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CVE-2024-41184 In the vrrp_ipsets_handler handler (fglobal_parser.c) of keepalived through 2.3.1, an integer overflow can occur. NOTE: this CVE Record might not be worthwhile because an empty ipset name must be configured by the user. -- Jul 18, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-41111 Sliver is an open source cross-platform adversary emulation/red team framework, it can be used by organizations of all sizes to perform security testing. Sliver version 1.6.0 (prerelease) is vulnerable to RCE on the teamserver by a low-privileged operator user. The RCE is as the system root user. The exploit is pretty fun as we make the Sliver server pwn itself. As described in a past issue (#65), there is a clear security boundary between the operator and server, an operator should not inherently be able to run commands or code on the server. An operator who exploited this vulnerability would be able to view all console logs, kick all other operators, view and modify files stored on the server, and ultimately delete the server. This issue has not yet be addressed but is expected to be resolved before the full release of version 1.6.0. Users of the 1.6.0 prerelease should avoid using Silver in production. -- Jul 18, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-41011 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: drm/amdkfd: don\'t allow mapping the MMIO HDP page with large pages We don\'t get the right offset in that case. The GPU has an unused 4K area of the register BAR space into which you can remap registers. We remap the HDP flush registers into this space to allow userspace (CPU or GPU) to flush the HDP when it updates VRAM. However, on systems with >4K pages, we end up exposing PAGE_SIZE of MMIO space. -- Jul 18, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-41010 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: bpf: Fix too early release of tcx_entry Pedro Pinto and later independently also Hyunwoo Kim and Wongi Lee reported an issue that the tcx_entry can be released too early leading to a use after free (UAF) when an active old-style ingress or clsact qdisc with a shared tc block is later replaced by another ingress or clsact instance. Essentially, the sequence to trigger the UAF (one example) can be as follows: 1. A network namespace is created 2. An ingress qdisc is created. This allocates a tcx_entry, and &tcx_entry->miniq is stored in the qdisc\'s miniqp->p_miniq. At the same time, a tcf block with index 1 is created. 3. chain0 is attached to the tcf block. chain0 must be connected to the block linked to the ingress qdisc to later reach the function tcf_chain0_head_change_cb_del() which triggers the UAF. 4. Create and graft a clsact qdisc. This causes the ingress qdisc created in step 1 to be removed, thus freeing the previously linked tcx_entry: rtnetlink_rcv_msg() => tc_modify_qdisc() => qdisc_create() => clsact_init() [a] => qdisc_graft() => qdisc_destroy() => __qdisc_destroy() => ingress_destroy() [b] => tcx_entry_free() => kfree_rcu() // tcx_entry freed 5. Finally, the network namespace is closed. This registers the cleanup_net worker, and during the process of releasing the remaining clsact qdisc, it accesses the tcx_entry that was already freed in step 4, causing the UAF to occur: cleanup_net() => ops_exit_list() => default_device_exit_batch() => unregister_netdevice_many() => unregister_netdevice_many_notify() => dev_shutdown() => qdisc_put() => clsact_destroy() [c] => tcf_block_put_ext() => tcf_chain0_head_change_cb_del() => tcf_chain_head_change_item() => clsact_chain_head_change() => mini_qdisc_pair_swap() // UAF There are also other variants, the gist is to add an ingress (or clsact) qdisc with a specific shared block, then to replace that qdisc, waiting for the tcx_entry kfree_rcu() to be executed and subsequently accessing the current active qdisc\'s miniq one way or another. The correct fix is to turn the miniq_active boolean into a counter. What can be observed, at step 2 above, the counter transitions from 0->1, at step [a] from 1->2 (in order for the miniq object to remain active during the replacement), then in [b] from 2->1 and finally [c] 1->0 with the eventual release. The reference counter in general ranges from [0,2] and it does not need to be atomic since all access to the counter is protected by the rtnl mutex. With this in place, there is no longer a UAF happening and the tcx_entry is freed at the correct time. -- Jul 18, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-41009 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: bpf: Fix overrunning reservations in ringbuf The BPF ring buffer internally is implemented as a power-of-2 sized circular buffer, with two logical and ever-increasing counters: consumer_pos is the consumer counter to show which logical position the consumer consumed the data, and producer_pos which is the producer counter denoting the amount of data reserved by all producers. Each time a record is reserved, the producer that owns the record will successfully advance producer counter. In user space each time a record is read, the consumer of the data advanced the consumer counter once it finished processing. Both counters are stored in separate pages so that from user space, the producer counter is read-only and the consumer counter is read-write. One aspect that simplifies and thus speeds up the implementation of both producers and consumers is how the data area is mapped twice contiguously back-to-back in the virtual memory, allowing to not take any special measures for samples that have to wrap around at the end of the circular buffer data area, because the next page after the last data page would be first data page again, and thus the sample will still appear completely contiguous in virtual memory. Each record has a struct bpf_ringbuf_hdr { u32 len; u32 pg_off; } header for book-keeping the length and offset, and is inaccessible to the BPF program. Helpers like bpf_ringbuf_reserve() return `(void *)hdr + BPF_RINGBUF_HDR_SZ` for the BPF program to use. Bing-Jhong and Muhammad reported that it is however possible to make a second allocated memory chunk overlapping with the first chunk and as a result, the BPF program is now able to edit first chunk\'s header. For example, consider the creation of a BPF_MAP_TYPE_RINGBUF map with size of 0x4000. Next, the consumer_pos is modified to 0x3000 /before/ a call to bpf_ringbuf_reserve() is made. This will allocate a chunk A, which is in [0x0,0x3008], and the BPF program is able to edit [0x8,0x3008]. Now, lets allocate a chunk B with size 0x3000. This will succeed because consumer_pos was edited ahead of time to pass the `new_prod_pos - cons_pos > rb->mask` check. Chunk B will be in range [0x3008,0x6010], and the BPF program is able to edit [0x3010,0x6010]. Due to the ring buffer memory layout mentioned earlier, the ranges [0x0,0x4000] and [0x4000,0x8000] point to the same data pages. This means that chunk B at [0x4000,0x4008] is chunk A\'s header. bpf_ringbuf_submit() / bpf_ringbuf_discard() use the header\'s pg_off to then locate the bpf_ringbuf itself via bpf_ringbuf_restore_from_rec(). Once chunk B modified chunk A\'s header, then bpf_ringbuf_commit() refers to the wrong page and could cause a crash. Fix it by calculating the oldest pending_pos and check whether the range from the oldest outstanding record to the newest would span beyond the ring buffer