quota: check block number when reading the block in quota file
A use-after-free vulnerability in the quota mechanism, leading to a denial of service.
openvswitch: integer underflow leads to out-of-bounds write
An integer coercion error in the openvswitch kernel module potentially leading to an out-of-bounds write access. This flaw allows a local user to crash or potentially escalate their privileges on the system.
memory leak in ipv6_renew_options
A memory leak in the IPv6 functionality. This flaw allows a user to crash the system.
data races around icsk->icsk_af_ops pointer
A vulnerability in the tcp subsystem. This issue could allow an attacker to leak internal kernel information.
fuse: pcs: missing timeout at authentication
Possible deadlock in kernel during connect to cluster storage.
network packet corruption
Unstable network connection caused by corruption packets in the network card driver.
stale pointer in oom_context->victim
Possible kernel crash while handling out of memory situation.
Null Pointer Dereference in JFS filesystem.
An attacker could use prepared image to crash the system or leak internal kernel information.
netfilter: core: Improper NAT hooks collision check.
Hooks collision during nftables and iptables hooks registering.
blk-cbt: Percpu allocation leak.
A memory leak in Changed Block Tracking code.
Potential deadlock when lazytime-enabled mounted ploop is running on top of a fuse-based vStorage.
There is a possible deadlock if a lazytime-enabled mounted ploop is running on top of vStorage. This tweak provides the ability to disable default lazytime mount option for ext4 mounts. For technical reasons this tweak is united with the oom_dump_tasks sysctl. You should use this sysctl in the following way: "echo 0 > /proc/sys/vm/oom_dump_tasks" - disable lazytime default and oom tasks dumping; "echo 1 > /proc/sys/vm/oom_dump_tasks" - disable lazytime default, enable oom tasks dumping; "echo 2 > /proc/sys/vm/oom_dump_tasks" - enable lazytime default, disable oom tasks dumping; "echo 3 > /proc/sys/vm/oom_dump_tasks" - enable lazytime default and oom tasks dumping.
netfilter: nf_tables: NULL pointer access in chain filter.
NULL pointer accsess in nf_tables chain filter leads to node crash.
Calling kfree_skb from hardware interrupt may cause deadlock
Avoid possible deadlock and packet loss. Fixes: PSBM-140896 Potential ARP DoS.
Reading data from partially written XFS file block.
A data leak flaw was found in XFS filesystem. An attacker could use this flaw to read deleted data.
Use after free for file descriptor table for vmwgfx
use-after-free flaw was found in the Linux kernel’s vmw_execbuf_copy_fence_user function in vmwgfx. This flaw allows a local attacker with user privileges to cause a privilege escalation problem.
Kernel buffers data leak or race in intel GPU driver.
Incorrect GPU cache flush may allow access to system memory and run malicious code on GPU.
Potential ARP DoS for containers in host-routed network mode.
nfs: Excess dput in __put_nfs_open_context leads to a crash.
There is double dput in nfs_prime_dcache(). Because of this excess dput we get a crash in __put_nfs_open_context().
Use-after-free in the netfilter subsystem.
The bug allows to initialize a non-stateful lookup expressions which points to a not properly detached set, which might lead to UAF. Potetntially it leads to privilege escalation.
CPU hotplug leads to a VM crash on AMD processors with PCID.
Potential privilege escalation when setting the release_agent.
Setting release_agent could potentially lead to privilege escalation from unprivileged users inside a container to the container root. It couldn't be exploited to escape containers.
Potential use-after-free in the 'recv' operation of UNIX domain sockets.
Race condition between the garbage collector and the 'recv' operation with MSG_PEEK flag was found in the implementation of UNIX domain sockets. It could result in use-after-free and could potentially allow a local attacker to escalate their privileges in the system.
Read-after-free in garbage collection for Unix domain socket file handlers.
Use-after-free in RDMA listen().
A flaw in XFS allows non-root users to read raw data from a mounted block device (CVE-2021-4155).
Potential memory corruption in nfsd4_lock().
fs/locks.c: Node crash BUG in locks_insert_block().
fs: potential kernel crash in inode_permission() when processing paths containing '..'.
nfsd: memory corruption and kernel crash in nfsd4_lock.
It was discovered that certain operations with locks on NFS could result in a memory corruption and kernel crash in nfsd4_lock(). Note that, although the patch prevents new issues of this kind, it cannot fix the corruptions that have already occurred. So, kernel crashes are still possible even within a few hours after the ReadyKernel update has been applied, but should disappear after the reboot of the affected nodes.
Virtual machines might fail to start on a host with AMD Milan CPU.
It was discovered that virtual machines on the hosts with AMD Milan CPUs could try to set IA32_SPEC_CTRL MSR during their startup and would fail to start: qemu-kvm would be killed by SIGABRT.
Memory allocation failed unexpectedly in __add_to_page_cache_locked().
Ext4 FS was unexpectedly remounted read-only in a container after the container reached the limits set in the memory cgroup. It happened because the relevant memory allocations failed in __add_to_page_cache_locked while __GFP_NOFAIL flag was dropped for certain reason.
netfilter per/cpu memory leak on error path
fix device_rename for containers
use-after-free in cls_route filter
virtualize timestamps in /dev/ksmg and syslog outputs
kernel data leak in pfkey_register
A hole in vstorage FUSE synchronization protocol leading to unsynchronized chunks.
ms/xfrm: fix crash in XFRM_MSG_GETSA netlink handler