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IDDescriptionPriorityModified dateFixed Release
CVE-2024-35920 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: media: mediatek: vcodec: adding lock to protect decoder context list Add a lock for the ctx_list, to avoid accessing a NULL pointer within the \'vpu_dec_ipi_handler\' function when the ctx_list has been deleted due to an unexpected behavior on the SCP IP block. Hardware name: Google juniper sku16 board (DT) pstate: 20400005 (nzCv daif +PAN -UAO -TCO BTYPE=--) pc : vpu_dec_ipi_handler+0x58/0x1f8 [mtk_vcodec_dec] lr : scp_ipi_handler+0xd0/0x194 [mtk_scp] sp : ffffffc0131dbbd0 x29: ffffffc0131dbbd0 x28: 0000000000000000 x27: ffffff9bb277f348 x26: ffffff9bb242ad00 x25: ffffffd2d440d3b8 x24: ffffffd2a13ff1d4 x23: ffffff9bb7fe85a0 x22: ffffffc0133fbdb0 x21: 0000000000000010 x20: ffffff9b050ea328 x19: ffffffc0131dbc08 x18: 0000000000001000 x17: 0000000000000000 x16: ffffffd2d461c6e0 x15: 0000000000000242 x14: 000000000000018f x13: 000000000000004d x12: 0000000000000000 x11: 0000000000000001 x10: fffffffffffffff0 x9 : ffffff9bb6e793a8 x8 : 0000000000000000 x7 : 0000000000000000 x6 : 000000000000003f x5 : 0000000000000040 x4 : fffffffffffffff0 x3 : 0000000000000020 x2 : ffffff9bb6e79080 x1 : 0000000000000010 x0 : ffffffc0131dbc08 Call trace: vpu_dec_ipi_handler+0x58/0x1f8 [mtk_vcodec_dec (HASH:6c3f 2)] scp_ipi_handler+0xd0/0x194 [mtk_scp (HASH:7046 3)] mt8183_scp_irq_handler+0x44/0x88 [mtk_scp (HASH:7046 3)] scp_irq_handler+0x48/0x90 [mtk_scp (HASH:7046 3)] irq_thread_fn+0x38/0x94 irq_thread+0x100/0x1c0 kthread+0x140/0x1fc ret_from_fork+0x10/0x30 Code: 54000088 f94ca50a eb14015f 54000060 (f9400108) ---[ end trace ace43ce36cbd5c93 ]--- Kernel panic - not syncing: Oops: Fatal exception SMP: stopping secondary CPUs Kernel Offset: 0x12c4000000 from 0xffffffc010000000 PHYS_OFFSET: 0xffffffe580000000 CPU features: 0x08240002,2188200c Memory Limit: none -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35919 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: media: mediatek: vcodec: adding lock to protect encoder context list Add a lock for the ctx_list, to avoid accessing a NULL pointer within the \'vpu_enc_ipi_handler\' function when the ctx_list has been deleted due to an unexpected behavior on the SCP IP block. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35918 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: randomize_kstack: Improve entropy diffusion The kstack_offset variable was really only ever using the low bits for kernel stack offset entropy. Add a ror32() to increase bit diffusion. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35917 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: s390/bpf: Fix bpf_plt pointer arithmetic Kui-Feng Lee reported a crash on s390x triggered by the dummy_st_ops/dummy_init_ptr_arg test [1]: [<0000000000000002>] 0x2 [<00000000009d5cde>] bpf_struct_ops_test_run+0x156/0x250 [<000000000033145a>] __sys_bpf+0xa1a/0xd00 [<00000000003319dc>] __s390x_sys_bpf+0x44/0x50 [<0000000000c4382c>] __do_syscall+0x244/0x300 [<0000000000c59a40>] system_call+0x70/0x98 This is caused by GCC moving memcpy() after assignments in bpf_jit_plt(), resulting in NULL pointers being written instead of the return and the target addresses. Looking at the GCC internals, the reordering is allowed because the alias analysis thinks that the memcpy() destination and the assignments\' left-hand-sides are based on different objects: new_plt and bpf_plt_ret/bpf_plt_target respectively, and therefore they cannot alias. This is in turn due to a violation of the C standard: When two pointers are subtracted, both shall point to elements of the same array object, or one past the last element of the array object ... From the C\'s perspective, bpf_plt_ret and bpf_plt are distinct objects and cannot be subtracted. In the practical terms, doing so confuses the GCC\'s alias analysis. The code was written this way in order to let the C side know a few offsets defined in the assembly. While nice, this is by no means necessary. Fix the noncompliance by hardcoding these offsets. [1] -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35916 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: dma-buf: Fix NULL pointer dereference in sanitycheck() If due to a memory allocation failure mock_chain() returns NULL, it is passed to dma_fence_enable_sw_signaling() resulting in NULL pointer dereference there. Call dma_fence_enable_sw_signaling() only if mock_chain() succeeds. Found by Linux Verification Center ( with SVACE. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35915 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: nfc: nci: Fix uninit-value in nci_dev_up and nci_ntf_packet syzbot reported the following uninit-value access issue [1][2]: nci_rx_work() parses and processes received packet. When the payload length is zero, each message type handler reads uninitialized payload and KMSAN detects this issue. The receipt of a packet with a zero-size payload is considered unexpected, and therefore, such packets should be silently discarded. This patch resolved this issue by checking payload size before calling each message type handler codes. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35914 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: nfsd: Fix error cleanup path in nfsd_rename() Commit a8b0026847b8 (rename(): avoid a deadlock in the case of parents having no common ancestor) added an error bail out path. However this path does not drop the remount protection that has been acquired. Fix the cleanup path to properly drop the remount protection. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35913 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: wifi: iwlwifi: mvm: pick the version of SESSION_PROTECTION_NOTIF When we want to know whether we should look for the mac_id or the link_id in struct iwl_mvm_session_prot_notif, we should look at the version of SESSION_PROTECTION_NOTIF. This causes WARNINGs: WARNING: CPU: 0 PID: 11403 at drivers/net/wireless/intel/iwlwifi/mvm/time-event.c:959 iwl_mvm_rx_session_protect_notif+0x333/0x340 [iwlmvm] RIP: 0010:iwl_mvm_rx_session_protect_notif+0x333/0x340 [iwlmvm] Code: 00 49 c7 84 24 48 07 00 00 00 00 00 00 41 c6 84 24 78 07 00 00 ff 4c 89 f7 e8 e9 71 54 d9 e9 7d fd ff ff 0f 0b e9 23 fe ff ff <0f> 0b e9 1c fe ff ff 66 0f 1f 44 00 00 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 RSP: 0018:ffffb4bb00003d40 EFLAGS: 00010202 RAX: 0000000000000000 RBX: ffff9ae63a361000 RCX: ffff9ae4a98b60d4 RDX: ffff9ae4588499c0 RSI: 0000000000000305 RDI: ffff9ae4a98b6358 RBP: ffffb4bb00003d68 R08: 0000000000000003 R09: 0000000000000010 R10: ffffb4bb00003d00 R11: 000000000000000f R12: ffff9ae441399050 R13: ffff9ae4761329e8 R14: 0000000000000001 R15: 0000000000000000 FS: 0000000000000000(0000) GS:ffff9ae7af400000(0000) knlGS:0000000000000000 CS: 0010 DS: 0000 ES: 0000 CR0: 0000000080050033 CR2: 000055fb75680018 CR3: 00000003dae32006 CR4: 0000000000f70ef0 PKRU: 55555554 Call Trace: <IRQ> ? show_regs+0x69/0x80 ? __warn+0x8d/0x150 ? iwl_mvm_rx_session_protect_notif+0x333/0x340 [iwlmvm] ? report_bug+0x196/0x1c0 ? handle_bug+0x45/0x80 ? exc_invalid_op+0x1c/0xb0 ? asm_exc_invalid_op+0x1f/0x30 ? iwl_mvm_rx_session_protect_notif+0x333/0x340 [iwlmvm] iwl_mvm_rx_common+0x115/0x340 [iwlmvm] iwl_mvm_rx_mq+0xa6/0x100 [iwlmvm] iwl_pcie_rx_handle+0x263/0xa10 [iwlwifi] iwl_pcie_napi_poll_msix+0x32/0xd0 [iwlwifi] -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35912 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: wifi: iwlwifi: mvm: rfi: fix potential response leaks If the rx payload length check fails, or if kmemdup() fails, we still need to free the command response. Fix that. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35911 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: ice: fix memory corruption bug with suspend and rebuild The ice driver would previously panic after suspend. This is caused from the driver *only* calling the ice_vsi_free_q_vectors() function by itself, when it is suspending. Since commit b3e7b3a6ee92 (ice: prevent NULL pointer deref during reload) the driver has zeroed out num_q_vectors, and only restored it in ice_vsi_cfg_def(). This further causes the ice_rebuild() function to allocate a zero length buffer, after which num_q_vectors is updated, and then the new value of num_q_vectors is used to index into the zero length buffer, which corrupts memory. The fix entails making sure all the code referencing num_q_vectors only does so after it has been reset via ice_vsi_cfg_def(). I didn\'t perform a full bisect, but I was able to test against 6.1.77 kernel and that ice driver works fine for suspend/resume with no panic, so sometime since then, this problem was introduced. Also clean up an un-needed init of a local variable in the function being modified. PANIC from 6.8.0-rc1: [1026674.915596] PM: suspend exit [1026675.664697] ice 0000:17:00.1: PTP reset successful [1026675.664707] ice 0000:17:00.1: 2755 msecs passed between update to cached PHC time [1026675.667660] ice 0000:b1:00.0: PTP reset successful [1026675.675944] ice 0000:b1:00.0: 2832 msecs passed between update to cached PHC time [1026677.137733] ixgbe 0000:31:00.0 ens787: NIC Link is Up 1 Gbps, Flow Control: None [1026677.190201] BUG: kernel NULL pointer dereference, address: 0000000000000010 [1026677.192753] ice 0000:17:00.0: PTP