size. If that is the case, then reject the request. We\'ve tested with the ring buffer benchmark in BPF selftests (./benchs/run_bench_ringbufs.sh) before/after the fix and while it seems a bit slower on some benchmarks, it is still not significantly enough to matter. -- Jul 17, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-41008 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: drm/amdgpu: change vm->task_info handling This patch changes the handling and lifecycle of vm->task_info object. The major changes are: - vm->task_info is a dynamically allocated ptr now, and its uasge is reference counted. - introducing two new helper funcs for task_info lifecycle management - amdgpu_vm_get_task_info: reference counts up task_info before returning this info - amdgpu_vm_put_task_info: reference counts down task_info - last put to task_info() frees task_info from the vm. This patch also does logistical changes required for existing usage of vm->task_info. V2: Do not block all the prints when task_info not found (Felix) V3: Fixed review comments from Felix - Fix wrong indentation - No debug message for -ENOMEM - Add NULL check for task_info - Do not duplicate the debug messages (ti vs no ti) - Get first reference of task_info in vm_init(), put last in vm_fini() V4: Fixed review comments from Felix - fix double reference increment in create_task_info - change amdgpu_vm_get_task_info_pasid - additional changes in amdgpu_gem.c while porting -- Jul 16, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-41007 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: tcp: avoid too many retransmit packets If a TCP socket is using TCP_USER_TIMEOUT, and the other peer retracted its window to zero, tcp_retransmit_timer() can retransmit a packet every two jiffies (2 ms for HZ=1000), for about 4 minutes after TCP_USER_TIMEOUT has \'expired\'. The fix is to make sure tcp_rtx_probe0_timed_out() takes icsk->icsk_user_timeout into account. Before blamed commit, the socket would not timeout after icsk->icsk_user_timeout, but would use standard exponential backoff for the retransmits. Also worth noting that before commit e89688e3e978 (net: tcp: fix unexcepted socket die when snd_wnd is 0), the issue would last 2 minutes instead of 4. -- Jul 15, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-41006 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: netrom: Fix a memory leak in nr_heartbeat_expiry() syzbot reported a memory leak in nr_create() [0]. Commit 409db27e3a2e (netrom: Fix use-after-free of a listening socket.) added sock_hold() to the nr_heartbeat_expiry() function, where a) a socket has a SOCK_DESTROY flag or b) a listening socket has a SOCK_DEAD flag. But in the case a, when the SOCK_DESTROY flag is set, the file descriptor has already been closed and the nr_release() function has been called. So it makes no sense to hold the reference count because no one will call another nr_destroy_socket() and put it as in the case b. nr_connect nr_establish_data_link nr_start_heartbeat nr_release switch (nr->state) case NR_STATE_3 nr->state = NR_STATE_2 sock_set_flag(sk, SOCK_DESTROY); nr_rx_frame nr_process_rx_frame switch (nr->state) case NR_STATE_2 nr_state2_machine() nr_disconnect() nr_sk(sk)->state = NR_STATE_0 sock_set_flag(sk, SOCK_DEAD) nr_heartbeat_expiry switch (nr->state) case NR_STATE_0 if (sock_flag(sk, SOCK_DESTROY) || (sk->sk_state == TCP_LISTEN && sock_flag(sk, SOCK_DEAD))) sock_hold() // ( !!! ) nr_destroy_socket() To fix the memory leak, let\'s call sock_hold() only for a listening socket. Found by InfoTeCS on behalf of Linux Verification Center (linuxtesting.org) with Syzkaller. [0]: https://syzkaller.appspot.com/bug?extid=d327a1f3b12e1e206c16 -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-41005 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: netpoll: Fix race condition in netpoll_owner_active KCSAN detected a race condition in netpoll: BUG: KCSAN: data-race in net_rx_action / netpoll_send_skb write (marked) to 0xffff8881164168b0 of 4 bytes by interrupt on cpu 10: net_rx_action (./include/linux/netpoll.h:90 net/core/dev.c:6712 net/core/dev.c:6822) <snip> read to 0xffff8881164168b0 of 4 bytes by task 1 on cpu 2: netpoll_send_skb (net/core/netpoll.c:319 net/core/netpoll.c:345 net/core/netpoll.c:393) netpoll_send_udp (net/core/netpoll.c:?) <snip> value changed: 0x0000000a -> 0xffffffff This happens because netpoll_owner_active() needs to check if the current CPU is the owner of the lock, touching napi->poll_owner non atomically. The ->poll_owner field contains the current CPU holding the lock. Use an atomic read to check if the poll owner is the current CPU. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-41004 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: tracing: Build event generation tests only as modules The kprobes and synth event generation test modules add events and lock (get a reference) those event file reference in module init function, and unlock and delete it in module exit function. This is because those are designed for playing as modules. If we make those modules as built-in, those events are left locked in the kernel, and never be removed. This causes kprobe event self-test failure as below. [ 97.349708] ------------[ cut here ]------------ [ 97.353453] WARNING: CPU: 3 PID: 1 at kernel/trace/trace_kprobe.c:2133 kprobe_trace_self_tests_init+0x3f1/0x480 [ 97.357106] Modules linked in: [ 97.358488] CPU: 3 PID: 1 Comm: swapper/0 Not tainted 6.9.0-g699646734ab5-dirty #14 [ 97.361556] Hardware name: QEMU Standard PC (i440FX + PIIX, 1996), BIOS 1.15.0-1 04/01/2014 [ 97.363880] RIP: 0010:kprobe_trace_self_tests_init+0x3f1/0x480 [ 97.365538] Code: a8 24 08 82 e9 ae fd ff ff 90 0f 0b 90 48 c7 c7 e5 aa 0b 82 e9 ee fc ff ff 90 0f 0b 90 48 c7 c7 2d 61 06 82 e9 8e fd ff ff 90 <0f> 0b 90 48 c7 c7 33 0b 0c 82 89 c6 e8 6e 03 1f ff 41 ff c7 e9 90 [ 97.370429] RSP: 0000:ffffc90000013b50 EFLAGS: 00010286 [ 97.371852] RAX: 00000000fffffff0 RBX: ffff888005919c00 RCX: 0000000000000000 [ 97.373829] RDX: ffff888003f40000 RSI: ffffffff8236a598 RDI: ffff888003f40a68 [ 97.375715] RBP: 0000000000000000 R08: 0000000000000001 R09: 0000000000000000 [ 97.377675] R10: ffffffff811c9ae5 R11: ffffffff8120c4e0 R12: 0000000000000000 [ 97.379591] R13: 0000000000000001 R14: 0000000000000015 R15: 0000000000000000 [ 97.381536] FS: 0000000000000000(0000) GS:ffff88807dcc0000(0000) knlGS:0000000000000000 [ 97.383813] CS: 0010 DS: 0000 ES: 0000 CR0: 0000000080050033 [ 97.385449] CR2: 0000000000000000 CR3: 0000000002244000 CR4: 00000000000006b0 [ 97.387347] DR0: 0000000000000000 DR1: 0000000000000000 DR2: 0000000000000000 [ 97.389277] DR3: 0000000000000000 DR6: 00000000fffe0ff0 DR7: 0000000000000400 [ 97.391196] Call Trace: [ 97.391967] <TASK> [ 97.392647] ? __warn+0xcc/0x180 [ 97.393640] ? kprobe_trace_self_tests_init+0x3f1/0x480 [ 97.395181] ? report_bug+0xbd/0x150 [ 97.396234] ? handle_bug+0x3e/0x60 [ 97.397311] ? exc_invalid_op+0x1a/0x50 [ 97.398434] ? asm_exc_invalid_op+0x1a/0x20 [ 97.399652] ? trace_kprobe_is_busy+0x20/0x20 [ 97.400904] ? tracing_reset_all_online_cpus+0x15/0x90 [ 97.402304] ? kprobe_trace_self_tests_init+0x3f1/0x480 [ 97.403773] ? init_kprobe_trace+0x50/0x50 [ 97.404972] do_one_initcall+0x112/0x240 [ 97.406113] do_initcall_level+0x95/0xb0 [ 97.407286] ? kernel_init+0x1a/0x1a0 [ 97.408401] do_initcalls+0x3f/0x70 [ 97.409452] kernel_init_freeable+0x16f/0x1e0 [ 97.410662] ? rest_init+0x1f0/0x1f0 [ 97.411738] kernel_init+0x1a/0x1a0 [ 97.412788] ret_from_fork+0x39/0x50 [ 97.413817] ? rest_init+0x1f0/0x1f0 [ 97.414844] ret_from_fork_asm+0x11/0x20 [ 97.416285] </TASK> [ 97.417134] irq event stamp: 13437323 [ 97.418376] hardirqs last enabled at (13437337): [<ffffffff8110bc0c>] console_unlock+0x11c/0x150 [ 97.421285] hardirqs last disabled at (13437370): [<ffffffff8110bbf1>] console_unlock+0x101/0x150 [ 97.423838] softirqs last enabled at (13437366): [<ffffffff8108e17f>] handle_softirqs+0x23f/0x2a0 [ 97.426450] softirqs last disabled at (13437393): [<ffffffff8108e346>] __irq_exit_rcu+0x66/0xd0 [ 97.428850] ---[ end trace 0000000000000000 ]--- And also, since we can not cleanup dynamic_event file, ftracetest are failed too. To avoid these issues, build these tests only as modules. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-41003 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: bpf: Fix reg_set_min_max corruption of fake_reg Juan reported that after doing some changes to buzzer [0] and implementing a new fuzzing strategy guided by coverage, they noticed the following in one of the probes: [...] 13: (79) r6 = *(u64 *)(r0 +0) ; R0=map_value(ks=4,vs=8) R6_w=scalar() 14: (b7) r0 = 0 ; R0_w=0 15: (b4) w0 = -1 ; R0_w=0xffffffff 16: (74) w0 >>= 1 ; R0_w=0x7fffffff 17: (5c) w6 &= w0 ; R0_w=0x7fffffff R6_w=scalar(smin=smin32=0,smax=umax=umax32=0x7fffffff,var_off=(0x0; 0x7fffffff)) 18: (44) w6 |= 2 ; R6_w=scalar(smin=umin=smin32=umin32=2,smax=umax=umax32=0x7fffffff,var_off=(0x2; 0x7ffffffd)) 19: (56) if w6 != 0x7ffffffd goto pc+1 REG INVARIANTS VIOLATION (true_reg2): range bounds violation u64=[0x7fffffff, 0x7ffffffd] s64=[0x7fffffff, 0x7ffffffd] u32=[0x7fffffff, 0x7ffffffd] s32=[0x7fffffff, 0x7ffffffd] var_off=(0x7fffffff, 0x0) REG INVARIANTS VIOLATION (false_reg1): range bounds violation u64=[0x7fffffff, 0x7ffffffd] s64=[0x7fffffff, 0x7ffffffd] u32=[0x7fffffff, 0x7ffffffd] s32=[0x7fffffff, 0x7ffffffd] var_off=(0x7fffffff, 0x0) REG INVARIANTS VIOLATION (false_reg2): const tnum out of sync with range bounds u64=[0x0, 0xffffffffffffffff] s64=[0x8000000000000000, 0x7fffffffffffffff] u32=[0x0, 0xffffffff] s32=[0x80000000, 0x7fffffff] var_off=(0x7fffffff, 0x0) 19: R6_w=0x7fffffff 20: (95) exit from 19 to 21: R0=0x7fffffff R6=scalar(smin=umin=smin32=umin32=2,smax=umax=smax32=umax32=0x7ffffffe,var_off=(0x2; 0x7ffffffd)) R7=map_ptr(ks=4,vs=8) R9=ctx() R10=fp0 fp-24=map_ptr(ks=4,vs=8) fp-40=mmmmmmmm 21: R0=0x7fffffff R6=scalar(smin=umin=smin32=umin32=2,smax=umax=smax32=umax32=0x7ffffffe,var_off=(0x2; 0x7ffffffd)) R7=map_ptr(ks=4,vs=8) R9=ctx() R10=fp0 fp-24=map_ptr(ks=4,vs=8) fp-40=mmmmmmmm 21: (14) w6 -= 2147483632 ; R6_w=scalar(smin=umin=umin32=2,smax=umax=0xffffffff,smin32=0x80000012,smax32=14,var_off=(0x2; 0xfffffffd)) 22: (76) if w6 s>= 0xe goto pc+1 ; R6_w=scalar(smin=umin=umin32=2,smax=umax=0xffffffff,smin32=0x80000012,smax32=13,var_off=(0x2; 0xfffffffd)) 23: (95) exit from 22 to 24: R0=0x7fffffff R6_w=14 R7=map_ptr(ks=4,vs=8) R9=ctx() R10=fp0 fp-24=map_ptr(ks=4,vs=8) fp-40=mmmmmmmm 24: R0=0x7fffffff R6_w=14 R7=map_ptr(ks=4,vs=8) R9=ctx() R10=fp0 fp-24=map_ptr(ks=4,vs=8) fp-40=mmmmmmmm 24: (14) w6 -= 14 ; R6_w=0 [...] What can be seen here is a register invariant violation on line 19. After the binary-or in line 18, the verifier knows that bit 2 is set but knows nothing about the rest of the content which was loaded from a map value, meaning, range is [2,0x7fffffff] with var_off=(0x2; 0x7ffffffd). When in line 19 the verifier analyzes the branch, it splits the register states in reg_set_min_max() into the registers of the true branch (true_reg1, true_reg2) and the registers of the false branch (false_reg1, false_reg2). Since the test is w6 != 0x7ffffffd, the src_reg is a known constant. Internally, the verifier creates a fake register initialized as scalar to the value of 0x7ffffffd, and then passes it onto reg_set_min_max(). Now, for line 19, it is mathematically impossible to take the false branch of this program, yet the verifier analyzes it. It is impossible because the second bit of r6 will be set due to the prior or operation and the constant in the condition has that bit unset (hex(fd) == binary(1111 1101). When the verifier first analyzes the false / fall-through branch, it will compute an intersection between the var_off of r6 and of the constant. This is because the verifier creates a fake register initialized to the value of the constant. The intersection result later refines both registers in regs_refine_cond_op(): [...] t = tnum_intersect(tnum_subreg(reg1->var_off), tnum_subreg(reg2->var_off)); reg1->var_o ---truncated--- -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-41002 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: crypto: hisilicon/sec - Fix memory leak for sec resource release The AIV is one of the SEC resources. When releasing resources, it need to release the AIV resources at the same time. Otherwise, memory leakage occurs. The aiv resource release is added to the sec resource release function. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-41001 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: io_uring/sqpoll: work around a potential audit memory leak kmemleak complains that there\'s a memory leak related to connect handling: unreferenced object 0xffff0001093bdf00 (size 128): comm iou-sqp-455, pid 457, jiffies 4294894164 hex dump (first 32 bytes): 02 00 fa ea 7f 00 00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................ 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................ backtrace (crc 2e481b1a): [<00000000c0a26af4>] kmemleak_alloc+0x30/0x38 [<000000009c30bb45>] kmalloc_trace+0x228/0x358 [<000000009da9d39f>] __audit_sockaddr+0xd0/0x138 [<0000000089a93e34>] move_addr_to_kernel+0x1a0/0x1f8 [<000000000b4e80e6>] io_connect_prep+0x1ec/0x2d4 [<00000000abfbcd99>] io_submit_sqes+0x588/0x1e48 [<00000000e7c25e07>] io_sq_thread+0x8a4/0x10e4 [<00000000d999b491>] ret_from_fork+0x10/0x20 which can can happen if: 1) The command type does something on the prep side that triggers an audit call. 2) The thread hasn\'t done any operations before this that triggered an audit call inside ->issue(), where we have audit_uring_entry() and audit_uring_exit(). Work around this by issuing a blanket NOP operation before the SQPOLL does anything. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-41000 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: block/ioctl: prefer different overflow check Running syzkaller with the newly reintroduced signed integer overflow sanitizer shows this report: [ 62.982337] ------------[ cut here ]------------ [ 62.985692] cgroup: Invalid name [ 62.986211] UBSAN: signed-integer-overflow in ../block/ioctl.c:36:46 [ 62.989370] 9pnet_fd: p9_fd_create_tcp (7343): problem connecting socket to 127.0.0.1 [ 62.992992] 9223372036854775807 + 4095 cannot be represented in type \'long long\' [ 62.997827] 9pnet_fd: p9_fd_create_tcp (7345): problem connecting socket to 127.0.0.1 [ 62.999369] random: crng reseeded on system resumption [ 63.000634] GUP no longer grows the stack in syz-executor.2 (7353): 20002000-20003000 (20001000) [ 63.000668] CPU: 0 PID: 7353 Comm: syz-executor.2 Not tainted 6.8.0-rc2-00035-gb3ef86b5a957 #1 [ 63.000677] Hardware name: QEMU Standard PC (i440FX + PIIX, 1996), BIOS 1.16.3-debian-1.16.3-2 04/01/2014 [ 63.000682] Call Trace: [ 63.000686] <TASK> [ 63.000731] dump_stack_lvl+0x93/0xd0 [ 63.000919] __get_user_pages+0x903/0xd30 [ 63.001030] __gup_longterm_locked+0x153e/0x1ba0 [ 63.001041] ? _raw_read_unlock_irqrestore+0x17/0x50 [ 63.001072] ? try_get_folio+0x29c/0x2d0 [ 63.001083] internal_get_user_pages_fast+0x1119/0x1530 [ 63.001109] iov_iter_extract_pages+0x23b/0x580 [ 63.001206] bio_iov_iter_get_pages+0x4de/0x1220 [ 63.001235] iomap_dio_bio_iter+0x9b6/0x1410 [ 63.001297] __iomap_dio_rw+0xab4/0x1810 [ 63.001316] iomap_dio_rw+0x45/0xa0 [ 63.001328] ext4_file_write_iter+0xdde/0x1390 [ 63.001372] vfs_write+0x599/0xbd0 [ 63.001394] ksys_write+0xc8/0x190 [ 63.001403] do_syscall_64+0xd4/0x1b0 [ 63.001421] ? arch_exit_to_user_mode_prepare+0x3a/0x60 [ 63.001479] entry_SYSCALL_64_after_hwframe+0x6f/0x77 [ 63.001535] RIP: 0033:0x7f7fd3ebf539 [ 63.001551] Code: 28 00 00 00 75 05 48 83 c4 28 c3 e8 f1 14 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 b8 ff ff ff f7 d8 64 89 01 48 [ 63.001562] RSP: 002b:00007f7fd32570c8 EFLAGS: 00000246 ORIG_RAX: 0000000000000001 [ 63.001584] RAX: ffffffffffffffda RBX: 00007f7fd3ff3f80 RCX: 00007f7fd3ebf539 [ 63.001590] RDX: 4db6d1e4f7e43360 RSI: 0000000020000000 RDI: 0000000000000004 [ 63.001595] RBP: 00007f7fd3f1e496 R08: 0000000000000000 R09: 0000000000000000 [ 63.001599] R10: 0000000000000000 R11: 0000000000000246 R12: 0000000000000000 [ 63.001604] R13: 0000000000000006 R14: 00007f7fd3ff3f80 R15: 00007ffd415ad2b8 ... [ 63.018142] ---[ end trace ]--- Historically, the signed integer overflow sanitizer did not work in the kernel due to its interaction with `-fwrapv` but this has since been changed [1] in the newest version of Clang; It was re-enabled in the kernel with Commit 557f8c582a9ba8ab (ubsan: Reintroduce signed overflow sanitizer). Let\'s rework this overflow checking logic to not actually perform an overflow during the check itself, thus avoiding the UBSAN splat. [1]: https://github.com/llvm/llvm-project/pull/82432 -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40999 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: net: ena: Add validation for completion descriptors consistency Validate that `first` flag is set only for the first descriptor in multi-buffer packets. In case of an invalid descriptor, a reset will occur. A new reset reason for RX data corruption has been added. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40998 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: ext4: fix uninitialized ratelimit_state->lock access in __ext4_fill_super() In the following concurrency we will access the uninitialized rs->lock: ext4_fill_super ext4_register_sysfs // sysfs registered msg_ratelimit_interval_ms // Other processes modify rs->interval to // non-zero via msg_ratelimit_interval_ms ext4_orphan_cleanup ext4_msg(sb, KERN_INFO, Errors on filesystem, __ext4_msg ___ratelimit(&(EXT4_SB(sb)->s_msg_ratelimit_state) if (!rs->interval) // do nothing if interval is 0 return 1; raw_spin_trylock_irqsave(&rs->lock, flags) raw_spin_trylock(lock) _raw_spin_trylock __raw_spin_trylock spin_acquire(&lock->dep_map, 0, 1, _RET_IP_) lock_acquire __lock_acquire register_lock_class assign_lock_key dump_stack(); ratelimit_state_init(&sbi->s_msg_ratelimit_state, 5 * HZ, 10); raw_spin_lock_init(&rs->lock); // init rs->lock here and get the following dump_stack: ========================================================= INFO: trying to register non-static key. The code is fine but needs lockdep annotation, or maybe you didn\'t initialize this object before use? turning off the locking correctness validator. CPU: 12 PID: 753 Comm: mount Tainted: G E 6.7.0-rc6-next-20231222 #504 [...] Call Trace: dump_stack_lvl+0xc5/0x170 dump_stack+0x18/0x30 register_lock_class+0x740/0x7c0 __lock_acquire+0x69/0x13a0 lock_acquire+0x120/0x450 _raw_spin_trylock+0x98/0xd0 ___ratelimit+0xf6/0x220 __ext4_msg+0x7f/0x160 [ext4] ext4_orphan_cleanup+0x665/0x740 [ext4] __ext4_fill_super+0x21ea/0x2b10 [ext4] ext4_fill_super+0x14d/0x360 [ext4] [...] ========================================================= Normally interval is 0 until s_msg_ratelimit_state is initialized, so ___ratelimit() does nothing. But registering sysfs precedes initializing rs->lock, so it is possible to change rs->interval to a non-zero value via the msg_ratelimit_interval_ms interface of sysfs while rs->lock is uninitialized, and then a call to ext4_msg triggers the problem by accessing an uninitialized rs->lock. Therefore register sysfs after all initializations are complete to avoid such problems. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40997 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: cpufreq: amd-pstate: fix memory leak on CPU EPP exit The cpudata memory from kzalloc() in amd_pstate_epp_cpu_init() is not freed in the analogous exit function, so fix that. [ rjw: Subject and changelog edits ] -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40996 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: bpf: Avoid splat in pskb_pull_reason syzkaller builds (CONFIG_DEBUG_NET=y) frequently trigger a debug hint in pskb_may_pull. We\'d like to retain this debug check because it might hint at integer overflows and other issues (kernel code should pull headers, not huge value). In bpf case, this splat isn\'t interesting at all: such (nonsensical) bpf programs are typically generated by a fuzzer anyway. Do what Eric suggested and suppress such warning. For CONFIG_DEBUG_NET=n we don\'t need the extra check because pskb_may_pull will do the right thing: return an error without the WARN() backtrace. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40995 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: net/sched: act_api: fix possible infinite loop in tcf_idr_check_alloc() syzbot found hanging tasks waiting on rtnl_lock [1] A reproducer is available in the syzbot bug. When a request to add multiple actions with the same index is sent, the second request will block forever on the first request. This holds rtnl_lock, and causes tasks to hang. Return -EAGAIN to prevent infinite looping, while keeping documented behavior. [1] INFO: task kworker/1:0:5088 blocked for more than 143 seconds. Not tainted 6.9.0-rc4-syzkaller-00173-g3cdb45594619 #0 echo 0 > /proc/sys/kernel/hung_task_timeout_secs disables this message. task:kworker/1:0 state:D stack:23744 pid:5088 tgid:5088 ppid:2 flags:0x00004000 Workqueue: events_power_efficient reg_check_chans_work Call Trace: <TASK> context_switch kernel/sched/core.c:5409 [inline] __schedule+0xf15/0x5d00 kernel/sched/core.c:6746 __schedule_loop kernel/sched/core.c:6823 [inline] schedule+0xe7/0x350 kernel/sched/core.c:6838 schedule_preempt_disabled+0x13/0x30 kernel/sched/core.c:6895 __mutex_lock_common kernel/locking/mutex.c:684 [inline] __mutex_lock+0x5b8/0x9c0 kernel/locking/mutex.c:752 wiphy_lock include/net/cfg80211.h:5953 [inline] reg_leave_invalid_chans net/wireless/reg.c:2466 [inline] reg_check_chans_work+0x10a/0x10e0 net/wireless/reg.c:2481 -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40994 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: ptp: fix integer overflow in max_vclocks_store On 32bit systems, the 4 * max multiply can overflow. Use kcalloc() to do the allocation to prevent this. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40993 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: netfilter: ipset: Fix suspicious rcu_dereference_protected() When destroying all sets, we are either in pernet exit phase or are executing a destroy all sets command from userspace. The latter was taken into account in ip_set_dereference() (nfnetlink mutex is held), but the former was not. The patch adds the required check to rcu_dereference_protected() in ip_set_dereference(). -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40992 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: RDMA/rxe: Fix responder length checking for UD request packets According to the IBA specification: If a UD request packet is detected with an invalid length, the request shall be an invalid request and it shall be silently dropped by the responder. The responder then waits for a new request packet. commit 689c5421bfe0 (RDMA/rxe: Fix incorrect responder length checking) defers responder length check for UD QPs in function `copy_data`. But it introduces a regression issue for UD QPs. When the packet size is too large to fit in the receive buffer. `copy_data` will return error code -EINVAL. Then `send_data_in` will return RESPST_ERR_MALFORMED_WQE. UD QP will transfer into ERROR state. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40991 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: dmaengine: ti: k3-udma-glue: Fix of_k3_udma_glue_parse_chn_by_id() The of_k3_udma_glue_parse_chn_by_id() helper function erroneously invokes of_node_put() on the udmax_np device-node passed to it, without having incremented its reference count at any point. Fix it. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40990 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: RDMA/mlx5: Add check for srq max_sge attribute max_sge attribute is passed by the user, and is inserted and used unchecked, so verify that the value doesn\'t exceed maximum allowed value before using it. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40989 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: KVM: arm64: Disassociate vcpus from redistributor region on teardown When tearing down a redistributor region, make sure we don\'t have any dangling pointer to that region stored in a vcpu. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40988 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: drm/radeon: fix UBSAN warning in kv_dpm.c Adds bounds check for sumo_vid_mapping_entry. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40987 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: drm/amdgpu: fix UBSAN warning in kv_dpm.c Adds bounds check for sumo_vid_mapping_entry. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40986 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: dmaengine: xilinx: xdma: Fix data synchronisation in xdma_channel_isr() Requests the vchan lock before using xdma->stop_request. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40985 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: net/tcp_ao: Don\'t leak ao_info on error-path It seems I introduced it together with TCP_AO_CMDF_AO_REQUIRED, on version 5 [1] of TCP-AO patches. Quite frustrative that having all these selftests that I\'ve written, running kmemtest & kcov was always in todo. [1]: https://lore.kernel.org/netdev/20230215183335.800122-5-dima@arista.com/ -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40984 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: ACPICA: Revert ACPICA: avoid Info: mapping multiple BARs. Your kernel is fine. Undo the modifications made in commit d410ee5109a1 (ACPICA: avoid Info: mapping multiple BARs. Your kernel is fine.). The initial purpose of this commit was to stop memory mappings for operation regions from overlapping page boundaries, as it can trigger warnings if different page attributes are present. However, it was found that when this situation arises, mapping continues until the boundary\'s end, but there is still an attempt to read/write the entire length of the map, leading to a NULL pointer deference. For example, if a four-byte mapping request is made but only one byte is mapped because it hits the current page boundary\'s end, a four-byte read/write attempt is still made, resulting in a NULL pointer deference. Instead, map the entire length, as the ACPI specification does not mandate that it must be within the same page boundary. It is permissible for it to be mapped across different regions. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40983 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: tipc: force a dst refcount before doing decryption As it says in commit 3bc07321ccc2 (xfrm: Force a dst refcount before entering the xfrm type handlers): Crypto requests might return asynchronous. In this case we leave the rcu protected region, so force a refcount on the skb\'s destination entry before we enter the xfrm type input/output handlers. On TIPC decryption path it has the same problem, and skb_dst_force() should be called before doing decryption to avoid a possible crash. Shuang reported this issue when this warning is triggered: [] WARNING: include/net/dst.h:337 tipc_sk_rcv+0x1055/0x1ea0 [tipc] [] Kdump: loaded Tainted: G W --------- - - 4.18.0-496.el8.x86_64+debug [] Workqueue: crypto cryptd_queue_worker [] RIP: 0010:tipc_sk_rcv+0x1055/0x1ea0 [tipc] [] Call Trace: [] tipc_sk_mcast_rcv+0x548/0xea0 [tipc] [] tipc_rcv+0xcf5/0x1060 [tipc] [] tipc_aead_decrypt_done+0x215/0x2e0 [tipc] [] cryptd_aead_crypt+0xdb/0x190 [] cryptd_queue_worker+0xed/0x190 [] process_one_work+0x93d/0x17e0 -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40982 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: ssb: Fix potential NULL pointer dereference in ssb_device_uevent() The ssb_device_uevent() function first attempts to convert the \'dev\' pointer to \'struct ssb_device *\'. However, it mistakenly dereferences \'dev\' before performing the NULL check, potentially leading to a NULL pointer dereference if \'dev\' is NULL. To fix this issue, move the NULL check before dereferencing the \'dev\' pointer, ensuring that the pointer is valid before attempting to use it. Found by Linux Verification Center (linuxtesting.org) with SVACE. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40981 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: batman-adv: bypass empty buckets in batadv_purge_orig_ref() Many syzbot reports are pointing to soft lockups in batadv_purge_orig_ref() [1] Root cause is unknown, but we can avoid spending too much time there and perhaps get more interesting reports. [1] watchdog: BUG: soft lockup - CPU#0 stuck for 27s! [kworker/u4:6:621] Modules linked in: irq event stamp: 6182794 hardirqs last enabled at (6182793): [<ffff8000801dae10>] __local_bh_enable_ip+0x224/0x44c kernel/softirq.c:386 hardirqs last disabled at (6182794): [<ffff80008ad66a78>] __el1_irq arch/arm64/kernel/entry-common.c:533 [inline] hardirqs last disabled at (6182794): [<ffff80008ad66a78>] el1_interrupt+0x24/0x68 arch/arm64/kernel/entry-common.c:551 softirqs last enabled at (6182792): [<ffff80008aab71c4>] spin_unlock_bh include/linux/spinlock.h:396 [inline] softirqs last enabled at (6182792): [<ffff80008aab71c4>] batadv_purge_orig_ref+0x114c/0x1228 net/batman-adv/originator.c:1287 softirqs last disabled at (6182790): [<ffff80008aab61dc>] spin_lock_bh include/linux/spinlock.h:356 [inline] softirqs last disabled at (6182790): [<ffff80008aab61dc>] batadv_purge_orig_ref+0x164/0x1228 net/batman-adv/originator.c:1271 CPU: 0 PID: 621 Comm: kworker/u4:6 Not tainted 6.8.0-rc7-syzkaller-g707081b61156 #0 Hardware name: Google Google Compute Engine/Google Compute Engine, BIOS Google 02/29/2024 Workqueue: bat_events batadv_purge_orig pstate: 80400005 (Nzcv daif +PAN -UAO -TCO -DIT -SSBS BTYPE=--) pc : should_resched