IPv6 routing tables incorrectly handled routing rules for throw routes.
It was discovered that IPv6 routing tables incorrectly handled routing rules for throw routes. This happened because errors were not propagated properly up to the fib_rules_lookup().
Container remained mounted in some cases after 'shutdown -h now' in it.
It was discovered that incorrect state of a container could be reported in /sys/fs/cgroup/ve/CTID/ve.state in some cases, which confused the user-space tools. As a result, a container could remain mounted after 'shutdown -h now' in it.
ebtables: out-of-bounds write via userland offsets in ebt_entry struct.
It was discovered that the implementation of ebtables in the kernel did not properly validate the offsets received from the user space. A local user with enough privileges in the user and network namespaces could use that to trigger an out-of-bounds write to the kernel address space.
Potential kernel hang (lockup) during destruction of cgroups.
'memory' and 'memsw' counters could be overcharged when the limit of 'kmem' counter was reached. This would result in a kernel lockup during destruction of cgroups.
Potential kernel hang (endless loop) in try_charge().
Ploop: some IO requests were not marked as completed in case of errors.
High cpu usage in isolate_freepages_block().
vstorage-mount spent a lot of time in isolate_freepages_block() in some cases, causing performance issues.
Memcg swpin/swpout stats were calculated incorrectly.
Memory cgroups were not released when starting/stopping a container with Docker.
Memory cgroups were not correctly released during start/stop of a container with Docker. If the node had a significant amount of containers with Docker, this could lead to stopped containers not starting again.
Hard lockups happened when the kernel was processing SAK (Secure Attention Key).
Docker v17.11 and newer failed to start in a container.
Starting from v17.11, Docker checks is all cgroups are mounted and refuses to start if some cgroups are not. Some of Virtuozzo-specific cgroups were visible in the containers and were not mounted there, which prevented Docker from starting properly.
Kernel crash in mem_cgroup_iter().
Potential denial of service due to extensive memory consumption.
It was discovered that some operations with files in a container could lead to denial of service on the host due to extensive memory consumption.
loop: potential data race between open() and release() leading to use-after-free.
It was found that release() operation for the loop devices has insufficient protection for the device structures against the accesses from the concurrent open() operations. A local attacker can use specially arranged concurrent operations with a loop device to cause a denial of service (kernel crash due to a use-after-free error).
netfilter: Use-after-free in tcpmss_mangle_packet().
If the system uses iptables and there are iptables rules with TCPMSS action there, a remote attacker may cause a denial of service (use-after-free in tcpmss_mangle_packet function leading to memory corruption) or possibly have unspecified other impact by sending specially crafted network packets.
Kernel warnings about memory allocation failures in vznetstat.
Kernel warnings about memory allocation failures in vznetstat.
Soft lockup in isolate_lru_page().
Migrating large memory ranges may take a while. With no resched points available, it caused soft lockups in isolate_lru_page().
Use-after-free in sctp_cmp_addr_exact().
sctp_do_peeloff() function in the Linux kernel before 4.14 did not check whether the intended netns was used in a peel-off action, which allowed local users to cause a denial of service (use-after-free in sctp_cmp_addr_exact() resulting in system crash) or possibly have unspecified other impact via crafted system calls.
Containers failed to restart because their VEIP addresses were not released.
The kernel could consider a container stopped before the resources of that container, for example, VEIP addresses, have been released. As a result, the system could fail to restart the container.
FUSE: kernel warning in request_end().
A warning about FR_PENDING bit was printed by request_end() because fuse_request_send_background() did not clear that bit.
Potential use-after-free in the processing of namespaces.
The function get_net_ns_by_id() does not check the net.count value when processing a peer network, which could lead to double free and memory corruption. An unprivileged local user could use this vulnerability to crash the system.
tcache: kernel warning in tcache_invalidate_node_pages().
When there were more than two users of a page, __tcache_page_tree_delete() failed to freeze it. The page would never be invalidated and tcache_node->nr_pages would never be decremented. A kernel warning would be output as a result.
tcache: unnecessary BUG_ON()s.
Many of the issues that BUG_ON()s were supposed to catch in tcache were not serious enough to crash the kernel. A warning will now be output in such cases instead.
KVM: DoS via write flood to I/O port 0x80.
A vulnerability was found in the kernel virtualization module (KVM) for the Intel processors. A guest system could flood the I/O port 0x80 with write requests, which could crash the host kernel, resulting in DoS.
Use-after-free in DCCP socket handling.
A vulnerability was found in DCCP socket handling code. dccp_disconnect() set the socket state to DCCP_CLOSED but did not properly free some of the resources associated with that socket. This could result in a use-after-free and could potentially allow an attacker to escalate their privileges.
PMD can become dirty without going through a COW cycle.
A flaw was found in the patches used to fix the 'Dirty COW' vulnerability (CVE-2016-5195). An attacker, able to run local code, can exploit a race condition in transparent huge pages to modify usually read-only huge pages.
ipsec: xfrm: use-after-free leading to potential privilege escalation.
The Linux kernel is vulnerable to a use-after-free issue. It could occur while closing a xfrm netlink socket, in xfrm_dump_policy_done. A user/process could use this flaw to potentially escalate their privileges on a system.
Vstorage service hung in wait_iff_congested().
Vstorage service hung in wait_iff_congested() in some cases. The problem was twofold. First, excessive COMMIT operations made by releasepage() in NFS resulted in performance degradation. Second, the non-optimal implementation of splice() operation in FUSE decreased performance as well.