flag. Do the same for i40e too. [Feb 9 09:08] ------------[ cut here ]------------ [ +0.000004] workqueue: WQ_MEM_RECLAIM i40e:i40e_service_task [i40e] is flushing !WQ_MEM_RECLAIM infiniband:0x0 [ +0.000060] WARNING: CPU: 0 PID: 937 at kernel/workqueue.c:2966 check_flush_dependency+0x10b/0x120 [ +0.000007] Modules linked in: snd_seq_dummy snd_hrtimer snd_seq snd_timer snd_seq_device snd soundcore nls_utf8 cifs cifs_arc4 nls_ucs2_utils rdma_cm iw_cm ib_cm cifs_md4 dns_resolver netfs qrtr rfkill sunrpc vfat fat intel_rapl_msr intel_rapl_common irdma intel_uncore_frequency intel_uncore_frequency_common ice ipmi_ssif isst_if_common skx_edac nfit libnvdimm x86_pkg_temp_thermal intel_powerclamp gnss coretemp ib_uverbs rapl intel_cstate ib_core iTCO_wdt iTCO_vendor_support acpi_ipmi mei_me ipmi_si intel_uncore ioatdma i2c_i801 joydev pcspkr mei ipmi_devintf lpc_ich intel_pch_thermal i2c_smbus ipmi_msghandler acpi_power_meter acpi_pad xfs libcrc32c ast sd_mod drm_shmem_helper t10_pi drm_kms_helper sg ixgbe drm i40e ahci crct10dif_pclmul libahci crc32_pclmul igb crc32c_intel libata ghash_clmulni_intel i2c_algo_bit mdio dca wmi dm_mirror dm_region_hash dm_log dm_mod fuse [ +0.000050] CPU: 0 PID: 937 Comm: kworker/0:3 Kdump: loaded Not tainted 6.8.0-rc2-Feb-net_dev-Qiueue-00279-gbd43c5687e05 #1 [ +0.000003] Hardware name: Intel Corporation S2600BPB/S2600BPB, BIOS SE5C620.86B.02.01.0013.121520200651 12/15/2020 [ +0.000001] Workqueue: i40e i40e_service_task [i40e] [ +0.000024] RIP: 0010:check_flush_dependency+0x10b/0x120 [ +0.000003] Code: ff 49 8b 54 24 18 48 8d 8b b0 00 00 00 49 89 e8 48 81 c6 b0 00 00 00 48 c7 c7 b0 97 fa 9f c6 05 8a cc 1f 02 01 e8 35 b3 fd ff <0f> 0b e9 10 ff ff ff 80 3d 78 cc 1f 02 00 75 94 e9 46 ff ff ff 90 [ +0.000002] RSP: 0018:ffffbd294976bcf8 EFLAGS: 00010282 [ +0.000002] RAX: 0000000000000000 RBX: ffff94d4c483c000 RCX: 0000000000000027 [ +0.000001] RDX: ffff94d47f620bc8 RSI: 0000000000000001 RDI: ffff94d47f620bc0 [ +0.000001] RBP: 0000000000000000 R08: 0000000000000000 R09: 00000000ffff7fff [ +0.000001] R10: ffffbd294976bb98 R11: ffffffffa0be65e8 R12: ffff94c5451ea180 [ +0.000001] R13: ffff94c5ab5e8000 R14: ffff94c5c20b6e05 R15: ffff94c5f1330ab0 [ +0.000001] FS: 0000000000000000(0000) GS:ffff94d47f600000(0000) knlGS:0000000000000000 [ +0.000002] CS: 0010 DS: 0000 ES: 0000 CR0: 0000000080050033 [ +0.000001] CR2: 00007f9e6f1fca70 CR3: 0000000038e20004 CR4: 00000000007706f0 [ +0.000000] DR0: 0000000000000000 DR1: 0000000000000000 DR2: 0000000000000000 [ +0.000001] DR3: 0000000000000000 DR6: 00000000fffe0ff0 DR7: 0000000000000400 [ +0.000001] PKRU: 55555554 [ +0.000001] Call Trace: [ +0.000001] <TASK> [ +0.000002] ? __warn+0x80/0x130 [ +0.000003] ? check_flush_dependency+0x10b/0x120 [ +0.000002] ? report_bug+0x195/0x1a0 [ +0.000005] ? handle_bug+0x3c/0x70 [ +0.000003] ? exc_invalid_op+0x14/0x70 [ +0.000002] ? asm_exc_invalid_op+0x16/0x20 [ +0.000006] ? check_flush_dependency+0x10b/0x120 [ +0.000002] ? check_flush_dependency+0x10b/0x120 [ +0.000002] __flush_workqueue+0x126/0x3f0 [ +0.000015] ib_cache_cleanup_one+0x1c/0xe0 [ib_core] [ +0.000056] __ib_unregister_device+0x6a/0xb0 [ib_core] [ +0.000023] ib_unregister_device_and_put+0x34/0x50 [ib_core] [ +0.000020] i40iw_close+0x4b/0x90 [irdma] [ +0.000022] i40e_notify_client_of_netdev_close+0x54/0xc0 [i40e] [ +0.000035] i40e_service_task+0x126/0x190 [i40e] [ +0.000024] process_one_work+0x174/0x340 [ +0.000003] worker_th ---truncated--- -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36003 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: ice: fix LAG and VF lock dependency in ice_reset_vf() 9f74a3dfcf83 (ice: Fix VF Reset paths when interface in a failed over aggregate), the ice driver has acquired the LAG mutex in ice_reset_vf(). The commit placed this lock acquisition just prior to the acquisition of the VF configuration lock. If ice_reset_vf() acquires the configuration lock via the ICE_VF_RESET_LOCK flag, this could deadlock with ice_vc_cfg_qs_msg() because it always acquires the locks in the order of the VF configuration lock and then the LAG mutex. Lockdep reports this violation almost immediately on creating and then removing 2 VF: ====================================================== WARNING: possible circular locking dependency detected 6.8.0-rc6 #54 Tainted: G W O ------------------------------------------------------ kworker/60:3/6771 is trying to acquire lock: ff40d43e099380a0 (&vf->cfg_lock){+.+.}-{3:3}, at: ice_reset_vf+0x22f/0x4d0 [ice] but task is already holding lock: ff40d43ea1961210 (&pf->lag_mutex){+.+.}-{3:3}, at: ice_reset_vf+0xb7/0x4d0 [ice] which lock already depends on the new lock. the existing dependency chain (in reverse order) is: -> #1 (&pf->lag_mutex){+.+.}-{3:3}: __lock_acquire+0x4f8/0xb40 lock_acquire+0xd4/0x2d0 __mutex_lock+0x9b/0xbf0 ice_vc_cfg_qs_msg+0x45/0x690 [ice] ice_vc_process_vf_msg+0x4f5/0x870 [ice] __ice_clean_ctrlq+0x2b5/0x600 [ice] ice_service_task+0x2c9/0x480 [ice] process_one_work+0x1e9/0x4d0 worker_thread+0x1e1/0x3d0 kthread+0x104/0x140 ret_from_fork+0x31/0x50 ret_from_fork_asm+0x1b/0x30 -> #0 (&vf->cfg_lock){+.+.