arch/arm64/include/asm/preempt.h:79 [inline] pc : __local_bh_enable_ip+0x228/0x44c kernel/softirq.c:388 lr : __local_bh_enable_ip+0x224/0x44c kernel/softirq.c:386 sp : ffff800099007970 x29: ffff800099007980 x28: 1fffe00018fce1bd x27: dfff800000000000 x26: ffff0000d2620008 x25: ffff0000c7e70de8 x24: 0000000000000001 x23: 1fffe00018e57781 x22: dfff800000000000 x21: ffff80008aab71c4 x20: ffff0001b40136c0 x19: ffff0000c72bbc08 x18: 1fffe0001a817bb0 x17: ffff800125414000 x16: ffff80008032116c x15: 0000000000000001 x14: 1fffe0001ee9d610 x13: 0000000000000000 x12: 0000000000000003 x11: 0000000000000000 x10: 0000000000ff0100 x9 : 0000000000000000 x8 : 00000000005e5789 x7 : ffff80008aab61dc x6 : 0000000000000000 x5 : 0000000000000000 x4 : 0000000000000001 x3 : 0000000000000000 x2 : 0000000000000006 x1 : 0000000000000080 x0 : ffff800125414000 Call trace: __daif_local_irq_enable arch/arm64/include/asm/irqflags.h:27 [inline] arch_local_irq_enable arch/arm64/include/asm/irqflags.h:49 [inline] __local_bh_enable_ip+0x228/0x44c kernel/softirq.c:386 __raw_spin_unlock_bh include/linux/spinlock_api_smp.h:167 [inline] _raw_spin_unlock_bh+0x3c/0x4c kernel/locking/spinlock.c:210 spin_unlock_bh include/linux/spinlock.h:396 [inline] batadv_purge_orig_ref+0x114c/0x1228 net/batman-adv/originator.c:1287 batadv_purge_orig+0x20/0x70 net/batman-adv/originator.c:1300 process_one_work+0x694/0x1204 kernel/workqueue.c:2633 process_scheduled_works kernel/workqueue.c:2706 [inline] worker_thread+0x938/0xef4 kernel/workqueue.c:2787 kthread+0x288/0x310 kernel/kthread.c:388 ret_from_fork+0x10/0x20 arch/arm64/kernel/entry.S:860 Sending NMI from CPU 0 to CPUs 1: NMI backtrace for cpu 1 CPU: 1 PID: 0 Comm: swapper/1 Not tainted 6.8.0-rc7-syzkaller-g707081b61156 #0 Hardware name: Google Google Compute Engine/Google Compute Engine, BIOS Google 02/29/2024 pstate: 80400005 (Nzcv daif +PAN -UAO -TCO -DIT -SSBS BTYPE=--) pc : arch_local_irq_enable+0x8/0xc arch/arm64/include/asm/irqflags.h:51 lr : default_idle_call+0xf8/0x128 kernel/sched/idle.c:103 sp : ffff800093a17d30 x29: ffff800093a17d30 x28: dfff800000000000 x27: 1ffff00012742fb4 x26: ffff80008ec9d000 x25: 0000000000000000 x24: 0000000000000002 x23: 1ffff00011d93a74 x22: ffff80008ec9d3a0 x21: 0000000000000000 x20: ffff0000c19dbc00 x19: ffff8000802d0fd8 x18: 1fffe00036804396 x17: ffff80008ec9d000 x16: ffff8000802d089c x15: 0000000000000001 ---truncated--- -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40980 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: drop_monitor: replace spin_lock by raw_spin_lock trace_drop_common() is called with preemption disabled, and it acquires a spin_lock. This is problematic for RT kernels because spin_locks are sleeping locks in this configuration, which causes the following splat: BUG: sleeping function called from invalid context at kernel/locking/spinlock_rt.c:48 in_atomic(): 1, irqs_disabled(): 1, non_block: 0, pid: 449, name: rcuc/47 preempt_count: 1, expected: 0 RCU nest depth: 2, expected: 2 5 locks held by rcuc/47/449: #0: ff1100086ec30a60 ((softirq_ctrl.lock)){+.+.}-{2:2}, at: __local_bh_disable_ip+0x105/0x210 #1: ffffffffb394a280 (rcu_read_lock){....}-{1:2}, at: rt_spin_lock+0xbf/0x130 #2: ffffffffb394a280 (rcu_read_lock){....}-{1:2}, at: __local_bh_disable_ip+0x11c/0x210 #3: ffffffffb394a160 (rcu_callback){....}-{0:0}, at: rcu_do_batch+0x360/0xc70 #4: ff1100086ee07520 (&data->lock){+.+.}-{2:2}, at: trace_drop_common.constprop.0+0xb5/0x290 irq event stamp: 139909 hardirqs last enabled at (139908): [<ffffffffb1df2b33>] _raw_spin_unlock_irqrestore+0x63/0x80 hardirqs last disabled at (139909): [<ffffffffb19bd03d>] trace_drop_common.constprop.0+0x26d/0x290 softirqs last enabled at (139892): [<ffffffffb07a1083>] __local_bh_enable_ip+0x103/0x170 softirqs last disabled at (139898): [<ffffffffb0909b33>] rcu_cpu_kthread+0x93/0x1f0 Preemption disabled at: [<ffffffffb1de786b>] rt_mutex_slowunlock+0xab/0x2e0 CPU: 47 PID: 449 Comm: rcuc/47 Not tainted 6.9.0-rc2-rt1+ #7 Hardware name: Dell Inc. PowerEdge R650/0Y2G81, BIOS 1.6.5 04/15/2022 Call Trace: <TASK> dump_stack_lvl+0x8c/0xd0 dump_stack+0x14/0x20 __might_resched+0x21e/0x2f0 rt_spin_lock+0x5e/0x130 ? trace_drop_common.constprop.0+0xb5/0x290 ? skb_queue_purge_reason.part.0+0x1bf/0x230 trace_drop_common.constprop.0+0xb5/0x290 ? preempt_count_sub+0x1c/0xd0 ? _raw_spin_unlock_irqrestore+0x4a/0x80 ? __pfx_trace_drop_common.constprop.0+0x10/0x10 ? rt_mutex_slowunlock+0x26a/0x2e0 ? skb_queue_purge_reason.part.0+0x1bf/0x230 ? __pfx_rt_mutex_slowunlock+0x10/0x10 ? skb_queue_purge_reason.part.0+0x1bf/0x230 trace_kfree_skb_hit+0x15/0x20 trace_kfree_skb+0xe9/0x150 kfree_skb_reason+0x7b/0x110 skb_queue_purge_reason.part.0+0x1bf/0x230 ? __pfx_skb_queue_purge_reason.part.0+0x10/0x10 ? mark_lock.part.0+0x8a/0x520 ... trace_drop_common() also disables interrupts, but this is a minor issue because we could easily replace it with a local_lock. Replace the spin_lock with raw_spin_lock to avoid sleeping in atomic context. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40979 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: wifi: ath12k: fix kernel crash during resume Currently during resume, QMI target memory is not properly handled, resulting in kernel crash in case DMA remap is not supported: BUG: Bad page state in process kworker/u16:54 pfn:36e80 page: refcount:1 mapcount:0 mapping:0000000000000000 index:0x0 pfn:0x36e80 page dumped because: nonzero _refcount Call Trace: bad_page free_page_is_bad_report __free_pages_ok __free_pages dma_direct_free dma_free_attrs ath12k_qmi_free_target_mem_chunk ath12k_qmi_msg_mem_request_cb The reason is: Once ath12k module is loaded, firmware sends memory request to host. In case DMA remap not supported, ath12k refuses the first request due to failure in allocating with large segment size: ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi firmware request memory request ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 1 size 7077888 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 4 size 8454144 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi dma allocation failed (7077888 B type 1), will try later with small size ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi delays mem_request 2 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi firmware request memory request Later firmware comes back with more but small segments and allocation succeeds: ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 1 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 1 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 1 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 1 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 1 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 1 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 1 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 1 size 262144 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 1 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 1 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 1 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 1 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 1 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 4 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 4 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 4 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 4 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 4 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 