readykernel-patch-64.7-66.0-1.vl7

Distribution:
Virtuozzo 7
Kernel Update Version:
3.10.0-862.11.6.vz7.64.7
Release Date:
2018-11-12 08:49:21
  • PSBM-89856

    Data corruption after online resize of an empty ploop image located on Virtuozzo Storage.

  • PSBM-89050

    cleancache: missing invalidation of an inode could cause data corruption.

  • PSBM-89583

    Errors in the implementation of online resize in ext4 caused failures of ploop resize operations.

  • PSBM-89323

    Potential kernel crash in cbt_flush_cpu_cache().

  • PSBM-89725

    Ploop: integer overflow in the implementation of direct IO could lead to errors when resizing the ploop image.

  • PSBM-89520

    Incorrect accounting of network namespaces in the error paths in copy_net_ns().

  • PSBM-89717

    Use-after-free in the implementation of the shared memory.

    A flaw was found in the implementation of the shared memory in the Linux kernel. shm_mmap() function did not always check if the underlying file structures were valid, which could lead to use-after-free. A local unprivileged user could exploit this to crash the kernel by executing a special sequence of system calls.
  • CVE-2018-18559

    Use-after-free due to race condition in AF_PACKET implementation.

    It was discovered that a race condition between packet_do_bind() and packet_notifier() in the implementation of AF_PACKET could lead to use-after-free. An unprivileged user on the host or in a container could exploit this to crash the kernel or, potentially, to escalate their privileges in the system.
    https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1641878
  • PSBM-88809

    Potential kernel crash in ext4_close_pfcache().

  • CVE-2018-14634

    Integer overflow in create_elf_tables() function.

    An integer overflow flaw was found in create_elf_tables(). An unprivileged local user with access to SUID (or otherwise privileged) binary could use this flaw to escalate their privileges on the system.
    https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=CVE-2018-14634
  • CVE-2017-1000365

    Bypass of the size restriction on the arguments and environment variables of a process.

    The Linux kernel imposes a size limit on the memory needed to store the arguments and environment variables of a process, 1/4 of the maximum stack size (RLIMIT_STACK). However, the pointers to these data were not taken into account, which allowed attackers to bypass the limit and even exhaust the stack of the process.
    https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=CVE-2017-1000365
  • PSBM-88818

    Kernel crash in __run_hrtimer().

    It was found that the implementation of high resolution timers ('hrtimer' subsystem) did not handle the situation when a timer was started simultaneously with its restart in another thread. As a result, a BUG_ON() could trigger in __run_hrtimer() leading to kernel crash.
  • PSBM-88577

    Soft lockup in xfrm_policy_flush().

    If an error occurred during execution of xfrm_net_init() when a new network namespace was created, xfrm_policy_lock could remain uninitialized. As a result, soft lockup could happen in xfrm_policy_flush() if it tried to acquire the lock after that.
  • PSBM-88561

    ploop: kernel crash in dio_open().

    It was found that the implementation of ploop did not handle errors reported by kthread_create() properly. This could lead to a kernel crash in dio_open().
  • PSBM-87836

    Containers with NFS mounts failed to migrate: CRIU complained about nfs/clntX files.

    It was discovered that a container with NFS mounts could keep the files /var/lib/nfs/rpc_pipefs/nfs/clntX open, even if no NFS server was running there. As a result, CRIU reported errors when the users tried to migrate the container.
  • PSBM-88082

    File systems: insufficient error handling in sget() could lead to excessive memory consumption.

  • PSBM-73001

    sunrpc: potential kernel crash (use after free) in svc_process_common().

  • PSBM-87649

    Potential out-of-bounds read in fuse_dev_splice_write().

  • PSBM-87877

    Processes could get stuck in an unkillable state when using large FUSE KIO messages.

    It was found that rpc_get_hdr() function from 'fuse_kio_pcs' module did not return valid values in 'msg_size' in some cases. As a result, the processes using large FUSE KIO messages could get stuck in an unkillable state.