}-{3:3}: check_prev_add+0xe2/0xc50 validate_chain+0x558/0x800 __lock_acquire+0x4f8/0xb40 lock_acquire+0xd4/0x2d0 __mutex_lock+0x9b/0xbf0 ice_reset_vf+0x22f/0x4d0 [ice] ice_process_vflr_event+0x98/0xd0 [ice] ice_service_task+0x1cc/0x480 [ice] process_one_work+0x1e9/0x4d0 worker_thread+0x1e1/0x3d0 kthread+0x104/0x140 ret_from_fork+0x31/0x50 ret_from_fork_asm+0x1b/0x30 other info that might help us debug this: Possible unsafe locking scenario: CPU0 CPU1 ---- ---- lock(&pf->lag_mutex); lock(&vf->cfg_lock); lock(&pf->lag_mutex); lock(&vf->cfg_lock); *** DEADLOCK *** 4 locks held by kworker/60:3/6771: #0: ff40d43e05428b38 ((wq_completion)ice){+.+.}-{0:0}, at: process_one_work+0x176/0x4d0 #1: ff50d06e05197e58 ((work_completion)(&pf->serv_task)){+.+.}-{0:0}, at: process_one_work+0x176/0x4d0 #2: ff40d43ea1960e50 (&pf->vfs.table_lock){+.+.}-{3:3}, at: ice_process_vflr_event+0x48/0xd0 [ice] #3: ff40d43ea1961210 (&pf->lag_mutex){+.+.}-{3:3}, at: ice_reset_vf+0xb7/0x4d0 [ice] stack backtrace: CPU: 60 PID: 6771 Comm: kworker/60:3 Tainted: G W O 6.8.0-rc6 #54 Hardware name: Workqueue: ice ice_service_task [ice] Call Trace: <TASK> dump_stack_lvl+0x4a/0x80 check_noncircular+0x12d/0x150 check_prev_add+0xe2/0xc50 ? save_trace+0x59/0x230 ? add_chain_cache+0x109/0x450 validate_chain+0x558/0x800 __lock_acquire+0x4f8/0xb40 ? lockdep_hardirqs_on+0x7d/0x100 lock_acquire+0xd4/0x2d0 ? ice_reset_vf+0x22f/0x4d0 [ice] ? lock_is_held_type+0xc7/0x120 __mutex_lock+0x9b/0xbf0 ? ice_reset_vf+0x22f/0x4d0 [ice] ? ice_reset_vf+0x22f/0x4d0 [ice] ? rcu_is_watching+0x11/0x50 ? ice_reset_vf+0x22f/0x4d0 [ice] ice_reset_vf+0x22f/0x4d0 [ice] ? process_one_work+0x176/0x4d0 ice_process_vflr_event+0x98/0xd0 [ice] ice_service_task+0x1cc/0x480 [ice] process_one_work+0x1e9/0x4d0 worker_thread+0x1e1/0x3d0 ? __pfx_worker_thread+0x10/0x10 kthread+0x104/0x140 ? __pfx_kthread+0x10/0x10 ret_from_fork+0x31/0x50 ? __pfx_kthread+0x10/0x10 ret_from_fork_asm+0x1b/0x30 </TASK> To avoid deadlock, we must acquire the LAG ---truncated--- -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36002 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: dpll: fix dpll_pin_on_pin_register() for multiple parent pins In scenario where pin is registered with multiple parent pins via dpll_pin_on_pin_register(..), all belonging to the same dpll device. A second call to dpll_pin_on_pin_unregister(..) would cause a call trace, as it tries to use already released registration resources (due to fix introduced in b446631f355e). In this scenario pin was registered twice, so resources are not yet expected to be release until each registered pin/pin pair is unregistered. Currently, the following crash/call trace is produced when ice driver is removed on the system with installed E810T NIC which includes dpll device: WARNING: CPU: 51 PID: 9155 at drivers/dpll/dpll_core.c:809 dpll_pin_ops+0x20/0x30 RIP: 0010:dpll_pin_ops+0x20/0x30 Call Trace: ? __warn+0x7f/0x130 ? dpll_pin_ops+0x20/0x30 dpll_msg_add_pin_freq+0x37/0x1d0 dpll_cmd_pin_get_one+0x1c0/0x400 ? __nlmsg_put+0x63/0x80 dpll_pin_event_send+0x93/0x140 dpll_pin_on_pin_unregister+0x3f/0x100 ice_dpll_deinit_pins+0xa1/0x230 [ice] ice_remove+0xf1/0x210 [ice] Fix by adding a parent pointer as a cookie when creating a registration, also when searching for it. For the regular pins pass NULL, this allows to create separated registration for each parent the pin is registered with. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36001 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: netfs: Fix the pre-flush when appending to a file in writethrough mode In netfs_perform_write(), when the file is marked NETFS_ICTX_WRITETHROUGH or O_*SYNC or RWF_*SYNC was specified, write-through caching is performed on a buffered file. When setting up for write-through, we flush any conflicting writes in the region and wait for the write to complete, failing if there\'s a write error to return. The issue arises if we\'re writing at or above the EOF position because we skip the flush and - more importantly - the wait. This becomes a problem if there\'s a partial folio at the end of the file that is being written out and we want to make a write to it too. Both the already-running write and the write we start both want to clear the writeback mark, but whoever is second causes a warning looking something like: ------------[ cut here ]------------ R=00000012: folio 11 is not under writeback WARNING: CPU: 34 PID: 654 at fs/netfs/write_collect.c:105 ... CPU: 34 PID: 654 Comm: kworker/u386:27 Tainted: G S ... ... Workqueue: events_unbound netfs_write_collection_worker ... RIP: 0010:netfs_writeback_lookup_folio Fix this by making the flush-and-wait unconditional. It will do nothing if there are no folios in the pagecache and will return quickly if there are no folios in the region specified. Further, move the WBC attachment above the flush call as the flush is going to attach a WBC and detach it again if it is not present - and since we need one anyway we might as well share it. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-36000 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: mm/hugetlb: fix missing hugetlb_lock for resv uncharge There is a recent report on UFFDIO_COPY over hugetlb: 350: lockdep_assert_held(&hugetlb_lock); Should be an issue in hugetlb but triggered in an userfault context, where it goes into the unlikely path where two threads modifying the resv map together. Mike has a fix in that path for resv uncharge but it looks like the locking criteria was overlooked: hugetlb_cgroup_uncharge_folio_rsvd() will update the cgroup pointer, so it requires to be called with the lock held. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35999 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: smb3: missing lock when picking channel Coverity spotted a place where we should have been holding the channel lock when accessing the ses channel index. Addresses-Coverity: 1582039 (Data race condition (MISSING_LOCK)) -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35998 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: smb3: fix lock ordering potential deadlock in cifs_sync_mid_result Coverity spotted that the cifs_sync_mid_result function could deadlock Thread deadlock (ORDER_REVERSAL) lock_order: Calling spin_lock acquires lock TCP_Server_Info.srv_lock while holding lock TCP_Server_Info.mid_lock Addresses-Coverity: 1590401 (Thread deadlock (ORDER_REVERSAL)) -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35997 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: HID: i2c-hid: remove I2C_HID_READ_PENDING flag to prevent lock-up The flag I2C_HID_READ_PENDING is used to serialize I2C operations. However, this is not necessary, because I2C core already has its own locking for that. More importantly, this flag can cause a lock-up: if the flag is set in i2c_hid_xfer() and an interrupt happens, the interrupt handler (i2c_hid_irq) will check this flag and return immediately without doing anything, then the interrupt handler will be invoked again in an infinite loop. Since interrupt handler is an RT task, it takes over the CPU and the flag-clearing task never gets scheduled, thus we have a lock-up. Delete this unnecessary flag. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35996 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: cpu: Re-enable CPU mitigations by default for !X86 architectures Rename x86\'s to CPU_MITIGATIONS, define it in generic code, and force it on for all architectures exception x86. A recent commit to turn mitigations off by default if SPECULATION_MITIGATIONS=n kinda sorta missed that cpu_mitigations is completely generic, whereas SPECULATION_MITIGATIONS is x86-specific. Rename x86\'s SPECULATIVE_MITIGATIONS instead of keeping both and have it select CPU_MITIGATIONS, as having two configs for the same thing is unnecessary and confusing. This will also allow x86 to use the knob to manage mitigations that aren\'t strictly related to speculative execution. Use another Kconfig to communicate to common code that CPU_MITIGATIONS is already defined instead of having x86\'s menu depend on the common CPU_MITIGATIONS. This allows keeping a single point of contact for all of x86\'s mitigations, and it\'s not clear that other architectures *want* to allow disabling mitigations at compile-time. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35995 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: ACPI: CPPC: Use access_width over bit_width for system memory accesses To align with ACPI 6.3+, since bit_width can be any 8-bit value, it cannot be depended on to be always on a clean 8b boundary. This was uncovered on the Cobalt 100 platform. SError Interrupt on CPU26, code 0xbe000011 -- SError CPU: 26 PID: 1510 Comm: systemd-udevd Not tainted #1 Hardware name: MICROSOFT CORPORATION, BIOS MICROSOFT CORPORATION pstate: 62400009 (nZCv daif +PAN -UAO +TCO -DIT -SSBS BTYPE=--) pc : cppc_get_perf_caps+0xec/0x410 lr : cppc_get_perf_caps+0xe8/0x410 sp : ffff8000155ab730 x29: ffff8000155ab730 x28: ffff0080139d0038 x27: ffff0080139d0078 x26: 0000000000000000 x25: ffff0080139d0058 x24: 00000000ffffffff x23: ffff0080139d0298 x22: ffff0080139d0278 x21: 0000000000000000 x20: ffff00802b251910 x19: ffff0080139d0000 x18: ffffffffffffffff x17: 0000000000000000 x16: ffffdc7e111bad04 x15: ffff00802b251008 x14: ffffffffffffffff x13: ffff013f1fd63300 x12: 0000000000000006 x11: ffffdc7e128f4420 x10: 0000000000000000 x9 : ffffdc7e111badec x8 : ffff00802b251980 x7 : 0000000000000000 x6 : ffff0080139d0028 x5 : 0000000000000000 x4 : ffff0080139d0018 x3 : 00000000ffffffff x2 : 0000000000000008 x1 : ffff8000155ab7a0 x0 : 0000000000000000 Kernel panic - not syncing: Asynchronous SError Interrupt CPU: 26 PID: 1510 Comm: systemd-udevd Not tainted #1 Hardware name: MICROSOFT CORPORATION, BIOS MICROSOFT CORPORATION Call trace: dump_backtrace+0x0/0x1e0 show_stack+0x24/0x30 dump_stack_lvl+0x8c/0xb8 dump_stack+0x18/0x34 panic+0x16c/0x384 add_taint+0x0/0xc0 arm64_serror_panic+0x7c/0x90 arm64_is_fatal_ras_serror+0x34/0xa4 do_serror+0x50/0x6c el1h_64_error_handler+0x40/0x74 el1h_64_error+0x7c/0x80 cppc_get_perf_caps+0xec/0x410 cppc_cpufreq_cpu_init+0x74/0x400 [cppc_cpufreq] cpufreq_online+0x2dc/0xa30 cpufreq_add_dev+0xc0/0xd4 subsys_interface_register+0x134/0x14c cpufreq_register_driver+0x1b0/0x354 cppc_cpufreq_init+0x1a8/0x1000 [cppc_cpufreq] do_one_initcall+0x50/0x250 do_init_module+0x60/0x27c load_module+0x2300/0x2570 __do_sys_finit_module+0xa8/0x114 __arm64_sys_finit_module+0x2c/0x3c invoke_syscall+0x78/0x100 el0_svc_common.constprop.0+0x180/0x1a0 do_el0_svc+0x84/0xa0 el0_svc+0x2c/0xc0 el0t_64_sync_handler+0xa4/0x12c el0t_64_sync+0x1a4/0x1a8 Instead, use access_width to determine the size and use the offset and width to shift and mask the bits to read/write out. Make sure to add a check for system memory since pcc redefines the access_width to subspace id. If access_width