reset successful [1026677.192764] ice 0000:17:00.0: 4548 msecs passed between update to cached PHC time [1026677.197928] #PF: supervisor read access in kernel mode [1026677.197933] #PF: error_code(0x0000) - not-present page [1026677.197937] PGD 1557a7067 P4D 0 [1026677.212133] ice 0000:b1:00.1: PTP reset successful [1026677.212143] ice 0000:b1:00.1: 4344 msecs passed between update to cached PHC time [1026677.212575] [1026677.243142] Oops: 0000 [#1] PREEMPT SMP NOPTI [1026677.247918] CPU: 23 PID: 42790 Comm: kworker/23:0 Kdump: loaded Tainted: G W 6.8.0-rc1+ #1 [1026677.257989] Hardware name: Intel Corporation M50CYP2SBSTD/M50CYP2SBSTD, BIOS SE5C620.86B.01.01.0005.2202160810 02/16/2022 [1026677.269367] Workqueue: ice ice_service_task [ice] [1026677.274592] RIP: 0010:ice_vsi_rebuild_set_coalesce+0x130/0x1e0 [ice] [1026677.281421] Code: 0f 84 3a ff ff ff 41 0f b7 74 ec 02 66 89 b0 22 02 00 00 81 e6 ff 1f 00 00 e8 ec fd ff ff e9 35 ff ff ff 48 8b 43 30 49 63 ed <41> 0f b7 34 24 41 83 c5 01 48 8b 3c e8 66 89 b7 aa 02 00 00 81 e6 [1026677.300877] RSP: 0018:ff3be62a6399bcc0 EFLAGS: 00010202 [1026677.306556] RAX: ff28691e28980828 RBX: ff28691e41099828 RCX: 0000000000188000 [1026677.314148] RDX: 0000000000000000 RSI: 0000000000000010 RDI: ff28691e41099828 [1026677.321730] RBP: 0000000000000000 R08: 0000000000000000 R09: 0000000000000000 [1026677.329311] R10: 0000000000000007 R11: ffffffffffffffc0 R12: 0000000000000010 [1026677.336896] R13: 0000000000000000 R14: 0000000000000000 R15: ff28691e0eaa81a0 [1026677.344472] FS: 0000000000000000(0000) GS:ff28693cbffc0000(0000) knlGS:0000000000000000 [1026677.353000] CS: 0010 DS: 0000 ES: 0000 CR0: 0000000080050033 [1026677.359195] CR2: 0000000000000010 CR3: 0000000128df4001 CR4: 0000000000771ef0 [1026677.366779] DR0: 0000000000000000 DR1: 0000000000000000 DR2: 0000000000000000 [1026677.374369] DR3: 0000000000000000 DR6: 00000000fffe0ff0 DR7: 0000000000000400 [1026677.381952] PKRU: 55555554 [1026677.385116] Call Trace: [1026677.388023] <TASK> [1026677.390589] ? __die+0x20/0x70 [1026677.394105] ? page_fault_oops+0x82/0x160 [1026677.398576] ? do_user_addr_fault+0x65/0x6a0 [1026677.403307] ? exc_page_fault+0x6a/0x150 [1026677.407694] ? asm_exc_page_fault+0x22/0x30 [1026677.412349] ? ice_vsi_rebuild_set_coalesce+0x130/0x1e0 [ice] [1026677.4186 ---truncated--- -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35910 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: tcp: properly terminate timers for kernel sockets We had various syzbot reports about tcp timers firing after the corresponding netns has been dismantled. Fortunately Josef Bacik could trigger the issue more often, and could test a patch I wrote two years ago. When TCP sockets are closed, we call inet_csk_clear_xmit_timers() to \'stop\' the timers. inet_csk_clear_xmit_timers() can be called from any context, including when socket lock is held. This is the reason it uses sk_stop_timer(), aka del_timer(). This means that ongoing timers might finish much later. For user sockets, this is fine because each running timer holds a reference on the socket, and the user socket holds a reference on the netns. For kernel sockets, we risk that the netns is freed before timer can complete, because kernel sockets do not hold reference on the netns. This patch adds inet_csk_clear_xmit_timers_sync() function that using sk_stop_timer_sync() to make sure all timers are terminated before the kernel socket is released. Modules using kernel sockets close them in their netns exit() handler. Also add sock_not_owned_by_me() helper to get LOCKDEP support : inet_csk_clear_xmit_timers_sync() must not be called while socket lock is held. It is very possible we can revert in the future commit 3a58f13a881e (net: rds: acquire refcount on TCP sockets) which attempted to solve the issue in rds only. (net/smc/af_smc.c and net/mptcp/subflow.c have similar code) We probably can remove the check_net() tests from tcp_out_of_resources() and __tcp_close() in the future. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35909 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: net: wwan: t7xx: Split 64bit accesses to fix alignment issues Some of the registers are aligned on a 32bit boundary, causing alignment faults on 64bit platforms. Unable to handle kernel paging request at virtual address ffffffc084a1d004 Mem abort info: ESR = 0x0000000096000061 EC = 0x25: DABT (current EL), IL = 32 bits SET = 0, FnV = 0 EA = 0, S1PTW = 0 FSC = 0x21: alignment fault Data abort info: ISV = 0, ISS = 0x00000061, ISS2 = 0x00000000 CM = 0, WnR = 1, TnD = 0, TagAccess = 0 GCS = 0, Overlay = 0, DirtyBit = 0, Xs = 0 swapper pgtable: 4k pages, 39-bit VAs, pgdp=0000000046ad6000 [ffffffc084a1d004] pgd=100000013ffff003, p4d=100000013ffff003, pud=100000013ffff003, pmd=0068000020a00711 Internal error: Oops: 0000000096000061 [#1] SMP Modules linked in: mtk_t7xx(+) qcserial pppoe ppp_async option nft_fib_inet nf_flow_table_inet mt7921u(O) mt7921s(O) mt7921e(O) mt7921_common(O) iwlmvm(O) iwldvm(O) usb_wwan rndis_host qmi_wwan pppox ppp_generic nft_reject_ipv6 nft_reject_ipv4 nft_reject_inet nft_reject nft_redir nft_quota nft_numgen nft_nat nft_masq nft_log nft_limit nft_hash nft_flow_offload nft_fib_ipv6 nft_fib_ipv4 nft_fib nft_ct nft_chain_nat nf_tables nf_nat nf_flow_table nf_conntrack mt7996e(O) mt792x_usb(O) mt792x_lib(O) mt7915e(O) mt76_usb(O) mt76_sdio(O) mt76_connac_lib(O) mt76(O) mac80211(O) iwlwifi(O) huawei_cdc_ncm cfg80211(O) cdc_ncm cdc_ether wwan usbserial usbnet slhc sfp rtc_pcf8563 nfnetlink nf_reject_ipv6 nf_reject_ipv4 nf_log_syslog nf_defrag_ipv6 nf_defrag_ipv4 mt6577_auxadc mdio_i2c libcrc32c compat(O) cdc_wdm cdc_acm at24 crypto_safexcel pwm_fan i2c_gpio i2c_smbus industrialio i2c_algo_bit i2c_mux_reg i2c_mux_pca954x i2c_mux_pca9541 i2c_mux_gpio i2c_mux dummy oid_registry tun sha512_arm64 sha1_ce sha1_generic seqiv md5 geniv des_generic libdes cbc authencesn authenc leds_gpio xhci_plat_hcd xhci_pci xhci_mtk_hcd xhci_hcd nvme nvme_core gpio_button_hotplug(O) dm_mirror dm_region_hash dm_log dm_crypt dm_mod dax usbcore usb_common ptp aquantia pps_core mii tpm encrypted_keys trusted CPU: 3 PID: 5266 Comm: kworker/u9:1 Tainted: G O 6.6.22 #0 Hardware name: Bananapi BPI-R4 (DT) Workqueue: md_hk_wq t7xx_fsm_uninit [mtk_t7xx] pstate: 804000c5 (Nzcv daIF +PAN -UAO -TCO -DIT -SSBS BTYPE=--) pc : t7xx_cldma_hw_set_start_addr+0x1c/0x3c [mtk_t7xx] lr : t7xx_cldma_start+0xac/0x13c [mtk_t7xx] sp : ffffffc085d63d30 x29: ffffffc085d63d30 x28: 0000000000000000 x27: 0000000000000000 x26: 0000000000000000 x25: ffffff80c804f2c0 x24: ffffff80ca196c05 x23: 0000000000000000 x22: ffffff80c814b9b8 x21: ffffff80c814b128 x20: 0000000000000001 x19: ffffff80c814b080 x18: 0000000000000014 x17: 0000000055c9806b x16: 000000007c5296d0 x15: 000000000f6bca68 x14: 00000000dbdbdce4 x13: 000000001aeaf72a x12: 0000000000000001 x11: 0000000000000000 x10: 0000000000000000 x9 : 0000000000000000 x8 : ffffff80ca1ef6b4 x7 : ffffff80c814b818 x6 : 0000000000000018 x5 : 0000000000000870 x4 : 0000000000000000 x3 : 0000000000000000 x2 : 000000010a947000 x1 : ffffffc084a1d004 x0 : ffffffc084a1d004 Call trace: t7xx_cldma_hw_set_start_addr+0x1c/0x3c [mtk_t7xx] t7xx_fsm_uninit+0x578/0x5ec [mtk_t7xx] process_one_work+0x154/0x2a0 worker_thread+0x2ac/0x488 kthread+0xe0/0xec ret_from_fork+0x10/0x20 Code: f9400800 91001000 8b214001 d50332bf (f9000022) ---[ end trace 0000000000000000 ]--- The inclusion of io-64-nonatomic-lo-hi.h indicates that all 64bit accesses can be replaced by pairs of nonatomic 32bit access. Fix alignment by forcing all accesses to be 32bit on 64bit platforms. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35908 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: tls: get psock ref after taking rxlock to avoid leak At the start of tls_sw_recvmsg, we take a reference on the psock, and then call tls_rx_reader_lock. If that fails, we return directly without releasing the reference. Instead of adding a new label, just take the reference after locking has succeeded, since we don\'t need it before. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35907 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: mlxbf_gige: call request_irq() after NAPI initialized The mlxbf_gige driver encounters a NULL pointer exception in mlxbf_gige_open() when kdump is enabled. The sequence to reproduce the exception is as follows: a) enable kdump b) trigger kdump via echo c > /proc/sysrq-trigger c) kdump kernel executes d) kdump kernel loads mlxbf_gige module e) the mlxbf_gige module runs its open() as the the oob_net0 interface is brought up f) mlxbf_gige module will experience an exception during its open(), something like: Unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at virtual address 0000000000000000 Mem abort info: ESR = 0x0000000086000004 EC = 0x21: IABT (current EL), IL = 32 bits SET = 0, FnV = 0 EA = 0, S1PTW = 0 FSC = 0x04: level 0 translation fault user pgtable: 4k pages, 48-bit VAs, pgdp=00000000e29a4000 [0000000000000000] pgd=0000000000000000, p4d=0000000000000000 Internal error: Oops: 0000000086000004 [#1] SMP CPU: 0 PID: 812 Comm: NetworkManager Tainted: G OE 5.15.0-1035-bluefield #37-Ubuntu Hardware name: BlueField-3 SmartNIC Main Card/BlueField-3 SmartNIC Main Card, BIOS Jan 19 2024 pstate: 80400009 (Nzcv daif +PAN -UAO -TCO -DIT -SSBS BTYPE=--) pc : 0x0 lr : __napi_poll+0x40/0x230 sp : ffff800008003e00 x29: ffff800008003e00 x28: 0000000000000000 x27: 00000000ffffffff x26: ffff000066027238 x25: ffff00007cedec00 x24: ffff800008003ec8 x23: 000000000000012c x22: ffff800008003eb7 x21: 0000000000000000 x20: 0000000000000001 x19: ffff000066027238 x18: 0000000000000000 x17: ffff578fcb450000 x16: ffffa870b083c7c0 x15: 0000aaab010441d0 x14: 0000000000000001 x13: 00726f7272655f65 x12: 6769675f6662786c x11: 0000000000000000 x10: 0000000000000000 x9 : ffffa870b0842398 x8 : 0000000000000004 x7 : fe5a48b9069706ea x6 : 17fdb11fc84ae0d2 x5 : d94a82549d594f35 x4 : 0000000000000000 x3 : 0000000000400100 x2 : 0000000000000000 x1 : 0000000000000000 x0 : ffff000066027238 Call trace: 0x0 net_rx_action+0x178/0x360 __do_softirq+0x15c/0x428 __irq_exit_rcu+0xac/0xec irq_exit+0x18/0x2c handle_domain_irq+0x6c/0xa0 gic_handle_irq+0xec/0x1b0 call_on_irq_stack+0x20/0x2c do_interrupt_handler+0x5c/0x70 el1_interrupt+0x30/0x50 el1h_64_irq_handler+0x18/0x2c el1h_64_irq+0x7c/0x80 __setup_irq+0x4c0/0x950 request_threaded_irq+0xf4/0x1bc mlxbf_gige_request_irqs+0x68/0x110 [mlxbf_gige] mlxbf_gige_open+0x5c/0x170 [mlxbf_gige] __dev_open+0x100/0x220 __dev_change_flags+0x16c/0x1f0 dev_change_flags+0x2c/0x70 do_setlink+0x220/0xa40 __rtnl_newlink+0x56c/0x8a0 rtnl_newlink+0x58/0x84 rtnetlink_rcv_msg+0x138/0x3c4 netlink_rcv_skb+0x64/0x130 rtnetlink_rcv+0x20/0x30 netlink_unicast+0x2ec/0x360 netlink_sendmsg+0x278/0x490 __sock_sendmsg+0x5c/0x6c ____sys_sendmsg+0x290/0x2d4 ___sys_sendmsg+0x84/0xd0 __sys_sendmsg+0x70/0xd0 __arm64_sys_sendmsg+0x2c/0x40 invoke_syscall+0x78/0x100 el0_svc_common.constprop.0+0x54/0x184 do_el0_svc+0x30/0xac el0_svc+0x48/0x160 el0t_64_sync_handler+0xa4/0x12c el0t_64_sync+0x1a4/0x1a8 Code: bad PC value ---[ end trace 7d1c3f3bf9d81885 ]--- Kernel panic - not syncing: Oops: Fatal exception in interrupt Kernel Offset: 0x2870a7a00000 from 0xffff800008000000 PHYS_OFFSET: 0x80000000 CPU features: 0x0,000005c1,a3332a5a Memory Limit: none ---[ end Kernel panic - not syncing: Oops: Fatal exception in interrupt ]--- The exception happens because there is a pending RX interrupt before the call to request_irq(RX IRQ) executes. Then, the RX IRQ handler fires immediately after this request_irq() completes. The ---truncated--- -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35906 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: drm/amd/display: Send DTBCLK disable message on first commit [Why] Previous patch to allow DTBCLK disable didn\'t address boot case. Driver thinks DTBCLK is disabled by default, so we don\'t send disable message to PMFW. DTBCLK is then enabled at idle desktop on boot, burning power. [How] Set dtbclk_en to true on boot so that disable message is sent during first commit. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35905 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: bpf: Protect against int overflow for stack access size This patch re-introduces protection against the size of access to stack memory being negative; the access size can appear negative as a result of overflowing its signed int representation. This should not actually happen, as there are other protections along the way, but we should protect against it anyway. One code path was missing such protections (fixed in the previous patch in the series), causing out-of-bounds array accesses in check_stack_range_initialized(). This patch causes the verification of a program with such a non-sensical access size to fail. This check used to exist in a more indirect way, but was inadvertendly removed in a833a17aeac7. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35904 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: selinux: avoid dereference of garbage after mount failure In case kern_mount() fails and returns an error pointer return in the error branch instead of continuing and dereferencing the error pointer. While on it drop the never read static variable selinuxfs_mount. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35903 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: x86/bpf: Fix IP after emitting call depth accounting Adjust the IP passed to `emit_patch` so it calculates the correct offset for the CALL instruction if `x86_call_depth_emit_accounting` emits code. Otherwise we will skip some instructions and most likely crash. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35902 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: net/rds: fix possible cp null dereference cp might be null, calling cp->cp_conn would produce null dereference [Simon Horman adds:] Analysis: * cp is a parameter of __rds_rdma_map and is not reassigned. * The following call-sites pass a NULL cp argument to __rds_rdma_map() - rds_get_mr() - rds_get_mr_for_dest * Prior to the code above, the following assumes that cp may be NULL (which is indicative, but could itself be unnecessary) trans_private = rs->rs_transport->get_mr( sg, nents, rs, &mr->r_key, cp ? cp->cp_conn : NULL, args->vec.addr, args->vec.bytes, need_odp ? ODP_ZEROBASED : ODP_NOT_NEEDED); * The code modified by this patch is guarded by IS_ERR(trans_private), where trans_private is assigned as per the previous point in this analysis. The only implementation of get_mr that I could locate is rds_ib_get_mr() which can return an ERR_PTR if the conn (4th) argument is NULL. * ret is set to PTR_ERR(trans_private). rds_ib_get_mr can return ERR_PTR(-ENODEV) if the conn (4th) argument is NULL. Thus ret may be -ENODEV in which case the code in question will execute. Conclusion: * cp may be NULL at the point where this patch adds a check; this patch does seem to address a possible bug -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35901 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: net: mana: Fix Rx DMA datasize and skb_over_panic mana_get_rxbuf_cfg() aligns the RX buffer\'s DMA datasize to be multiple of 64. So a packet slightly bigger than mtu+14, say 1536, can be received and cause skb_over_panic. Sample dmesg: [ 5325.237162] skbuff: skb_over_panic: text:ffffffffc043277a len:1536 put:1536 head:ff1100018b517000 data:ff1100018b517100 tail:0x700 end:0x6ea dev:<NULL> [ 5325.243689] ------------[ cut here ]------------ [ 5325.245748] kernel BUG at net/core/skbuff.c:192! [ 5325.247838] invalid opcode: 0000 [#1] PREEMPT SMP NOPTI [ 5325.258374] RIP: 0010:skb_panic+0x4f/0x60 [ 5325.302941] Call Trace: [ 5325.304389] <IRQ> [ 5325.315794] ? skb_panic+0x4f/0x60 [ 5325.317457] ? asm_exc_invalid_op+0x1f/0x30 [ 5325.319490] ? skb_panic+0x4f/0x60 [ 5325.321161] skb_put+0x4e/0x50 [ 5325.322670] mana_poll+0x6fa/0xb50 [mana] [ 5325.324578] __napi_poll+0x33/0x1e0 [ 5325.326328] net_rx_action+0x12e/0x280 As discussed internally, this alignment is not necessary. To fix this bug, remove it from the code. So oversized packets will be marked as CQE_RX_TRUNCATED by NIC, and dropped. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35900 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: netfilter: nf_tables: reject new basechain after table flag update When dormant flag is toggled, hooks are disabled in the commit phase by iterating over current chains in table (existing and new). The following configuration allows for an inconsistent state: add table x add chain x y { type filter hook input priority 0; } add table x { flags dormant; } add chain x w { type filter hook input priority 1; } which triggers the following warning when trying to unregister chain w which is already unregistered. [ 127.322252] WARNING: CPU: 7 PID: 1211 at net/netfilter/core.c:50 1 __nf_unregister_net_hook+0x21a/0x260 [...] [ 127.322519] Call Trace: [ 127.322521] <TASK> [ 127.322524] ? __warn+0x9f/0x1a0 [ 127.322531] ? __nf_unregister_net_hook+0x21a/0x260 [ 127.322537] ? report_bug+0x1b1/0x1e0 [ 127.322545] ? handle_bug+0x3c/0x70 [ 127.322552] ? exc_invalid_op+0x17/0x40 [ 127.322556] ? asm_exc_invalid_op+0x1a/0x20 [ 127.322563] ? kasan_save_free_info+0x3b/0x60 [ 127.322570] ? __nf_unregister_net_hook+0x6a/0x260 [ 127.322577] ? __nf_unregister_net_hook+0x21a/0x260 [ 127.322583] ? __nf_unregister_net_hook+0x6a/0x260 [ 127.322590] ? __nf_tables_unregister_hook+0x8a/0xe0 [nf_tables] [ 127.322655] nft_table_disable+0x75/0xf0 [nf_tables] [ 127.322717] nf_tables_commit+0x2571/0x2620 [nf_tables] -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35899 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: netfilter: nf_tables: flush pending destroy work before exit_net release Similar to 2c9f0293280e (netfilter: nf_tables: flush pending destroy work before netlink notifier) to address a race between exit_net and the destroy workqueue. The trace below shows an element to be released via destroy workqueue while exit_net path (triggered via module removal) has already released the set that is used in such transaction. [ 1360.547789] BUG: KASAN: slab-use-after-free in nf_tables_trans_destroy_work+0x3f5/0x590 [nf_tables] [ 1360.547861] Read of size 8 at addr ffff888140500cc0 by task kworker/4:1/152465 [ 1360.547870] CPU: 4 PID: 152465 Comm: kworker/4:1 Not tainted 6.8.0+ #359 [ 1360.547882] Workqueue: events nf_tables_trans_destroy_work [nf_tables] [ 1360.547984] Call Trace: [ 1360.547991] <TASK> [ 1360.547998] dump_stack_lvl+0x53/0x70 [ 1360.548014] print_report+0xc4/0x610 [ 1360.548026] ? __virt_addr_valid+0xba/0x160 [ 1360.548040] ? __pfx__raw_spin_lock_irqsave+0x10/0x10 [ 1360.548054] ? nf_tables_trans_destroy_work+0x3f5/0x590 [nf_tables] [ 1360.548176] kasan_report+0xae/0xe0 [ 