4 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 4 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 4 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 4 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 4 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 4 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 4 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 4 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 4 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 4 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 4 size 524288 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 4 size 65536 ath12k_pci 0000:04:00.0: qmi mem seg type 1 size 524288 Now ath12k is working. If suspend is triggered, firmware will be reloaded during resume. As same as before, firmware requests two large segments at first. In ath12k_qmi_msg_mem_request_cb() segment count and size are assigned: ab->qmi.mem_seg_count == 2 ab->qmi.target_mem[0].size == 7077888 ab->qmi.target_mem[1].size == 8454144 Then allocation failed like before and ath12k_qmi_free_target_mem_chunk() is called to free all allocated segments. Note the first segment is skipped because its v.addr is cleared due to allocation failure: chunk->v.addr = dma_alloc_coherent() Also note that this leaks that segment because it has not been freed. While freeing the second segment, a size of 8454144 is passed to dma_free_coherent(). However remember that this segment is allocated at the first time firmware is loaded, before suspend. So its real size is 524288, much smaller than 8454144. As a result kernel found we are freeing some memory which is in use and thus cras ---truncated--- -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40978 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: scsi: qedi: Fix crash while reading debugfs attribute The qedi_dbg_do_not_recover_cmd_read() function invokes sprintf() directly on a __user pointer, which results into the crash. To fix this issue, use a small local stack buffer for sprintf() and then call simple_read_from_buffer(), which in turns make the copy_to_user() call. BUG: unable to handle page fault for address: 00007f4801111000 PGD 8000000864df6067 P4D 8000000864df6067 PUD 864df7067 PMD 846028067 PTE 0 Oops: 0002 [#1] PREEMPT SMP PTI Hardware name: HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen10/ProLiant DL380 Gen10, BIOS U30 06/15/2023 RIP: 0010:memcpy_orig+0xcd/0x130 RSP: 0018:ffffb7a18c3ffc40 EFLAGS: 00010202 RAX: 00007f4801111000 RBX: 00007f4801111000 RCX: 000000000000000f RDX: 000000000000000f RSI: ffffffffc0bfd7a0 RDI: 00007f4801111000 RBP: ffffffffc0bfd7a0 R08: 725f746f6e5f6f64 R09: 3d7265766f636572 R10: ffffb7a18c3ffd08 R11: 0000000000000000 R12: 00007f4881110fff R13: 000000007fffffff R14: ffffb7a18c3ffca0 R15: ffffffffc0bfd7af FS: 00007f480118a740(0000) GS:ffff98e38af00000(0000) knlGS:0000000000000000 CS: 0010 DS: 0000 ES: 0000 CR0: 0000000080050033 CR2: 00007f4801111000 CR3: 0000000864b8e001 CR4: 00000000007706e0 DR0: 0000000000000000 DR1: 0000000000000000 DR2: 0000000000000000 DR3: 0000000000000000 DR6: 00000000fffe0ff0 DR7: 0000000000000400 PKRU: 55555554 Call Trace: <TASK> ? __die_body+0x1a/0x60 ? page_fault_oops+0x183/0x510 ? exc_page_fault+0x69/0x150 ? asm_exc_page_fault+0x22/0x30 ? memcpy_orig+0xcd/0x130 vsnprintf+0x102/0x4c0 sprintf+0x51/0x80 qedi_dbg_do_not_recover_cmd_read+0x2f/0x50 [qedi 6bcfdeeecdea037da47069eca2ba717c84a77324] full_proxy_read+0x50/0x80 vfs_read+0xa5/0x2e0 ? folio_add_new_anon_rmap+0x44/0xa0 ? set_pte_at+0x15/0x30 ? do_pte_missing+0x426/0x7f0 ksys_read+0xa5/0xe0 do_syscall_64+0x58/0x80 ? __count_memcg_events+0x46/0x90 ? count_memcg_event_mm+0x3d/0x60 ? handle_mm_fault+0x196/0x2f0 ? do_user_addr_fault+0x267/0x890 ? exc_page_fault+0x69/0x150 entry_SYSCALL_64_after_hwframe+0x72/0xdc RIP: 0033:0x7f4800f20b4d -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40977 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: wifi: mt76: mt7921s: fix potential hung tasks during chip recovery During chip recovery (e.g. chip reset), there is a possible situation that kernel worker reset_work is holding the lock and waiting for kernel thread stat_worker to be parked, while stat_worker is waiting for the release of the same lock. It causes a deadlock resulting in the dumping of hung tasks messages and possible rebooting of the device. This patch prevents the execution of stat_worker during the chip recovery. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40976 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: drm/lima: mask irqs in timeout path before hard reset There is a race condition in which a rendering job might take just long enough to trigger the drm sched job timeout handler but also still complete before the hard reset is done by the timeout handler. This runs into race conditions not expected by the timeout handler. In some very specific cases it currently may result in a refcount imbalance on lima_pm_idle, with a stack dump such as: [10136.669170] WARNING: CPU: 0 PID: 0 at drivers/gpu/drm/lima/lima_devfreq.c:205 lima_devfreq_record_idle+0xa0/0xb0 ... [10136.669459] pc : lima_devfreq_record_idle+0xa0/0xb0 ... [10136.669628] Call trace: [10136.669634] lima_devfreq_record_idle+0xa0/0xb0 [10136.669646] lima_sched_pipe_task_done+0x5c/0xb0 [10136.669656] lima_gp_irq_handler+0xa8/0x120 [10136.669666] __handle_irq_event_percpu+0x48/0x160 [10136.669679] handle_irq_event+0x4c/0xc0 We can prevent that race condition entirely by masking the irqs at the beginning of the timeout handler, at which point we give up on waiting for that job entirely. The irqs will be enabled again at the next hard reset which is already done as a recovery by the timeout handler. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40975 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: platform/x86: x86-android-tablets: Unregister devices in reverse order Not all subsystems support a device getting removed while there are still consumers of the device with a reference to the device. One example of this is the regulator subsystem. If a regulator gets unregistered while there are still drivers holding a reference a WARN() at drivers/regulator/core.c:5829 triggers, e.g.: WARNING: CPU: 1 PID: 1587 at drivers/regulator/core.c:5829 regulator_unregister Hardware name: Intel Corp. VALLEYVIEW C0 PLATFORM/BYT-T FFD8, BIOS BLADE_21.X64.0005.R00.1504101516 FFD8_X64_R_2015_04_10_1516 04/10/2015 RIP: 0010:regulator_unregister Call Trace: <TASK> regulator_unregister devres_release_group i2c_device_remove device_release_driver_internal bus_remove_device device_del device_unregister x86_android_tablet_remove On the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 series the bq24190 charger chip also provides a 5V boost converter output for powering USB devices connected to the micro USB port, the bq24190-charger driver exports this as a Vbus regulator. On the 830 (8) and 1050 (10) models this regulator is controlled by a platform_device and x86_android_tablet_remove() removes platform_device-s before i2c_clients so the consumer gets removed first. But on the 1380 (13) model there is a lc824206xa micro-USB switch connected over I2C and the extcon driver for that controls the regulator. The bq24190 i2c-client *must* be registered first, because that creates the regulator with the lc824206xa listed as its consumer. If the regulator has not been registered yet the lc824206xa driver will end up getting a dummy regulator. Since in this case both the regulator provider and consumer are I2C devices, the only way to ensure that the consumer is unregistered first is to unregister the I2C devices in reverse order of in which they were created. For consistency and to avoid similar problems in the future change x86_android_tablet_remove() to unregister all device types in reverse order. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40974 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: powerpc/pseries: Enforce hcall result buffer validity and size plpar_hcall(), plpar_hcall9(), and related functions expect callers to provide valid result buffers of certain minimum size. Currently this is communicated only through comments in the code and the compiler has no idea. For example, if I write a bug like this: long retbuf[PLPAR_HCALL_BUFSIZE]; // should be PLPAR_HCALL9_BUFSIZE plpar_hcall9(H_ALLOCATE_VAS_WINDOW, retbuf, ...); This compiles with no diagnostics emitted, but likely results in stack corruption at runtime when plpar_hcall9() stores results past the end of the array. (To be clear this is a contrived example and I have not found a real instance yet.) To make this class of error less likely, we can use explicitly-sized array parameters instead of pointers in the declarations for the hcall APIs. When compiled with -Warray-bounds[1], the code above now provokes a diagnostic like this: error: array argument is too small; is of size 32, callee requires at least 72 [-Werror,-Warray-bounds] 60 | plpar_hcall9(H_ALLOCATE_VAS_WINDOW, retbuf, | ^ ~~~~~~ [1] Enabled for LLVM builds but not GCC for now. See commit 0da6e5fd6c37 (gcc: disable \'-Warray-bounds\' for gcc-13 too) and related changes. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40973 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: media: mtk-vcodec: potential null pointer deference in SCP The return value of devm_kzalloc() needs to be checked to avoid NULL pointer deference. This is similar to CVE-2022-3113. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40972 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: ext4: do not create EA inode under buffer lock ext4_xattr_set_entry() creates new EA inodes while holding buffer lock on the external xattr block. This is problematic as it nests all the allocation locking (which acquires locks on other buffers) under the buffer lock. This can even deadlock when the filesystem is corrupted and e.g. quota file is setup to contain xattr block as data block. Move the allocation of EA inode out of ext4_xattr_set_entry() into the callers. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40971 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: f2fs: remove clear SB_INLINECRYPT flag in default_options In f2fs_remount, SB_INLINECRYPT flag will be clear and re-set. If create new file or open file during this gap, these files will not use inlinecrypt. Worse case, it may lead to data corruption if wrappedkey_v0 is enable. Thread A: Thread B: -f2fs_remount -f2fs_file_open or f2fs_new_inode -default_options <- clear SB_INLINECRYPT flag -fscrypt_select_encryption_impl -parse_options <- set SB_INLINECRYPT again -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40970 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: Avoid hw_desc array overrun in dw-axi-dmac I have a use case where nr_buffers = 3 and in which each descriptor is composed by 3 segments, resulting in the DMA channel descs_allocated to be 9. Since axi_desc_put() handles the hw_desc considering the descs_allocated, this scenario would result in a kernel panic (hw_desc array will be overrun). To fix this, the proposal is to add a new member to the axi_dma_desc structure, where we keep the number of allocated hw_descs (axi_desc_alloc()) and use it in axi_desc_put() to handle the hw_desc array correctly. Additionally I propose to remove the axi_chan_start_first_queued() call after completing the transfer, since it was identified that unbalance can occur (started descriptors can be interrupted and transfer ignored due to DMA channel not being enabled). -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40969 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: f2fs: don\'t set RO when shutting down f2fs Shutdown does not check the error of thaw_super due to readonly, which causes a deadlock like below. f2fs_ioc_shutdown(F2FS_GOING_DOWN_FULLSYNC) issue_discard_thread - bdev_freeze - freeze_super - f2fs_stop_checkpoint() - f2fs_handle_critical_error - sb_start_write - set RO - waiting - bdev_thaw - thaw_super_locked - return -EINVAL, if sb_rdonly() - f2fs_stop_discard_thread -> wait for kthread_stop(discard_thread); -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40968 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: MIPS: Octeon: Add PCIe link status check The standard PCIe configuration read-write interface is used to access the configuration space of the peripheral PCIe devices of the mips processor after the PCIe link surprise down, it can generate kernel panic caused by Data bus error. So it is necessary to add PCIe link status check for system protection. When the PCIe link is down or in training, assigning a value of 0 to the configuration address can prevent read-write behavior to the configuration space of peripheral PCIe devices, thereby preventing kernel panic. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40967 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: serial: imx: Introduce timeout when waiting on transmitter empty By waiting at most 1 second for USR2_TXDC to be set, we avoid a potential deadlock. In case of the timeout, there is not much we can do, so we simply ignore the transmitter state and optimistically try to continue. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40966 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: tty: add the option to have a tty reject a new ldisc ... and use it to limit the virtual terminals to just N_TTY. They are kind of special, and in particular, the con_write() routine violates the writes cannot sleep rule that some ldiscs rely on. This avoids the BUG: sleeping function called from invalid context at kernel/printk/printk.c:2659 when N_GSM has been attached to a virtual console, and gsmld_write() calls con_write() while holding a spinlock, and con_write() then tries to get the console lock. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40965 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: i2c: lpi2c: Avoid calling clk_get_rate during transfer Instead of repeatedly calling clk_get_rate for each transfer, lock the clock rate and cache the value. A deadlock has been observed while adding tlv320aic32x4 audio codec to the system. When this clock provider adds its clock, the clk mutex is locked already, it needs to access i2c, which in return needs the mutex for clk_get_rate as well. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
CVE-2024-40964 In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: ALSA: hda: cs35l41: Possible null pointer dereference in cs35l41_hda_unbind() The cs35l41_hda_unbind() function clears the hda_component entry matching it\'s index and then dereferences the codec pointer held in the first element of the hda_component array, this is an issue when the device index was 0. Instead use the codec pointer stashed in the cs35l41_hda structure as it will still be valid. -- Jul 12, 2024 n/a
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