is not set, then fall back to using bit_width. [ rjw: Subject and changelog edits, comment adjustments ] -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35994 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: firmware: qcom: uefisecapp: Fix memory related IO errors and crashes It turns out that while the QSEECOM APP_SEND command has specific fields for request and response buffers, uefisecapp expects them both to be in a single memory region. Failure to adhere to this has (so far) resulted in either no response being written to the response buffer (causing an EIO to be emitted down the line), the SCM call to fail with EINVAL (i.e., directly from TZ/firmware), or the device to be hard-reset. While this issue can be triggered deterministically, in the current form it seems to happen rather sporadically (which is why it has gone unnoticed during earlier testing). This is likely due to the two kzalloc() calls (for request and response) being directly after each other. Which means that those likely return consecutive regions most of the time, especially when not much else is going on in the system. Fix this by allocating a single memory region for both request and response buffers, properly aligning both structs inside it. This unfortunately also means that the qcom_scm_qseecom_app_send() interface needs to be restructured, as it should no longer map the DMA regions separately. Therefore, move the responsibility of DMA allocation (or mapping) to the caller. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35993 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: mm: turn folio_test_hugetlb into a PageType The current folio_test_hugetlb() can be fooled by a concurrent folio split into returning true for a folio which has never belonged to hugetlbfs. This can\'t happen if the caller holds a refcount on it, but we have a few places (memory-failure, compaction, procfs) which do not and should not take a speculative reference. Since hugetlb pages do not use individual page mapcounts (they are always fully mapped and use the entire_mapcount field to record the number of mappings), the PageType field is available now that page_mapcount() ignores the value in this field. In compaction and with CONFIG_DEBUG_VM enabled, the current implementation can result in an oops, as reported by Luis. This happens since 9c5ccf2db04b (mm: remove HUGETLB_PAGE_DTOR) effectively added some VM_BUG_ON() checks in the PageHuge() testing path. [ update vmcoreinfo] Link: -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35992 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: phy: marvell: a3700-comphy: Fix out of bounds read There is an out of bounds read access of \'gbe_phy_init_fix[fix_idx].addr\' every iteration after \'fix_idx\' reaches \'ARRAY_SIZE(gbe_phy_init_fix)\'. Make sure \'gbe_phy_init[addr]\' is used when all elements of \'gbe_phy_init_fix\' array are handled. Found by Linux Verification Center ( with SVACE. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35991 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: dmaengine: idxd: Convert spinlock to mutex to lock evl workqueue drain_workqueue() cannot be called safely in a spinlocked context due to possible task rescheduling. In the multi-task scenario, calling queue_work() while drain_workqueue() will lead to a Call Trace as pushing a work on a draining workqueue is not permitted in spinlocked context. Call Trace: <TASK> ? __warn+0x7d/0x140 ? __queue_work+0x2b2/0x440 ? report_bug+0x1f8/0x200 ? handle_bug+0x3c/0x70 ? exc_invalid_op+0x18/0x70 ? asm_exc_invalid_op+0x1a/0x20 ? __queue_work+0x2b2/0x440 queue_work_on+0x28/0x30 idxd_misc_thread+0x303/0x5a0 [idxd] ? __schedule+0x369/0xb40 ? __pfx_irq_thread_fn+0x10/0x10 ? irq_thread+0xbc/0x1b0 irq_thread_fn+0x21/0x70 irq_thread+0x102/0x1b0 ? preempt_count_add+0x74/0xa0 ? __pfx_irq_thread_dtor+0x10/0x10 ? __pfx_irq_thread+0x10/0x10 kthread+0x103/0x140 ? __pfx_kthread+0x10/0x10 ret_from_fork+0x31/0x50 ? __pfx_kthread+0x10/0x10 ret_from_fork_asm+0x1b/0x30 </TASK> The current implementation uses a spinlock to protect event log workqueue and will lead to the Call Trace due to potential task rescheduling. To address the locking issue, convert the spinlock to mutex, allowing the drain_workqueue() to be called in a safe mutex-locked context. This change ensures proper synchronization when accessing the event log workqueue, preventing potential Call Trace and improving the overall robustness of the code. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35990 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: dma: xilinx_dpdma: Fix locking There are several places where either chan->lock or chan->vchan.lock was not held. Add appropriate locking. This fixes lockdep warnings like [ 31.077578] ------------[ cut here ]------------ [ 31.077831] WARNING: CPU: 2 PID: 40 at drivers/dma/xilinx/xilinx_dpdma.c:834 xilinx_dpdma_chan_queue_transfer+0x274/0x5e0 [ 31.077953] Modules linked in: [ 31.078019] CPU: 2 PID: 40 Comm: kworker/u12:1 Not tainted 6.6.20+ #98 [ 31.078102] Hardware name: xlnx,zynqmp (DT) [ 31.078169] Workqueue: events_unbound deferred_probe_work_func [ 31.078272] pstate: 600000c5 (nZCv daIF -PAN -UAO -TCO -DIT -SSBS BTYPE=--) [ 31.078377] pc : xilinx_dpdma_chan_queue_transfer+0x274/0x5e0 [ 31.078473] lr : xilinx_dpdma_chan_queue_transfer+0x270/0x5e0 [ 31.078550] sp : ffffffc083bb2e10 [ 31.078590] x29: ffffffc083bb2e10 x28: 0000000000000000 x27: ffffff880165a168 [ 31.078754] x26: ffffff880164e920 x25: ffffff880164eab8 x24: ffffff880164d480 [ 31.078920] x23: ffffff880165a148 x22: ffffff880164e988 x21: 0000000000000000 [ 31.079132] x20: ffffffc082aa3000 x19: ffffff880164e880 x18: 0000000000000000 [ 31.079295] x17: 0000000000000000 x16: 0000000000000000 x15: 0000000000000000 [ 31.079453] x14: 0000000000000000 x13: ffffff8802263dc0 x12: 0000000000000001 [ 31.079613] x11: 0001ffc083bb2e34 x10: 0001ff880164e98f x9 : 0001ffc082aa3def [ 31.079824] x8 : 0001ffc082aa3dec x7 : 0000000000000000 x6 : 0000000000000516 [ 31.079982] x5 : ffffffc7f8d43000 x4 : ffffff88003c9c40 x3 : ffffffffffffffff [ 31.080147] x2 : ffffffc7f8d43000 x1 : 00000000000000c0 x0 : 0000000000000000 [ 31.080307] Call trace: [ 31.080340] xilinx_dpdma_chan_queue_transfer+0x274/0x5e0 [ 31.080518] xilinx_dpdma_issue_pending+0x11c/0x120 [ 31.080595] zynqmp_disp_layer_update+0x180/0x3ac [ 31.080712] zynqmp_dpsub_plane_atomic_update+0x11c/0x21c [ 31.080825] drm_atomic_helper_commit_planes+0x20c/0x684 [ 31.080951] drm_atomic_helper_commit_tail+0x5c/0xb0 [ 31.081139] commit_tail+0x234/0x294 [ 31.081246] drm_atomic_helper_commit+0x1f8/0x210 [ 31.081363] drm_atomic_commit+0x100/0x140 [ 31.081477] drm_client_modeset_commit_atomic+0x318/0x384 [ 31.081634] drm_client_modeset_commit_locked+0x8c/0x24c [ 31.081725] drm_client_modeset_commit+0x34/0x5c [ 31.081812] __drm_fb_helper_restore_fbdev_mode_unlocked+0x104/0x168 [ 31.081899] drm_fb_helper_set_par+0x50/0x70 [ 31.081971] fbcon_init+0x538/0xc48 [ 31.082047] visual_init+0x16c/0x23c [ 31.082207] do_bind_con_driver.isra.0+0x2d0/0x634 [ 31.082320] do_take_over_console+0x24c/0x33c [ 31.082429] do_fbcon_takeover+0xbc/0x1b0 [ 31.082503] fbcon_fb_registered+0x2d0/0x34c [ 31.082663] register_framebuffer+0x27c/0x38c [ 31.082767] __drm_fb_helper_initial_config_and_unlock+0x5c0/0x91c [ 31.082939] drm_fb_helper_initial_config+0x50/0x74 [ 31.083012] drm_fbdev_dma_client_hotplug+0xb8/0x108 [ 31.083115] drm_client_register+0xa0/0xf4 [ 31.083195] drm_fbdev_dma_setup+0xb0/0x1cc [ 31.083293] zynqmp_dpsub_drm_init+0x45c/0x4e0 [ 31.083431] zynqmp_dpsub_probe+0x444/0x5e0 [ 31.083616] platform_probe+0x8c/0x13c [ 31.083713] really_probe+0x258/0x59c [ 31.083793] __driver_probe_device+0xc4/0x224 [ 31.083878] driver_probe_device+0x70/0x1c0 [ 31.083961] __device_attach_driver+0x108/0x1e0 [ 31.084052] bus_for_each_drv+0x9c/0x100 [ 31.084125] __device_attach+0x100/0x298 [ 31.084207] device_initial_probe+0x14/0x20 [ 31.084292] bus_probe_device+0xd8/0xdc [ 31.084368] deferred_probe_work_func+0x11c/0x180 [ 31.084451] process_one_work+0x3ac/0x988 [ 31.084643] worker_thread+0x398/0x694 [ 31.084752] kthread+0x1bc/0x1c0 [ 31.084848] ret_from_fork+0x10/0x20 [ 31.084932] irq event stamp: 64549 [ 31.084970] hardirqs last enabled at (64548): [<ffffffc081adf35c>] _raw_spin_unlock_irqrestore+0x80/0x90 [ 31.085157] ---truncated--- -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35989 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: dmaengine: idxd: Fix oops during rmmod on single-CPU platforms During the removal of the idxd driver, registered offline callback is invoked as part of the clean up process. However, on systems with only one CPU online, no valid target is available to migrate the perf context, resulting in a kernel oops: BUG: unable to handle page fault for address: 000000000002a2b8 #PF: supervisor write access in kernel mode #PF: error_code(0x0002) - not-present page PGD 1470e1067 P4D 0 Oops: 0002 [#1] PREEMPT SMP NOPTI CPU: 0 PID: 20 Comm: cpuhp/0 Not tainted 6.8.0-rc6-dsa+ #57 Hardware name: Intel Corporation AvenueCity/AvenueCity, BIOS BHSDCRB1.86B.2492.D03.2307181620 07/18/2023 RIP: 0010:mutex_lock+0x2e/0x50 ... Call Trace: <TASK> __die+0x24/0x70 page_fault_oops+0x82/0x160 do_user_addr_fault+0x65/0x6b0 __pfx___rdmsr_safe_on_cpu+0x10/0x10 exc_page_fault+0x7d/0x170 asm_exc_page_fault+0x26/0x30 mutex_lock+0x2e/0x50 mutex_lock+0x1e/0x50 perf_pmu_migrate_context+0x87/0x1f0 perf_event_cpu_offline+0x76/0x90 [idxd] cpuhp_invoke_callback+0xa2/0x4f0 __pfx_perf_event_cpu_offline+0x10/0x10 [idxd] cpuhp_thread_fun+0x98/0x150 smpboot_thread_fn+0x27/0x260 smpboot_thread_fn+0x1af/0x260 __pfx_smpboot_thread_fn+0x10/0x10 kthread+0x103/0x140 __pfx_kthread+0x10/0x10 ret_from_fork+0x31/0x50 __pfx_kthread+0x10/0x10 ret_from_fork_asm+0x1b/0x30 <TASK> Fix the issue by preventing the migration of the perf context to an invalid target. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35988 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: riscv: Fix TASK_SIZE on 64-bit NOMMU On NOMMU, userspace memory can come from anywhere in physical RAM. The current definition of TASK_SIZE is wrong if any RAM exists above 4G, causing spurious failures in the userspace access routines. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35987 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: riscv: Fix loading 64-bit NOMMU kernels past the start of RAM commit 3335068f8721 (riscv: Use PUD/P4D/PGD pages for the linear mapping) added logic to allow using RAM below the kernel load address. However, this does not work for NOMMU, where PAGE_OFFSET is fixed to the kernel load address. Since that range of memory corresponds to PFNs below ARCH_PFN_OFFSET, mm initialization runs off the beginning of mem_map and corrupts adjacent kernel memory. Fix this by restoring the previous behavior for NOMMU kernels. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35986 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: phy: ti: tusb1210: Resolve charger-det crash if charger psy is unregistered The power_supply frame-work is not really designed for there to be long living in kernel references to power_supply devices. Specifically unregistering a power_supply while some other code has a reference to it triggers a WARN in power_supply_unregister(): WARN_ON(atomic_dec_return(&psy->use_cnt)); Folllowed by the power_supply still getting removed and the backing data freed anyway, leaving the tusb1210 charger-detect code with a dangling reference, resulting in a crash the next time tusb1210_get_online() is called. Fix this by only holding the reference in tusb1210_get_online() freeing it at the end of the function. Note this still leaves a theoretical race window, but it avoids the issue when manually rmmod-ing the charger chip driver during development. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35985 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: sched/eevdf: Prevent vlag from going out of bounds in reweight_eevdf() It was possible to have pick_eevdf() return NULL, which then causes a NULL-deref. This turned out to be due to entity_eligible() returning falsely negative because of a s64 multiplcation overflow. Specifically, reweight_eevdf() computes the vlag without considering the limit placed upon vlag as update_entity_lag() does, and then the scaling multiplication (remember that weight is 20bit fixed point) can overflow. This then leads to the new vruntime being weird which then causes the above entity_eligible() to go side-ways and claim nothing is eligible. Thus limit the range of vlag accordingly. All this was quite rare, but fatal when it does happen. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35984 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: i2c: smbus: fix NULL function pointer dereference Baruch reported an OOPS when using the designware controller as target only. Target-only modes break the assumption of one transfer function always being available. Fix this by always checking the pointer in __i2c_transfer. [wsa: dropped the simplification in core-smbus to avoid theoretical regressions] -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35983 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: bounds: Use the right number of bits for power-of-two CONFIG_NR_CPUS bits_per() rounds up to the next power of two when passed a power of two. This causes crashes on some machines and configurations. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35982 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: batman-adv: Avoid infinite loop trying to resize local TT If the MTU of one of an attached interface becomes too small to transmit the local translation table then it must be resized to fit inside all fragments (when enabled) or a single packet. But if the MTU becomes too low to transmit even the header + the VLAN specific part then the resizing of the local TT will never succeed. This can for example happen when the usable space is 110 bytes and 11 VLANs are on top of batman-adv. In this case, at least 116 byte would be needed. There will just be an endless spam of batman_adv: batadv0: Forced to purge local tt entries to fit new maximum fragment MTU (110) in the log but the function will never finish. Problem here is that the timeout will be halved all the time and will then stagnate at 0 and therefore never be able to reduce the table even more. There are other scenarios possible with a similar result. The number of BATADV_TT_CLIENT_NOPURGE entries in the local TT can for example be too high to fit inside a packet. Such a scenario can therefore happen also with only a single VLAN + 7 non-purgable addresses - requiring at least 120 bytes. While this should be handled proactively when: * interface with too low MTU is added * VLAN is added * non-purgeable local mac is added * MTU of an attached interface is reduced * fragmentation setting gets disabled (which most likely requires dropping attached interfaces) not all of these scenarios can be prevented because batman-adv is only consuming events without the the possibility to prevent these actions (non-purgable MAC address added, MTU of an attached interface is reduced). It is therefore necessary to also make sure that the code is able to handle also the situations when there were already incompatible system configuration are present. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35981 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: virtio_net: Do not send RSS key if it is not supported There is a bug when setting the RSS options in virtio_net that can break the whole machine, getting the kernel into an infinite loop. Running the following command in any QEMU virtual machine with virtionet will reproduce this problem: # ethtool -X eth0 hfunc toeplitz This is how the problem happens: 1) ethtool_set_rxfh() calls virtnet_set_rxfh() 2) virtnet_set_rxfh() calls virtnet_commit_rss_command() 3) virtnet_commit_rss_command() populates 4 entries for the rss scatter-gather 4) Since the command above does not have a key, then the last scatter-gatter entry will be zeroed, since rss_key_size == 0. sg_buf_size = vi->rss_key_size; 5) This buffer is passed to qemu, but qemu is not happy with a buffer with zero length, and do the following in virtqueue_map_desc() (QEMU function): if (!sz) { virtio_error(vdev, virtio: zero sized buffers are not allowed); 6) virtio_error() (also QEMU function) set the device as broken vdev->broken = true; 7) Qemu bails out, and do not repond this crazy kernel. 