1360.548189] ? nf_tables_trans_destroy_work+0x3f5/0x590 [nf_tables] [ 1360.548312] nf_tables_trans_destroy_work+0x3f5/0x590 [nf_tables] [ 1360.548447] ? __pfx_nf_tables_trans_destroy_work+0x10/0x10 [nf_tables] [ 1360.548577] ? _raw_spin_unlock_irq+0x18/0x30 [ 1360.548591] process_one_work+0x2f1/0x670 [ 1360.548610] worker_thread+0x4d3/0x760 [ 1360.548627] ? __pfx_worker_thread+0x10/0x10 [ 1360.548640] kthread+0x16b/0x1b0 [ 1360.548653] ? __pfx_kthread+0x10/0x10 [ 1360.548665] ret_from_fork+0x2f/0x50 [ 1360.548679] ? __pfx_kthread+0x10/0x10 [ 1360.548690] ret_from_fork_asm+0x1a/0x30 [ 1360.548707] </TASK> [ 1360.548719] Allocated by task 192061: [ 1360.548726] kasan_save_stack+0x20/0x40 [ 1360.548739] kasan_save_track+0x14/0x30 [ 1360.548750] __kasan_kmalloc+0x8f/0xa0 [ 1360.548760] __kmalloc_node+0x1f1/0x450 [ 1360.548771] nf_tables_newset+0x10c7/0x1b50 [nf_tables] [ 1360.548883] nfnetlink_rcv_batch+0xbc4/0xdc0 [nfnetlink] [ 1360.548909] nfnetlink_rcv+0x1a8/0x1e0 [nfnetlink] [ 1360.548927] netlink_unicast+0x367/0x4f0 [ 1360.548935] netlink_sendmsg+0x34b/0x610 [ 1360.548944] ____sys_sendmsg+0x4d4/0x510 [ 1360.548953] ___sys_sendmsg+0xc9/0x120 [ 1360.548961] __sys_sendmsg+0xbe/0x140 [ 1360.548971] do_syscall_64+0x55/0x120 [ 1360.548982] entry_SYSCALL_64_after_hwframe+0x55/0x5d [ 1360.548994] Freed by task 192222: [ 1360.548999] kasan_save_stack+0x20/0x40 [ 1360.549009] kasan_save_track+0x14/0x30 [ 1360.549019] kasan_save_free_info+0x3b/0x60 [ 1360.549028] poison_slab_object+0x100/0x180 [ 1360.549036] __kasan_slab_free+0x14/0x30 [ 1360.549042] kfree+0xb6/0x260 [ 1360.549049] __nft_release_table+0x473/0x6a0 [nf_tables] [ 1360.549131] nf_tables_exit_net+0x170/0x240 [nf_tables] [ 1360.549221] ops_exit_list+0x50/0xa0 [ 1360.549229] free_exit_list+0x101/0x140 [ 1360.549236] unregister_pernet_operations+0x107/0x160 [ 1360.549245] unregister_pernet_subsys+0x1c/0x30 [ 1360.549254] nf_tables_module_exit+0x43/0x80 [nf_tables] [ 1360.549345] __do_sys_delete_module+0x253/0x370 [ 1360.549352] do_syscall_64+0x55/0x120 [ 1360.549360] entry_SYSCALL_64_after_hwframe+0x55/0x5d (gdb) list *__nft_release_table+0x473 0x1e033 is in __nft_release_table (net/netfilter/nf_tables_api.c:11354). 11349 list_for_each_entry_safe(flowtable, nf, &table->flowtables, list) { 11350 list_del(&flowtable->list); 11351 nft_use_dec(&table->use); 11352 nf_tables_flowtable_destroy(flowtable); 11353 } 11354 list_for_each_entry_safe(set, ns, &table->sets, list) { 11355 list_del(&set->list); 11356 nft_use_dec(&table->use); 11357 if (set->flags & (NFT_SET_MAP | NFT_SET_OBJECT)) 11358 nft_map_deactivat ---truncated--- -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35898 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: netfilter: nf_tables: Fix potential data-race in __nft_flowtable_type_get() nft_unregister_flowtable_type() within nf_flow_inet_module_exit() can concurrent with __nft_flowtable_type_get() within nf_tables_newflowtable(). And thhere is not any protection when iterate over nf_tables_flowtables list in __nft_flowtable_type_get(). Therefore, there is pertential data-race of nf_tables_flowtables list entry. Use list_for_each_entry_rcu() to iterate over nf_tables_flowtables list in __nft_flowtable_type_get(), and use rcu_read_lock() in the caller nft_flowtable_type_get() to protect the entire type query process. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35897 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: netfilter: nf_tables: discard table flag update with pending basechain deletion Hook unregistration is deferred to the commit phase, same occurs with hook updates triggered by the table dormant flag. When both commands are combined, this results in deleting a basechain while leaving its hook still registered in the core. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35896 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: netfilter: validate user input for expected length I got multiple syzbot reports showing old bugs exposed by BPF after commit 20f2505fb436 (bpf: Try to avoid kzalloc in cgroup/{s,g}etsockopt) setsockopt() @optlen argument should be taken into account before copying data. 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 do_replace net/ipv4/netfilter/ip_tables.c:1111 [inline] BUG: KASAN: slab-out-of-bounds in do_ipt_set_ctl+0x902/0x3dd0 net/ipv4/netfilter/ip_tables.c:1627 Read of size 96 at addr ffff88802cd73da0 by task syz-executor.4/7238 CPU: 1 PID: 7238 Comm: syz-executor.4 Not tainted 6.9.0-rc2-next-20240403-syzkaller #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 kasan_check_range+0x282/0x290 mm/kasan/generic.c:189 __asan_memcpy+0x29/0x70 mm/kasan/shadow.c:105 copy_from_sockptr_offset include/linux/sockptr.h:49 [inline] copy_from_sockptr include/linux/sockptr.h:55 [inline] do_replace net/ipv4/netfilter/ip_tables.c:1111 [inline] do_ipt_set_ctl+0x902/0x3dd0 net/ipv4/netfilter/ip_tables.c:1627 nf_setsockopt+0x295/0x2c0 net/netfilter/nf_sockopt.c:101 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+0x72/0x7a RIP: 0033:0x7fd22067dde9 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:00007fd21f9ff0c8 EFLAGS: 00000246 ORIG_RAX: 0000000000000036 RAX: ffffffffffffffda RBX: 00007fd2207abf80 RCX: 00007fd22067dde9 RDX: 0000000000000040 RSI: 0000000000000000 RDI: 0000000000000003 RBP: 00007fd2206ca47a R08: 0000000000000001 R09: 0000000000000000 R10: 0000000020000880 R11: 0000000000000246 R12: 0000000000000000 R13: 000000000000000b R14: 00007fd2207abf80 R15: 00007ffd2d0170d8 </TASK> Allocated by task 7238: 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:4069 [inline] __kmalloc_noprof+0x200/0x410 mm/slub.c:4082 kmalloc_noprof include/linux/slab.h:664 [inline] __cgroup_bpf_run_filter_setsockopt+0xd47/0x1050 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+0x72/0x7a The buggy address belongs to the object at ffff88802cd73da0 which belongs to the cache kmalloc-8 of size 8 The buggy address is located 0 bytes inside of allocated 1-byte region [ffff88802cd73da0, ffff88802cd73da1) The buggy address belongs to the physical page: page: refcount:1 mapcount:0 mapping:0000000000000000 index:0xffff88802cd73020 pfn:0x2cd73 flags: 0xfff80000000000(node=0|zone=1|lastcpupid=0xfff) page_type: 0xffffefff(slab) raw: 00fff80000000000 ffff888015041280 dead000000000100 dead000000000122 raw: ffff88802cd73020 000000008080007f 00000001ffffefff 00 ---truncated--- -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35895 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: bpf, sockmap: Prevent lock inversion deadlock in map delete elem syzkaller started using corpuses where a BPF tracing program deletes elements from a sockmap/sockhash map. Because BPF tracing programs can be invoked from any interrupt context, locks taken during a map_delete_elem operation must be hardirq-safe. Otherwise a deadlock due to lock inversion is possible, as reported by lockdep: CPU0 CPU1 ---- ---- lock(&htab->buckets[i].lock); local_irq_disable(); lock(&host->lock); lock(&htab->buckets[i].lock); <Interrupt> lock(&host->lock); Locks in sockmap are hardirq-unsafe by design. We expects elements to be deleted from sockmap/sockhash only in task (normal) context with interrupts enabled, or in softirq context. Detect when map_delete_elem operation is invoked from a context which is _not_ hardirq-unsafe, that is interrupts are disabled, and bail out with an error. Note that map updates are not affected by this issue. BPF verifier does not allow updating sockmap/sockhash from a BPF tracing program today. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35894 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: mptcp: prevent BPF accessing lowat from a subflow socket. Alexei reported the following splat: WARNING: CPU: 32 PID: 3276 at net/mptcp/subflow.c:1430 subflow_data_ready+0x147/0x1c0 Modules linked in: dummy bpf_testmod(O) [last unloaded: bpf_test_no_cfi(O)] CPU: 32 PID: 3276 Comm: test_progs Tainted: GO 6.8.0-12873-g2c43c33bfd23 Call Trace: <TASK> mptcp_set_rcvlowat+0x79/0x1d0 sk_setsockopt+0x6c0/0x1540 __bpf_setsockopt+0x6f/0x90 bpf_sock_ops_setsockopt+0x3c/0x90 bpf_prog_509ce5db2c7f9981_bpf_test_sockopt_int+0xb4/0x11b bpf_prog_dce07e362d941d2b_bpf_test_socket_sockopt+0x12b/0x132 bpf_prog_348c9b5faaf10092_skops_sockopt+0x954/0xe86 __cgroup_bpf_run_filter_sock_ops+0xbc/0x250 tcp_connect+0x879/0x1160 tcp_v6_connect+0x50c/0x870 mptcp_connect+0x129/0x280 __inet_stream_connect+0xce/0x370 inet_stream_connect+0x36/0x50 bpf_trampoline_6442491565+0x49/0xef inet_stream_connect+0x5/0x50 __sys_connect+0x63/0x90 __x64_sys_connect+0x14/0x20 The root cause of the issue is that bpf allows accessing mptcp-level proto_ops from a tcp subflow scope. Fix the issue detecting the problematic call and preventing any action. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35893 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: net/sched: act_skbmod: prevent kernel-infoleak syzbot found that tcf_skbmod_dump() was copying four bytes from kernel stack to user space [1]. The issue here is that \'struct tc_skbmod\' has a four bytes hole. We need to clear the structure before filling fields. [1] BUG: KMSAN: kernel-infoleak in instrument_copy_to_user include/linux/instrumented.h:114 [inline] BUG: KMSAN: kernel-infoleak in copy_to_user_iter lib/iov_iter.c:24 [inline] BUG: KMSAN: kernel-infoleak in iterate_ubuf include/linux/iov_iter.h:29 [inline] BUG: KMSAN: kernel-infoleak in iterate_and_advance2 include/linux/iov_iter.h:245 [inline] BUG: KMSAN: kernel-infoleak in iterate_and_advance include/linux/iov_iter.h:271 [inline] BUG: KMSAN: kernel-infoleak in _copy_to_iter+0x366/0x2520 lib/iov_iter.c:185 instrument_copy_to_user include/linux/instrumented.h:114 [inline] copy_to_user_iter lib/iov_iter.c:24 [inline] iterate_ubuf include/linux/iov_iter.h:29 [inline] iterate_and_advance2 include/linux/iov_iter.h:245 [inline] iterate_and_advance include/linux/iov_iter.h:271 [inline] _copy_to_iter+0x366/0x2520 lib/iov_iter.c:185 copy_to_iter include/linux/uio.h:196 [inline] simple_copy_to_iter net/core/datagram.c:532 [inline] __skb_datagram_iter+0x185/0x1000 net/core/datagram.c:420 skb_copy_datagram_iter+0x5c/0x200 net/core/datagram.c:546 skb_copy_datagram_msg include/linux/skbuff.h:4050 [inline] netlink_recvmsg+0x432/0x1610 net/netlink/af_netlink.c:1962 sock_recvmsg_nosec net/socket.c:1046 [inline] sock_recvmsg+0x2c4/0x340 net/socket.c:1068 __sys_recvfrom+0x35a/0x5f0 net/socket.c:2242 __do_sys_recvfrom net/socket.c:2260 [inline] __se_sys_recvfrom net/socket.c:2256 [inline] __x64_sys_recvfrom+0x126/0x1d0 net/socket.c:2256 do_syscall_64+0xd5/0x1f0 entry_SYSCALL_64_after_hwframe+0x6d/0x75 Uninit was stored to memory at: pskb_expand_head+0x30f/0x19d0 net/core/skbuff.c:2253 netlink_trim+0x2c2/0x330 net/netlink/af_netlink.c:1317 netlink_unicast+0x9f/0x1260 net/netlink/af_netlink.c:1351 nlmsg_unicast include/net/netlink.h:1144 [inline] nlmsg_notify+0x21d/0x2f0 net/netlink/af_netlink.c:2610 rtnetlink_send+0x73/0x90 net/core/rtnetlink.c:741 rtnetlink_maybe_send include/linux/rtnetlink.h:17 [inline] tcf_add_notify net/sched/act_api.c:2048 [inline] tcf_action_add net/sched/act_api.c:2071 [inline] tc_ctl_action+0x146e/0x19d0 net/sched/act_api.c:2119 rtnetlink_rcv_msg+0x1737/0x1900 net/core/rtnetlink.c:6595 netlink_rcv_skb+0x375/0x650 net/netlink/af_netlink.c:2559 rtnetlink_rcv+0x34/0x40 net/core/rtnetlink.c:6613 netlink_unicast_kernel net/netlink/af_netlink.c:1335 [inline] netlink_unicast+0xf4c/0x1260 net/netlink/af_netlink.c:1361 netlink_sendmsg+0x10df/0x11f0 net/netlink/af_netlink.c:1905 sock_sendmsg_nosec net/socket.c:730 [inline] __sock_sendmsg+0x30f/0x380 net/socket.c:745 ____sys_sendmsg+0x877/0xb60 net/socket.c:2584 ___sys_sendmsg+0x28d/0x3c0 net/socket.c:2638 __sys_sendmsg net/socket.c:2667 [inline] __do_sys_sendmsg net/socket.c:2676 [inline] __se_sys_sendmsg net/socket.c:2674 [inline] __x64_sys_sendmsg+0x307/0x4a0 net/socket.c:2674 do_syscall_64+0xd5/0x1f0 entry_SYSCALL_64_after_hwframe+0x6d/0x75 Uninit was stored to memory at: __nla_put lib/nlattr.c:1041 [inline] nla_put+0x1c6/0x230 lib/nlattr.c:1099 tcf_skbmod_dump+0x23f/0xc20 net/sched/act_skbmod.c:256 tcf_action_dump_old net/sched/act_api.c:1191 [inline] tcf_action_dump_1+0x85e/0x970 net/sched/act_api.c:1227 tcf_action_dump+0x1fd/0x460 net/sched/act_api.c:1251 tca_get_fill+0x519/0x7a0 net/sched/act_api.c:1628 tcf_add_notify_msg net/sched/act_api.c:2023 [inline] tcf_add_notify net/sched/act_api.c:2042 [inline] tcf_action_add net/sched/act_api.c:2071 [inline] tc_ctl_action+0x1365/0x19d0 net/sched/act_api.c:2119 rtnetlink_rcv_msg+0x1737/0x1900 net/core/rtnetlink.c:6595 netlink_rcv_skb+0x375/0x650 net/netlink/af_netli ---truncated--- -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35892 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: net/sched: fix lockdep splat in qdisc_tree_reduce_backlog() qdisc_tree_reduce_backlog() is called with the qdisc lock held, not RTNL. We must use qdisc_lookup_rcu() instead of qdisc_lookup() syzbot reported: WARNING: suspicious RCU usage 6.1.74-syzkaller #0 Not tainted ----------------------------- net/sched/sch_api.c:305 suspicious rcu_dereference_protected() usage! other info that might help us debug this: rcu_scheduler_active = 2, debug_locks = 1 3 locks held by udevd/1142: #0: ffffffff87c729a0 (rcu_read_lock){....}-{1:2}, at: rcu_lock_acquire include/linux/rcupdate.h:306 [inline] #0: ffffffff87c729a0 (rcu_read_lock){....}-{1:2}, at: rcu_read_lock include/linux/rcupdate.h:747 [inline] #0: ffffffff87c729a0 (rcu_read_lock){....}-{1:2}, at: net_tx_action+0x64a/0x970 net/core/dev.c:5282 #1: ffff888171861108 (&sch->q.lock){+.-.}-{2:2}, at: spin_lock include/linux/spinlock.h:350 [inline] #1: ffff888171861108 (&sch->q.lock){+.-.}-{2:2}, at: net_tx_action+0x754/0x970 net/core/dev.c:5297 #2: ffffffff87c729a0 (rcu_read_lock){....}-{1:2}, at: rcu_lock_acquire include/linux/rcupdate.h:306 [inline] #2: ffffffff87c729a0 (rcu_read_lock){....}-{1:2}, at: rcu_read_lock include/linux/rcupdate.h:747 [inline] #2: ffffffff87c729a0 (rcu_read_lock){....}-{1:2}, at: qdisc_tree_reduce_backlog+0x84/0x580 net/sched/sch_api.c:792 stack backtrace: CPU: 1 PID: 1142 Comm: udevd Not tainted 6.1.74-syzkaller #0 Hardware name: Google Google Compute Engine/Google Compute Engine, BIOS Google 01/25/2024 Call Trace: <TASK> [<ffffffff85b85f14>] __dump_stack lib/dump_stack.c:88 [inline] [<ffffffff85b85f14>] dump_stack_lvl+0x1b1/0x28f lib/dump_stack.c:106 [<ffffffff85b86007>] dump_stack+0x15/0x1e lib/dump_stack.c:113 [<ffffffff81802299>] lockdep_rcu_suspicious+0x1b9/0x260 kernel/locking/lockdep.c:6592 [<ffffffff84f0054c>] qdisc_lookup+0xac/0x6f0 net/sched/sch_api.c:305 [<ffffffff84f037c3>] qdisc_tree_reduce_backlog+0x243/0x580 net/sched/sch_api.c:811 [<ffffffff84f5b78c>] pfifo_tail_enqueue+0x32c/0x4b0 net/sched/sch_fifo.c:51 [<ffffffff84fbcf63>] qdisc_enqueue include/net/sch_generic.h:833 [inline] [<ffffffff84fbcf63>] netem_dequeue+0xeb3/0x15d0 net/sched/sch_netem.c:723 [<ffffffff84eecab9>] dequeue_skb net/sched/sch_generic.c:292 [inline] [<ffffffff84eecab9>] qdisc_restart net/sched/sch_generic.c:397 [inline] [<ffffffff84eecab9>] __qdisc_run+0x249/0x1e60 net/sched/sch_generic.c:415 [<ffffffff84d7aa96>] qdisc_run+0xd6/0x260 include/net/pkt_sched.h:125 [<ffffffff84d85d29>] net_tx_action+0x7c9/0x970 net/core/dev.c:5313 [<ffffffff85e002bd>] __do_softirq+0x2bd/0x9bd kernel/softirq.c:616 [<ffffffff81568bca>] invoke_softirq kernel/softirq.c:447 [inline] [<ffffffff81568bca>] __irq_exit_rcu+0xca/0x230 kernel/softirq.c:700 [<ffffffff81568ae9>] irq_exit_rcu+0x9/0x20 kernel/softirq.c:712 [<ffffffff85b89f52>] sysvec_apic_timer_interrupt+0x42/0x90 arch/x86/kernel/apic/apic.c:1107 [<ffffffff85c00ccb>] asm_sysvec_apic_timer_interrupt+0x1b/0x20 arch/x86/include/asm/idtentry.h:656 -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35891 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: net: phy: micrel: Fix potential null pointer dereference In lan8814_get_sig_rx() and lan8814_get_sig_tx() ptp_parse_header() may return NULL as ptp_header due to abnormal packet type or corrupted packet. Fix this bug by adding ptp_header check. Found by Linux Verification Center ( with SVACE. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35890 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: gro: fix ownership transfer If packets are GROed with fraglist they might be segmented later on and continue their journey in the stack. In skb_segment_list those skbs can be reused as-is. This is an issue as their destructor was removed in skb_gro_receive_list but not the reference to their socket, and then they can\'t be orphaned. Fix this by also removing the reference to the socket. For example this could be observed, kernel BUG at include/linux/skbuff.h:3131! (skb_orphan) RIP: 0010:ip6_rcv_core+0x11bc/0x19a0 Call Trace: ipv6_list_rcv+0x250/0x3f0 __netif_receive_skb_list_core+0x49d/0x8f0 netif_receive_skb_list_internal+0x634/0xd40 napi_complete_done+0x1d2/0x7d0 gro_cell_poll+0x118/0x1f0 A similar construction is found in skb_gro_receive, apply the same change there. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35889 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: idpf: fix kernel panic on unknown packet types In the very rare case where a packet type is unknown to the driver, idpf_rx_process_skb_fields would return early without calling eth_type_trans to set the skb protocol / the network layer handler. This is especially problematic if tcpdump is running when such a packet is received, i.e. it would cause a kernel panic. Instead, call eth_type_trans for every single packet, even when the packet type is unknown. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35888 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: erspan: make sure erspan_base_hdr is present in skb->head syzbot reported a problem in ip6erspan_rcv() [1] Issue is that ip6erspan_rcv() (and erspan_rcv()) no longer make sure erspan_base_hdr is present in skb linear part (skb->head) before getting @ver field from it. Add the missing pskb_may_pull() calls. v2: Reload iph pointer in erspan_rcv() after pskb_may_pull() because skb->head might have changed. [1] BUG: KMSAN: uninit-value in pskb_may_pull_reason include/linux/skbuff.h:2742 [inline] BUG: KMSAN: uninit-value in pskb_may_pull include/linux/skbuff.h:2756 [inline] BUG: KMSAN: uninit-value in ip6erspan_rcv net/ipv6/ip6_gre.c:541 [inline] BUG: KMSAN: uninit-value in gre_rcv+0x11f8/0x1930 net/ipv6/ip6_gre.c:610 pskb_may_pull_reason include/linux/skbuff.h:2742 [inline] pskb_may_pull include/linux/skbuff.h:2756 [inline] ip6erspan_rcv net/ipv6/ip6_gre.c:541 [inline] gre_rcv+0x11f8/0x1930 net/ipv6/ip6_gre.c:610 ip6_protocol_deliver_rcu+0x1d4c/0x2ca0 net/ipv6/ip6_input.c:438 ip6_input_finish net/ipv6/ip6_input.c:483 [inline] NF_HOOK include/linux/netfilter.h:314 [inline] ip6_input+0x15d/0x430 net/ipv6/ip6_input.c:492 ip6_mc_input+0xa7e/0xc80 net/ipv6/ip6_input.c:586 dst_input include/net/dst.h:460 [inline] ip6_rcv_finish+0x955/0x970 net/ipv6/ip6_input.c:79 NF_HOOK include/linux/netfilter.h:314 [inline] ipv6_rcv+0xde/0x390 net/ipv6/ip6_input.c:310 __netif_receive_skb_one_core net/core/dev.c:5538 [inline] __netif_receive_skb+0x1da/0xa00 net/core/dev.c:5652 netif_receive_skb_internal net/core/dev.c:5738 [inline] netif_receive_skb+0x58/0x660 net/core/dev.c:5798 tun_rx_batched+0x3ee/0x980 drivers/net/tun.c:1549 tun_get_user+0x5566/0x69e0 drivers/net/tun.c:2002 tun_chr_write_iter+0x3af/0x5d0 drivers/net/tun.c:2048 call_write_iter include/linux/fs.h:2108 [inline] new_sync_write fs/read_write.c:497 [inline] vfs_write+0xb63/0x1520 fs/read_write.c:590 ksys_write+0x20f/0x4c0 fs/read_write.c:643 __do_sys_write fs/read_write.c:655 [inline] __se_sys_write fs/read_write.c:652 [inline] __x64_sys_write+0x93/0xe0 fs/read_write.c:652 do_syscall_64+0xd5/0x1f0 entry_SYSCALL_64_after_hwframe+0x6d/0x75 Uninit was created at: slab_post_alloc_hook mm/slub.c:3804 [inline] slab_alloc_node mm/slub.c:3845 [inline] kmem_cache_alloc_node+0x613/0xc50 mm/slub.c:3888 kmalloc_reserve+0x13d/0x4a0 net/core/skbuff.c:577 __alloc_skb+0x35b/0x7a0 net/core/skbuff.c:668 alloc_skb include/linux/skbuff.h:1318 [inline] alloc_skb_with_frags+0xc8/0xbf0 net/core/skbuff.c:6504 sock_alloc_send_pskb+0xa81/0xbf0 net/core/sock.c:2795 tun_alloc_skb drivers/net/tun.c:1525 [inline] tun_get_user+0x209a/0x69e0 drivers/net/tun.c:1846 tun_chr_write_iter+0x3af/0x5d0 drivers/net/tun.c:2048 call_write_iter include/linux/fs.h:2108 [inline] new_sync_write fs/read_write.c:497 [inline] vfs_write+0xb63/0x1520 fs/read_write.c:590 ksys_write+0x20f/0x4c0 fs/read_write.c:643 __do_sys_write fs/read_write.c:655 [inline] __se_sys_write fs/read_write.c:652 [inline] __x64_sys_write+0x93/0xe0 fs/read_write.c:652 do_syscall_64+0xd5/0x1f0 entry_SYSCALL_64_after_hwframe+0x6d/0x75 CPU: 1 PID: 5045 Comm: syz-executor114 Not tainted 6.9.0-rc1-syzkaller-00021-g962490525cff #0 -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35887 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: ax25: fix use-after-free bugs caused by ax25_ds_del_timer When the ax25 device is detaching, the ax25_dev_device_down() calls ax25_ds_del_timer() to cleanup the slave_timer. When the timer handler is running, the ax25_ds_del_timer() that calls del_timer() in it will return directly. As a result, the use-after-free bugs could happen, one of the scenarios is shown below: (Thread 1) | (Thread 2) | ax25_ds_timeout() ax25_dev_device_down() | ax25_ds_del_timer() | del_timer() | ax25_dev_put() //FREE | | ax25_dev-> //USE In order to mitigate bugs, when the device is detaching, use timer_shutdown_sync() to stop the timer. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35886 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: ipv6: Fix infinite recursion in fib6_dump_done(). syzkaller reported infinite recursive calls of fib6_dump_done() during netlink socket destruction. [1] From the log, syzkaller sent an AF_UNSPEC RTM_GETROUTE message, and then the response was generated. The following recvmmsg() resumed the dump for IPv6, but the first call of inet6_dump_fib() failed at kzalloc() due to the fault injection. [0] 12:01:34 executing program 3: r0 = socket$nl_route(0x10, 0x3, 0x0) sendmsg$nl_route(r0, ... snip ...) recvmmsg(r0, ... snip ...) (fail_nth: 8) Here, fib6_dump_done() was set to nlk_sk(sk)->cb.done, and the next call of inet6_dump_fib() set it to nlk_sk(sk)->cb.args[3]. syzkaller stopped receiving the response halfway through, and finally netlink_sock_destruct() called nlk_sk(sk)->cb.done(). fib6_dump_done() calls fib6_dump_end() and nlk_sk(sk)->cb.done() if it is still not NULL. fib6_dump_end() rewrites nlk_sk(sk)->cb.done() by nlk_sk(sk)->cb.args[3], but it has the same function, not NULL, calling itself recursively and hitting the stack guard page. To avoid the issue, let\'s set the destructor after kzalloc(). [0]: FAULT_INJECTION: forcing a failure. name failslab, interval 1, probability 0, space 0, times 0 CPU: 1 PID: 432110 Comm: syz-executor.3 Not tainted 6.8.0-12821-g537c2e91d354-dirty #11 Hardware name: QEMU Standard PC (i440FX + PIIX, 1996), BIOS 04/01/2014 Call Trace: <TASK> dump_stack_lvl (lib/dump_stack.c:117) should_fail_ex (lib/fault-inject.c:52 lib/fault-inject.c:153) should_failslab (mm/slub.c:3733) kmalloc_trace (mm/slub.c:3748 mm/slub.c:3827 mm/slub.c:3992) inet6_dump_fib (./include/linux/slab.h:628 ./include/linux/slab.h:749 net/ipv6/ip6_fib.c:662) rtnl_dump_all (net/core/rtnetlink.c:4029) netlink_dump (net/netlink/af_netlink.c:2269) netlink_recvmsg (net/netlink/af_netlink.c:1988) ____sys_recvmsg (net/socket.c:1046 net/socket.c:2801) ___sys_recvmsg (net/socket.c:2846) do_recvmmsg (net/socket.c:2943) __x64_sys_recvmmsg (net/socket.c:3041 net/socket.c:3034 net/socket.c:3034) [1]: BUG: TASK stack guard page was hit at 00000000f2fa9af1 (stack is 00000000b7912430..000000009a436beb) stack guard page: 0000 [#1] PREEMPT SMP KASAN CPU: 1 PID: 223719 Comm: kworker/1:3 Not tainted 6.8.0-12821-g537c2e91d354-dirty #11 Hardware name: QEMU Standard PC (i440FX + PIIX, 1996), BIOS 04/01/2014 Workqueue: events netlink_sock_destruct_work RIP: 0010:fib6_dump_done (net/ipv6/ip6_fib.c:570) Code: 3c 24 e8 f3 e9 51 fd e9 28 fd ff ff 66 66 2e 0f 1f 84 00 00 00 00 00 0f 1f 00 f3 0f 1e fa 41 57 41 56 41 55 41 54 55 48 89 fd <53> 48 8d 5d 60 e8 b6 4d 07 fd 48 89 da 48 b8 00 00 00 00 00 fc ff RSP: 0018:ffffc9000d980000 EFLAGS: 00010293 RAX: 0000000000000000 RBX: ffffffff84405990 RCX: ffffffff844059d3 RDX: ffff8881028e0000 RSI: ffffffff84405ac2 RDI: ffff88810c02f358 RBP: ffff88810c02f358 R08: 0000000000000007 R09: 0000000000000000 R10: 0000000000000000 R11: 0000000000000224 R12: 0000000000000000 R13: ffff888007c82c78 R14: ffff888007c82c68 R15: ffff888007c82c68 FS: 0000000000000000(0000) GS:ffff88811b100000(0000) knlGS:0000000000000000 CS: 0010 DS: 0000 ES: 0000 CR0: 0000000080050033 CR2: ffffc9000d97fff8 CR3: 0000000102309002 CR4: 0000000000770ef0 PKRU: 55555554 Call Trace: <#DF> </#DF> <TASK> fib6_dump_done (net/ipv6/ip6_fib.c:572 (discriminator 1)) fib6_dump_done (net/ipv6/ip6_fib.c:572 (discriminator 1)) ... fib6_dump_done (net/ipv6/ip6_fib.c:572 (discriminator 1)) fib6_dump_done (net/ipv6/ip6_fib.c:572 (discriminator 1)) netlink_sock_destruct (net/netlink/af_netlink.c:401) __sk_destruct (net/core/sock.c:2177 (discriminator 2)) sk_destruct (net/core/sock.c:2224) __sk_free (net/core/sock.c:2235) sk_free (net/core/sock.c:2246) process_one_work (kernel/workqueue.c:3259) worker_thread (kernel/workqueue.c:3329 kernel/workqueue. ---truncated--- -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35885 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: mlxbf_gige: stop interface during shutdown The mlxbf_gige driver intermittantly encounters a NULL pointer exception while the system is shutting down via reboot command. The mlxbf_driver will experience an exception right after executing its shutdown() method. One example of this exception is: Unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at virtual address 0000000000000070 Mem abort info: ESR = 0x0000000096000004 EC = 0x25: DABT (current EL), IL = 32 bits SET = 0, FnV = 0 EA = 0, S1PTW = 0 FSC = 0x04: level 0 translation fault Data abort info: ISV = 0, ISS = 0x00000004 CM = 0, WnR = 0 user pgtable: 4k pages, 48-bit VAs, pgdp=000000011d373000 [0000000000000070] pgd=0000000000000000, p4d=0000000000000000 Internal error: Oops: 96000004 [#1] SMP CPU: 0 PID: 13 Comm: ksoftirqd/0 Tainted: G S OE 5.15.0-bf.6.gef6992a #1 Hardware name: BlueField SoC/BlueField SoC, BIOS Apr 21 2023 pstate: 20400009 (nzCv daif +PAN -UAO -TCO -DIT -SSBS BTYPE=--) pc : mlxbf_gige_handle_tx_complete+0xc8/0x170 [mlxbf_gige] lr : mlxbf_gige_poll+0x54/0x160 [mlxbf_gige] sp : ffff8000080d3c10 x29: ffff8000080d3c10 x28: ffffcce72cbb7000 x27: ffff8000080d3d58 x26: ffff0000814e7340 x25: ffff331cd1a05000 x24: ffffcce72c4ea008 x23: ffff0000814e4b40 x22: ffff0000814e4d10 x21: ffff0000814e4128 x20: 0000000000000000 x19: ffff0000814e4a80 x18: ffffffffffffffff x17: 000000000000001c x16: ffffcce72b4553f4 x15: ffff80008805b8a7 x14: 0000000000000000 x13: 0000000000000030 x12: 0101010101010101 x11: 7f7f7f7f7f7f7f7f x10: c2ac898b17576267 x9 : ffffcce720fa5404 x8 : ffff000080812138 x7 : 0000000000002e9a x6 : 0000000000000080 x5 : ffff00008de3b000 x4 : 0000000000000000 x3 : 0000000000000001 x2 : 0000000000000000 x1 : 0000000000000000 x0 : 0000000000000000 Call trace: mlxbf_gige_handle_tx_complete+0xc8/0x170 [mlxbf_gige] mlxbf_gige_poll+0x54/0x160 [mlxbf_gige] __napi_poll+0x40/0x1c8 net_rx_action+0x314/0x3a0 __do_softirq+0x128/0x334 run_ksoftirqd+0x54/0x6c smpboot_thread_fn+0x14c/0x190 kthread+0x10c/0x110 ret_from_fork+0x10/0x20 Code: 8b070000 f9000ea0 f95056c0 f86178a1 (b9407002) ---[ end trace 7cc3941aa0d8e6a4 ]--- Kernel panic - not syncing: Oops: Fatal exception in interrupt Kernel Offset: 0x4ce722520000 from 0xffff800008000000 PHYS_OFFSET: 0x80000000 CPU features: 0x000005c1,a3330e5a Memory Limit: none ---[ end Kernel panic - not syncing: Oops: Fatal exception in interrupt ]--- During system shutdown, the mlxbf_gige driver\'s shutdown() is always executed. However, the driver\'s stop() method will only execute if networking interface configuration logic within the Linux distribution has been setup to do so. If shutdown() executes but stop() does not execute, NAPI remains enabled and this can lead to an exception if NAPI is scheduled while the hardware interface has only been partially deinitialized. The networking interface managed by the mlxbf_gige driver must be properly stopped during system shutdown so that IFF_UP is cleared, the hardware interface is put into a clean state, and NAPI is fully deinitialized. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35884 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: udp: do not accept non-tunnel GSO skbs landing in a tunnel When rx-udp-gro-forwarding is enabled UDP packets might be GROed when being forwarded. If such packets might land in a tunnel this can cause various issues and udp_gro_receive makes sure this isn\'t the case by looking for a matching socket. This is performed in udp4/6_gro_lookup_skb but only in the current netns. This is an issue with tunneled packets when the endpoint is in another netns. In such cases the packets will be GROed at the UDP level, which leads to various issues later on. The same thing can happen with rx-gro-list. We saw this with geneve packets being GROed at the UDP level. In such case gso_size is set; later the packet goes through the geneve rx path, the geneve header is pulled, the offset are adjusted and frag_list skbs are not adjusted with regard to geneve. When those skbs hit skb_fragment, it will misbehave. Different outcomes are possible depending on what the GROed skbs look like; from corrupted packets to kernel crashes. One example is a BUG_ON[1] triggered in skb_segment while processing the frag_list. Because gso_size is wrong (geneve header was pulled) skb_segment thinks there is geneve header size of data in frag_list, although it\'s in fact the next packet. The BUG_ON itself has nothing to do with the issue. This is only one of the potential issues. Looking up for a matching socket in udp_gro_receive is fragile: the lookup could be extended to all netns (not speaking about performances) but nothing prevents those packets from being modified in between and we could still not find a matching socket. It\'s OK to keep the current logic there as it should cover most cases but we also need to make sure we handle tunnel packets being GROed too early. This is done by extending the checks in udp_unexpected_gso: GSO packets lacking the SKB_GSO_UDP_TUNNEL/_CSUM bits and landing in a tunnel must be segmented. [1] kernel BUG at net/core/skbuff.c:4408! RIP: 0010:skb_segment+0xd2a/0xf70 __udp_gso_segment+0xaa/0x560 -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35883 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: spi: mchp-pci1xxx: Fix a possible null pointer dereference in pci1xxx_spi_probe In function pci1xxxx_spi_probe, there is a potential null pointer that may be caused by a failed memory allocation by the function devm_kzalloc. Hence, a null pointer check needs to be added to prevent null pointer dereferencing later in the code. To fix this issue, spi_bus->spi_int[iter] should be checked. The memory allocated by devm_kzalloc will be automatically released, so just directly return -ENOMEM without worrying about memory leaks. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35882 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: SUNRPC: Fix a slow server-side memory leak with RPC-over-TCP Jan Schunk reports that his small NFS servers suffer from memory exhaustion after just a few days. A bisect shows that commit e18e157bb5c8 (SUNRPC: Send RPC message on TCP with a single sock_sendmsg() call) is the first bad commit. That commit assumed that sock_sendmsg() releases all the pages in the underlying bio_vec array, but the reality is that it doesn\'t. svc_xprt_release() releases the rqst\'s response pages, but the record marker page fragment isn\'t one of those, so it is never released. This is a narrow fix that can be applied to stable kernels. A more extensive fix is in the works. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35881 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: Revert drm/amd/display: Send DTBCLK disable message on first commit This reverts commit f341055b10bd8be55c3c995dff5f770b236b8ca9. System hang observed, this commit is thought to be the regression point. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35880 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: io_uring/kbuf: hold io_buffer_list reference over mmap If we look up the kbuf, ensure that it doesn\'t get unregistered until after we\'re done with it. Since we\'re inside mmap, we cannot safely use the io_uring lock. Rely on the fact that we can lookup the buffer list under RCU now and grab a reference to it, preventing it from being unregistered until we\'re done with it. The lookup returns the io_buffer_list directly with it referenced. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35879 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: of: dynamic: Synchronize of_changeset_destroy() with the devlink removals In the following sequence: 1) of_platform_depopulate() 2) of_overlay_remove() During the step 1, devices are destroyed and devlinks are removed. During the step 2, OF nodes are destroyed but __of_changeset_entry_destroy() can raise warnings related to missing of_node_put(): ERROR: memory leak, expected refcount 1 instead of 2 ... Indeed, during the devlink removals performed at step 1, the removal itself releasing the device (and the attached of_node) is done by a job queued in a workqueue and so, it is done asynchronously with respect to function calls. When the warning is present, of_node_put() will be called but wrongly too late from the workqueue job. In order to be sure that any ongoing devlink removals are done before the of_node destruction, synchronize the of_changeset_destroy() with the devlink removals. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35878 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: of: module: prevent NULL pointer dereference in vsnprintf() In of_modalias(), we can get passed the str and len parameters which would cause a kernel oops in vsnprintf() since it only allows passing a NULL ptr when the length is also 0. Also, we need to filter out the negative values of the len parameter as these will result in a really huge buffer since snprintf() takes size_t parameter while ours is ssize_t... Found by Linux Verification Center ( with the Svace static analysis tool. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35877 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: x86/mm/pat: fix VM_PAT handling in COW mappings PAT handling won\'t do the right thing in COW mappings: the first PTE (or, in fact, all PTEs) can be replaced during write faults to point at anon folios. Reliably recovering the correct PFN and cachemode using follow_phys() from PTEs will not work in COW mappings. Using follow_phys(), we might just get the address+protection of the anon folio (which is very wrong), or fail on swap/nonswap entries, failing follow_phys() and triggering a WARN_ON_ONCE() in untrack_pfn() and track_pfn_copy(), not properly calling free_pfn_range(). In free_pfn_range(), we either wouldn\'t call memtype_free() or would call it with the wrong range, possibly leaking memory. To fix that, let\'s update follow_phys() to refuse returning anon folios, and fallback to using the stored PFN inside vma->vm_pgoff for COW mappings if we run into that. We will now properly handle untrack_pfn() with COW mappings, where we don\'t need the cachemode. We\'ll have to fail fork()->track_pfn_copy() if the first page was replaced by an anon folio, though: we\'d have to store the cachemode in the VMA to make this work, likely growing the VMA size. For now, lets keep it simple and let track_pfn_copy() just fail in that case: it would have failed in the past with swap/nonswap entries already, and it would have done the wrong thing with anon folios. Simple reproducer to trigger the WARN_ON_ONCE() in untrack_pfn(): <--- C reproducer ---> #include <stdio.h> #include <sys/mman.h> #include <unistd.h> #include <liburing.h> int main(void) { struct io_uring_params p = {}; int ring_fd; size_t size; char *map; ring_fd = io_uring_setup(1, &p); if (ring_fd < 0) { perror(io_uring_setup); return 1; } size = p.sq_off.array + p.sq_entries * sizeof(unsigned); /* Map the submission queue ring MAP_PRIVATE */ map = mmap(0, size, PROT_READ | PROT_WRITE, MAP_PRIVATE, ring_fd, IORING_OFF_SQ_RING); if (map == MAP_FAILED) { perror(mmap); return 1; } /* We have at least one page. Let\'s COW it. */ *map = 0; pause(); return 0; } <--- C reproducer ---> On a system with 16 GiB RAM and swap configured: # ./iouring & # memhog 16G # killall iouring [ 301.552930] ------------[ cut here ]------------ [ 301.553285] WARNING: CPU: 7 PID: 1402 at arch/x86/mm/pat/memtype.c:1060 untrack_pfn+0xf4/0x100 [ 301.553989] Modules linked in: binfmt_misc nft_fib_inet nft_fib_ipv4 nft_fib_ipv6 nft_fib nft_reject_g [ 301.558232] CPU: 7 PID: 1402 Comm: iouring Not tainted 6.7.5-100.fc38.x86_64 #1 [ 301.558772] Hardware name: QEMU Standard PC (Q35 + ICH9, 2009), BIOS rel-1.16.3-0-ga6ed6b701f0a-prebu4 [ 301.559569] RIP: 0010:untrack_pfn+0xf4/0x100 [ 301.559893] Code: 75 c4 eb cf 48 8b 43 10 8b a8 e8 00 00 00 3b 6b 28 74 b8 48 8b 7b 30 e8 ea 1a f7 000 [ 301.561189] RSP: 0018:ffffba2c0377fab8 EFLAGS: 00010282 [ 301.561590] RAX: 00000000ffffffea RBX: ffff9208c8ce9cc0 RCX: 000000010455e047 [ 301.562105] RDX: 07fffffff0eb1e0a RSI: 0000000000000000 RDI: ffff9208c391d200 [ 301.562628] RBP: 0000000000000000 R08: ffffba2c0377fab8 R09: 0000000000000000 [ 301.563145] R10: ffff9208d2292d50 R11: 0000000000000002 R12: 00007fea890e0000 [ 301.563669] R13: 0000000000000000 R14: ffffba2c0377fc08 R15: 0000000000000000 [ 301.564186] FS: 0000000000000000(0000) GS:ffff920c2fbc0000(0000) knlGS:0000000000000000 [ 301.564773] CS: 0010 DS: 0000 ES: 0000 CR0: 0000000080050033 [ 301.565197] CR2: 00007fea88ee8a20 CR3: 00000001033a8000 CR4: 0000000000750ef0 [ 301.565725] PKRU: 55555554 [ 301.565944] Call Trace: [ 301.566148] <TASK> [ 301.566325] ? untrack_pfn+0xf4/0x100 [ 301.566618] ? __warn+0x81/0x130 [ 301.566876] ? untrack_pfn+0xf4/0x100 [ 3 ---truncated--- -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35876 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: x86/mce: Make sure to grab mce_sysfs_mutex in set_bank() Modifying a MCA bank\'s MCA_CTL bits which control which error types to be reported is done over /sys/devices/system/machinecheck/ ??? machinecheck0 ?   ??? bank0 ?   ??? bank1 ?   ??? bank10 ?   ??? bank11 ... sysfs nodes by writing the new bit mask of events to enable. When the write is accepted, the kernel deletes all current timers and reinits all banks. Doing that in parallel can lead to initializing a timer which is already armed and in the timer wheel, i.e., in use already: ODEBUG: init active (active state 0) object: ffff888063a28000 object type: timer_list hint: mce_timer_fn+0x0/0x240 arch/x86/kernel/cpu/mce/core.c:2642 WARNING: CPU: 0 PID: 8120 at lib/debugobjects.c:514 debug_print_object+0x1a0/0x2a0 lib/debugobjects.c:514 Fix that by grabbing the sysfs mutex as the rest of the MCA sysfs code does. Reported by: Yue Sun <> Reported by: xingwei lee <> -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35875 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: x86/coco: Require seeding RNG with RDRAND on CoCo systems There are few uses of CoCo that don\'t rely on working cryptography and hence a working RNG. Unfortunately, the CoCo threat model means that the VM host cannot be trusted and may actively work against guests to extract secrets or manipulate computation. Since a malicious host can modify or observe nearly all inputs to guests, the only remaining source of entropy for CoCo guests is RDRAND. If RDRAND is broken -- due to CPU hardware fault -- the RNG as a whole is meant to gracefully continue on gathering entropy from other sources, but since there aren\'t other sources on CoCo, this is catastrophic. This is mostly a concern at boot time when initially seeding the RNG, as after that the consequences of a broken RDRAND are much more theoretical. So, try at boot to seed the RNG using 256 bits of RDRAND output. If this fails, panic(). This will also trigger if the system is booted without RDRAND, as RDRAND is essential for a safe CoCo boot. Add this deliberately to be just a CoCo x86 driver feature and not part of the RNG itself. Many device drivers and platforms have some desire to contribute something to the RNG, and add_device_randomness() is specifically meant for this purpose. Any driver can call it with seed data of any quality, or even garbage quality, and it can only possibly make the quality of the RNG better or have no effect, but can never make it worse. Rather than trying to build something into the core of the RNG, consider the particular CoCo issue just a CoCo issue, and therefore separate it all out into driver (well, arch/platform) code. [ bp: Massage commit message. ] -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35874 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: aio: Fix null ptr deref in aio_complete() wakeup list_del_init_careful() needs to be the last access to the wait queue entry - it effectively unlocks access. Previously, finish_wait() would see the empty list head and skip taking the lock, and then we\'d return - but the completion path would still attempt to do the wakeup after the task_struct pointer had been overwritten. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35873 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: riscv: Fix vector state restore in rt_sigreturn() The RISC-V Vector specification states in Appendix D: Calling Convention for Vector State [1] that Executing a system call causes all caller-saved vector registers (v0-v31, vl, vtype) and vstart to become unspecified.. In the RISC-V kernel this is called discarding the vstate. Returning from a signal handler via the rt_sigreturn() syscall, vector discard is also performed. However, this is not an issue since the vector state should be restored from the sigcontext, and therefore not care about the vector discard. The live state is the actual vector register in the running context, and the vstate is the vector state of the task. A dirty live state, means that the vstate and live state are not in synch. When vectorized user_from_copy() was introduced, an bug sneaked in at the restoration code, related to the discard of the live state. An example when this go wrong: 1. A userland application is executing vector code 2. The application receives a signal, and the signal handler is entered. 3. The application returns from the signal handler, using the rt_sigreturn() syscall. 4. The live vector state is discarded upon entering the rt_sigreturn(), and the live state is marked as dirty, indicating that the live state need to be synchronized with the current vstate. 5. rt_sigreturn() restores the vstate, except the Vector registers, from the sigcontext 6. rt_sigreturn() restores the Vector registers, from the sigcontext, and now the vectorized user_from_copy() is used. The dirty live state from the discard is saved to the vstate, making the vstate corrupt. 7. rt_sigreturn() returns to the application, which crashes due to corrupted vstate. Note that the vectorized user_from_copy() is invoked depending on the value of CONFIG_RISCV_ISA_V_UCOPY_THRESHOLD. Default is 768, which means that vlen has to be larger than 128b for this bug to trigger. The fix is simply to mark the live state as non-dirty/clean prior performing the vstate restore. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35872 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: mm/secretmem: fix GUP-fast succeeding on secretmem folios folio_is_secretmem() currently relies on secretmem folios being LRU folios, to save some cycles. However, folios might reside in a folio batch without the LRU flag set, or temporarily have their LRU flag cleared. Consequently, the LRU flag is unreliable for this purpose. In particular, this is the case when secretmem_fault() allocates a fresh page and calls filemap_add_folio()->folio_add_lru(). The folio might be added to the per-cpu folio batch and won\'t get the LRU flag set until the batch was drained using e.g., lru_add_drain(). Consequently, folio_is_secretmem() might not detect secretmem folios and GUP-fast can succeed in grabbing a secretmem folio, crashing the kernel when we would later try reading/writing to the folio, because the folio has been unmapped from the directmap. Fix it by removing that unreliable check. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-35871 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: riscv: process: Fix kernel gp leakage childregs represents the registers which are active for the new thread in user context. For a kernel thread, childregs->gp is never used since the kernel gp is not touched by switch_to. For a user mode helper, the gp value can be observed in user space after execve or possibly by other means. [From the email thread] The /* Kernel thread */ comment is somewhat inaccurate in that it is also used for user_mode_helper threads, which exec a user process, e.g. /sbin/init or when /proc/sys/kernel/core_pattern is a pipe. Such threads do not have PF_KTHREAD set and are valid targets for ptrace etc. even before they exec. childregs is the *user* context during syscall execution and it is observable from userspace in at least five ways: 1. kernel_execve does not currently clear integer registers, so the starting register state for PID 1 and other user processes started by the kernel has sp = user stack, gp = kernel __global_pointer$, all other integer registers zeroed by the memset in the patch comment. This is a bug in its own right, but I\'m unwilling to bet that it is the only way to exploit the issue addressed by this patch. 2. ptrace(PTRACE_GETREGSET): you can PTRACE_ATTACH to a user_mode_helper thread before it execs, but ptrace requires SIGSTOP to be delivered which can only happen at user/kernel boundaries. 3. /proc/*/task/*/syscall: this is perfectly happy to read pt_regs for user_mode_helpers before the exec completes, but gp is not one of the registers it returns. 4. PERF_SAMPLE_REGS_USER: LOCKDOWN_PERF normally prevents access to kernel addresses via PERF_SAMPLE_REGS_INTR, but due to this bug kernel addresses are also exposed via PERF_SAMPLE_REGS_USER which is permitted under LOCKDOWN_PERF. I have not attempted to write exploit code. 5. Much of the tracing infrastructure allows access to user registers. I have not attempted to determine which forms of tracing allow access to user registers without already allowing access to kernel registers. -- May 20, 2024 n/a
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