8) The kernel is waiting for the response to come back (function virtnet_send_command()) 9) The kernel is waiting doing the following : while (!virtqueue_get_buf(vi->cvq, &tmp) && !virtqueue_is_broken(vi->cvq)) cpu_relax(); 10) None of the following functions above is true, thus, the kernel loops here forever. Keeping in mind that virtqueue_is_broken() does not look at the qemu `vdev->broken`, so, it never realizes that the vitio is broken at QEMU side. Fix it by not sending RSS commands if the feature is not available in the device. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35980 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: arm64: tlb: Fix TLBI RANGE operand KVM/arm64 relies on TLBI RANGE feature to flush TLBs when the dirty pages are collected by VMM and the page table entries become write protected during live migration. Unfortunately, the operand passed to the TLBI RANGE instruction isn\'t correctly sorted out due to the commit 117940aa6e5f (KVM: arm64: Define kvm_tlb_flush_vmid_range()). It leads to crash on the destination VM after live migration because TLBs aren\'t flushed completely and some of the dirty pages are missed. For example, I have a VM where 8GB memory is assigned, starting from 0x40000000 (1GB). Note that the host has 4KB as the base page size. In the middile of migration, kvm_tlb_flush_vmid_range() is executed to flush TLBs. It passes MAX_TLBI_RANGE_PAGES as the argument to __kvm_tlb_flush_vmid_range() and __flush_s2_tlb_range_op(). SCALE#3 and NUM#31, corresponding to MAX_TLBI_RANGE_PAGES, isn\'t supported by __TLBI_RANGE_NUM(). In this specific case, -1 has been returned from __TLBI_RANGE_NUM() for SCALE#3/2/1/0 and rejected by the loop in the __flush_tlb_range_op() until the variable @scale underflows and becomes -9, 0xffff708000040000 is set as the operand. The operand is wrong since it\'s sorted out by __TLBI_VADDR_RANGE() according to invalid @scale and @num. Fix it by extending __TLBI_RANGE_NUM() to support the combination of SCALE#3 and NUM#31. With the changes, [-1 31] instead of [-1 30] can be returned from the macro, meaning the TLBs for 0x200000 pages in the above example can be flushed in one shoot with SCALE#3 and NUM#31. The macro TLBI_RANGE_MASK is dropped since no one uses it any more. The comments are also adjusted accordingly. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35979 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: raid1: fix use-after-free for original bio in raid1_write_request() r1_bio->bios[] is used to record new bios that will be issued to underlying disks, however, in raid1_write_request(), r1_bio->bios[] will set to the original bio temporarily. Meanwhile, if blocked rdev is set, free_r1bio() will be called causing that all r1_bio->bios[] to be freed: raid1_write_request() r1_bio = alloc_r1bio(mddev, bio); -> r1_bio->bios[] is NULL for (i = 0; i < disks; i++) -> for each rdev in conf // first rdev is normal r1_bio->bios[0] = bio; -> set to original bio // second rdev is blocked if (test_bit(Blocked, &rdev->flags)) break if (blocked_rdev) free_r1bio() put_all_bios() bio_put(r1_bio->bios[0]) -> original bio is freed Test scripts: mdadm -CR /dev/md0 -l1 -n4 /dev/sd[abcd] --assume-clean fio -filename=/dev/md0 -ioengine=libaio -rw=write -bs=4k -numjobs=1 \\ -iodepth=128 -name=test -direct=1 echo blocked > /sys/block/md0/md/rd2/state Test result: BUG bio-264 (Not tainted): Object already free ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Allocated in mempool_alloc_slab+0x24/0x50 age=1 cpu=1 pid=869 kmem_cache_alloc+0x324/0x480 mempool_alloc_slab+0x24/0x50 mempool_alloc+0x6e/0x220 bio_alloc_bioset+0x1af/0x4d0 blkdev_direct_IO+0x164/0x8a0 blkdev_write_iter+0x309/0x440 aio_write+0x139/0x2f0 io_submit_one+0x5ca/0xb70 __do_sys_io_submit+0x86/0x270 __x64_sys_io_submit+0x22/0x30 do_syscall_64+0xb1/0x210 entry_SYSCALL_64_after_hwframe+0x6c/0x74 Freed in mempool_free_slab+0x1f/0x30 age=1 cpu=1 pid=869 kmem_cache_free+0x28c/0x550 mempool_free_slab+0x1f/0x30 mempool_free+0x40/0x100 bio_free+0x59/0x80 bio_put+0xf0/0x220 free_r1bio+0x74/0xb0 raid1_make_request+0xadf/0x1150 md_handle_request+0xc7/0x3b0 md_submit_bio+0x76/0x130 __submit_bio+0xd8/0x1d0 submit_bio_noacct_nocheck+0x1eb/0x5c0 submit_bio_noacct+0x169/0xd40 submit_bio+0xee/0x1d0 blkdev_direct_IO+0x322/0x8a0 blkdev_write_iter+0x309/0x440 aio_write+0x139/0x2f0 Since that bios for underlying disks are not allocated yet, fix this problem by using mempool_free() directly to free the r1_bio. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35978 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: Bluetooth: Fix memory leak in hci_req_sync_complete() In \'hci_req_sync_complete()\', always free the previous sync request state before assigning reference to a new one. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35977 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: platform/chrome: cros_ec_uart: properly fix race condition The cros_ec_uart_probe() function calls devm_serdev_device_open() before it calls serdev_device_set_client_ops(). This can trigger a NULL pointer dereference: BUG: kernel NULL pointer dereference, address: 0000000000000000 ... Call Trace: <TASK> ... ? ttyport_receive_buf A simplified version of crashing code is as follows: static inline size_t serdev_controller_receive_buf(struct serdev_controller *ctrl, const u8 *data, size_t count) { struct serdev_device *serdev = ctrl->serdev; if (!serdev || !serdev->ops->receive_buf) // CRASH! return 0; return serdev->ops->receive_buf(serdev, data, count); } It assumes that if SERPORT_ACTIVE is set and serdev exists, serdev->ops will also exist. This conflicts with the existing cros_ec_uart_probe() logic, as it first calls devm_serdev_device_open() (which sets SERPORT_ACTIVE), and only later sets serdev->ops via serdev_device_set_client_ops(). Commit 01f95d42b8f4 (platform/chrome: cros_ec_uart: fix race condition) attempted to fix a similar race condition, but while doing so, made the window of error for this race condition to happen much wider. Attempt to fix the race condition again, making sure we fully setup before calling devm_serdev_device_open(). -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35976 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: xsk: validate user input for XDP_{UMEM|COMPLETION}_FILL_RING syzbot reported an illegal copy in xsk_setsockopt() [1] Make sure to validate setsockopt() @optlen parameter. [1] BUG: KASAN: slab-out-of-bounds in copy_from_sockptr_offset include/linux/sockptr.h:49 [inline] BUG: KASAN: slab-out-of-bounds in copy_from_sockptr include/linux/sockptr.h:55 [inline] BUG: KASAN: slab-out-of-bounds in xsk_setsockopt+0x909/0xa40 net/xdp/xsk.c:1420 Read of size 4 at addr ffff888028c6cde3 by task syz-executor.0/7549 CPU: 0 PID: 7549 Comm: syz-executor.0 Not tainted 6.8.0-syzkaller-08951-gfe46a7dd189e #0 Hardware name: Google Google Compute Engine/Google Compute Engine, BIOS Google 03/27/2024 Call Trace: <TASK> __dump_stack lib/dump_stack.c:88 [inline] dump_stack_lvl+0x241/0x360 lib/dump_stack.c:114 print_address_description mm/kasan/report.c:377 [inline] print_report+0x169/0x550 mm/kasan/report.c:488 kasan_report+0x143/0x180 mm/kasan/report.c:601 copy_from_sockptr_offset include/linux/sockptr.h:49 [inline] copy_from_sockptr include/linux/sockptr.h:55 [inline] xsk_setsockopt+0x909/0xa40 net/xdp/xsk.c:1420 do_sock_setsockopt+0x3af/0x720 net/socket.c:2311 __sys_setsockopt+0x1ae/0x250 net/socket.c:2334 __do_sys_setsockopt net/socket.c:2343 [inline] __se_sys_setsockopt net/socket.c:2340 [inline] __x64_sys_setsockopt+0xb5/0xd0 net/socket.c:2340 do_syscall_64+0xfb/0x240 entry_SYSCALL_64_after_hwframe+0x6d/0x75 RIP: 0033:0x7fb40587de69 Code: 28 00 00 00 75 05 48 83 c4 28 c3 e8 e1 20 00 00 90 48 89 f8 48 89 f7 48 89 d6 48 89 ca 4d 89 c2 4d 89 c8 4c 8b 4c 24 08 0f 05 <48> 3d 01 f0 ff ff 73 01 c3 48 c7 c1 b0 ff ff ff f7 d8 64 89 01 48 RSP: 002b:00007fb40665a0c8 EFLAGS: 00000246 ORIG_RAX: 0000000000000036 RAX: ffffffffffffffda RBX: 00007fb4059abf80 RCX: 00007fb40587de69 RDX: 0000000000000005 RSI: 000000000000011b RDI: 0000000000000006 RBP: 00007fb4058ca47a R08: 0000000000000002 R09: 0000000000000000 R10: 0000000020001980 R11: 0000000000000246 R12: 0000000000000000 R13: 000000000000000b R14: 00007fb4059abf80 R15: 00007fff57ee4d08 </TASK> Allocated by task 7549: kasan_save_stack mm/kasan/common.c:47 [inline] kasan_save_track+0x3f/0x80 mm/kasan/common.c:68 poison_kmalloc_redzone mm/kasan/common.c:370 [inline] __kasan_kmalloc+0x98/0xb0 mm/kasan/common.c:387 kasan_kmalloc include/linux/kasan.h:211 [inline] __do_kmalloc_node mm/slub.c:3966 [inline] __kmalloc+0x233/0x4a0 mm/slub.c:3979 kmalloc include/linux/slab.h:632 [inline] __cgroup_bpf_run_filter_setsockopt+0xd2f/0x1040 kernel/bpf/cgroup.c:1869 do_sock_setsockopt+0x6b4/0x720 net/socket.c:2293 __sys_setsockopt+0x1ae/0x250 net/socket.c:2334 __do_sys_setsockopt net/socket.c:2343 [inline] __se_sys_setsockopt net/socket.c:2340 [inline] __x64_sys_setsockopt+0xb5/0xd0 net/socket.c:2340 do_syscall_64+0xfb/0x240 entry_SYSCALL_64_after_hwframe+0x6d/0x75 The buggy address belongs to the object at ffff888028c6cde0 which belongs to the cache kmalloc-8 of size 8 The buggy address is located 1 bytes to the right of allocated 2-byte region [ffff888028c6cde0, ffff888028c6cde2) The buggy address belongs to the physical page: page:ffffea0000a31b00 refcount:1 mapcount:0 mapping:0000000000000000 index:0xffff888028c6c9c0 pfn:0x28c6c anon flags: 0xfff00000000800(slab|node=0|zone=1|lastcpupid=0x7ff) page_type: 0xffffffff() raw: 00fff00000000800 ffff888014c41280 0000000000000000 dead000000000001 raw: ffff888028c6c9c0 0000000080800057 00000001ffffffff 0000000000000000 page dumped because: kasan: bad access detected page_owner tracks the page as allocated page last allocated via order 0, migratetype Unmovable, gfp_mask 0x112cc0(GFP_USER|__GFP_NOWARN|__GFP_NORETRY), pid 6648, tgid 6644 (syz-executor.0), ts 133906047828, free_ts 133859922223 set_page_owner include/linux/page_owner.h:31 [inline] post_alloc_hook+0x1ea/0x210 mm/page_alloc.c:1533 prep_new_page mm/page_alloc.c: ---truncated--- -- May 20, 2024 n/a
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