Kernel Update for SUSE Linux
Posted on: 07/02/2004 01:33 PM

______________________________________________________________________________ SUSE Security Announcement Package: kernel Announcement-ID: SUSE-SA:2004:020 Date: Tuesday, Jul 2nd 2004 18:00 MEST Affected products: 8.0, 8.1, 8.2, 9.0, 9.1 SUSE Linux Database Server, SUSE eMail Server III, 3.1 SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 7, 8 SUSE Linux Firewall on CD/Admin host SUSE Linux Connectivity Server SUSE Linux Office Server Vulnerability Type: local privilege escalation Severity (1-10): 6 SUSE default package: yes Cross References:=09CAN-2004-0495 =09=09=09=09CAN-2004-0496 =09=09=09=09CAN-2004-0497 =09=09=09=09CAN-2004-0535 =09=09=09=09CAN-2004-0626 Content of this advisory: 1) security vulnerability resolved: - chown: users can change the group affiliation of arbitrary files to the group they belong to - missing DAC check in chown(2): local privilege escalation - overflow with signals: local denial-of-service - pss, mpu401 sound driver: read/write to complete memory - airo driver: read/write to complete memory - ALSA: copy_from_user/copy_to_user confused - acpi_asus: read from random memory - decnet: write to memory without checking - e1000 driver: read complete memory problem description, discussion, solution and upgrade informatio n 2) pending vulnerabilities, solutions, workarounds: - icecast - sitecopy - cadaver - OpenOffice_org - tripwire - postgresql* - mod_proxy - freeswan - ipsec-tools - less - libpng - pavuk - XFree86* - kdebase3 3) standard appendix (further information) ______________________________________________________________________________

1) problem description, brief discussion, solution, upgrade information Multiple security vulnerabilities are being addressed with this security update of the Linux kernel. Kernel memory access vulnerabilities are fixed in the e1000, decnet, acpi_asus, alsa, airo/WLAN, pss and mpu401 drivers. These vulnerabilities can lead to kernel memory read access, write access and local denial of service conditions, resulting in access to the root account for an attacker with a local account on the affected system. Missing Discretionary Access Control (DAC) checks in the chown(2) system call allow an attacker with a local account to change the group ownership of arbitrary files, which leads to root privileges on affected systems. It is specific to kernel version 2.6 based systems such as the SUSE Linux 9.1 product, that only local shell access is needed to exploit this vulnerability. An interesting variant of the missing checks is that the ownership of files in the /proc filesystem can be altered, while the changed ownership still does not allow the files to be accessed as a non-root user for to be able to exploit the vulnerability. Systems that are based on a version 2.4 kernel are not vulnerable to the /proc weakness, and exploitation of the weakness requires the use of the kernel NFS server (knfsd). If the knfsd NFS server is not activated (it is off by default), the vulnerability is not exposed. These issues related to the chown(2) system call have been discovered by Michael Schroeder and Ruediger Oertel, both SUSE LINUX. The only network-related vulnerability fixed with the kernel updates that are subject to this announcement affect the SUSE Linux 9.1 distribution only, as it is based on a 2.6 kernel. Found and reported to bugtraq by Adam Osuchowski and Tomasz Dubinski, the vulnerability allows a remote attacker to send a specially crafted TCP packet to a vulnerable system, causing that system to stall if it makes use of TCP option matching netfilter rules. In some rare configurations of the SUSE Linux 9.1 distribution, some users have experienced stalling systems during system startup. These problems are fixed with this kernel update. SPECIAL INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS: ======================= ======= For the impatient: Run YOU (Yast2 Online Update, command "yast2 online_update" as root) to install the updates (semi) automatically, if you have a SUSE Linux 8.1 and newer system. For those who wish to install their kernel updates manually and for those who use a SUSE Linux 8.0 system: The following paragraphs will guide you through the installation process in a step-by-step fashion. The character sequence "****" marks the beginning of a new paragraph. In some cases, the steps outlined in a particular paragraph may or may not be applicable to your situation. Therefore, please make sure to read through all of the steps below before attempting any of these procedures. All of the commands that need to be executed are required to be run as the superuser (root). Each step relies on the steps before it to complete successfully. **** Step 1: Determine the needed kernel type Please use the following command to find the kernel type that is installed on your system: rpm -qf /boot/vmlinuz Following are the possible kernel types (disregard the version and build number following the name separated by the "-" character) k_deflt # default kernel, good for most systems. k_i386 # kernel for older processors and chipsets k_athlon # kernel made specifically for AMD Athlon(tm) family proces sors k_psmp # kernel for Pentium-I dual processor systems k_smp # kernel for SMP systems (Pentium-II and above) k_smp4G # kernel for SMP systems which supports a maximum of 4G of RAM kernel-64k-pagesize kernel-bigsmp kernel-default kernel-smp **** Step 2: Download the package for your system Please download the kernel RPM package for your distribution with the name as indicated by Step 1. The list of all kernel rpm packages is appended below. Note: The kernel-source package does not contain a binary kernel in bootable form. Instead, it contains the sources that the binary kernel rpm packages are created from. It can be used by administrators who have decided to build their own kernel. Since the kernel-source.rpm is an installable (compiled) package that contains sources for the linux kernel, it is not the source RPM for the kernel RPM binary packages. The kernel RPM binary packages for the distributions can be found at th e locations below 8.0/images/ 8.1/rpm/i586 8.2/rpm/i586 9.0/rpm/i586 9.1/rpm/i586 After downloading the kernel RPM package for your system, you should verify the authenticity of the kernel rpm package using the methods as listed in section 3) of each SUSE Security Announcement. **** Step 3: Installing your kernel rpm package Install the rpm package that you have downloaded in Steps 3 or 4 with the command rpm -Uhv --nodeps --force <K_FILE.RPM> where <K_FILE.RPM> is the name of the rpm package that you downloaded. Warning: After performing this step, your system will likely not be able to boot if the following steps have not been fully followed. If you run SUSE LINUX 8.1 and haven't applied the kernel update (SUSE-SA:2003:034), AND you are using the freeswan package, you also need to update the freeswan rpm as a dependency as offered by YOU (YaST Online Update). The package can be downloaded from **** Step 4: configuring and creating the initrd The initrd is a ramdisk that is loaded into the memory of your system together with the kernel boot image by the bootloader. The kernel uses the content of this ramdisk to execute commands that must be run before the kernel can mount its actual root filesystem. It is usually used to initialize SCSI drivers or NIC drivers for diskless operation. The variable INITRD_MODULES in /etc/sysconfig/kernel determines which kernel modules will be loaded in the initrd before the kernel has mounted its actual root filesystem. The variable should contain your SCSI adapter (if any) or filesystem driver modules. With the installation of the new kernel, the initrd has to be re-packed with the update kernel modules. Please run the command mk_initrd as root to create a new init ramdisk (initrd) for your system. On SuSE Linux 8.1 and later, this is done automatically when the RPM is installed. **** Step 5: bootloader If you run a SUSE LINUX 8.x, SLES8, or SUSE LINUX 9.x system, there are two options: Depending on your software configuration, you have either the lilo bootloader or the grub bootloader installed and initialized on your system. The grub bootloader does not require any further actions to be performed after the new kernel images have been moved in place by the rpm Update command. If you have a lilo bootloader installed and initialized, then the lilo program must be run as root. Use the command grep LOADER_TYPE /etc/sysconfig/bootloader to find out which boot loader is configured. If it is lilo, then you must run the lilo command as root. If grub is listed, then your system does not require any bootloader initialization. Warning: An improperly installed bootloader may render your system unbootable. **** Step 6: reboot If all of the steps above have been successfully completed on your system, then the new kernel including the kernel modules and the initrd should be ready to boot. The system needs to be rebooted for the changes to become active. Please make sure that all steps have completed, then reboot using the command shutdown -r now or init 6 Your system should now shut down and reboot with the new kernel. There is no workaround known. Please download the update package for your distribution and verify its integrity by the methods listed in section 3) of this announcement. Then, install the package using the command "rpm -Fhv file.rpm" to appl y the update. Our maintenance customers are being notified individually. The packages are being offered to install from the maintenance web. x86 Platform: SUSE Linux 9.1: .5-7.95.i586.rpm 800418d3dddf6d3b83925f562842205a .95.i586.rpm 0cb990b159e10685bb29b76d312ddd25 5-7.95.i586.rpm 7446bb70f52bce57a914066be4ed8e45 5-7.95.i586.rpm 7446bb70f52bce57a914066be4ed8e45 5-7.95.i586.rpm ede031495ee19d8b6eca1873e7155332 source rpm(s): 5-7.95.nosrc.rpm 620ef40226fec31a773397cf3051bf36 95.nosrc.rpm 9b61b5a70b304f5554cb18a6bae5b5fd -7.95.nosrc.rpm 227c85280ee17a66c8590fe1bb14c596 -7.95.src.rpm 895fee3033de0810ff1173ce8ee87936 SUSE Linux 9.0: .i586.rpm 48be395b96329909486ae3a5152348fa 1.i586.rpm 4cd322b4f511d5fe4c483ed28a82097e 586.rpm 262e33cebf1b0d35fb6d3235c9ab8815 .i586.rpm 8d81370f90736b12aa71b9c744f6e0e2 86.rpm bc59c838c84ba318dc4d24da08a3022e 21-231.i586.rpm f9586ba982e0398c3e48871955b661aa source rpm(s): src.rpm 18673b0bf347fe9557d4e67ca02000c0 .src.rpm 71496daac44196b0e0a3836ee6a3b4ed c.rpm 7c208e9e3f7be1a68c3c8457eb2cafc4 src.rpm b77863c863aaf4b931bff263220e6ec9 .rpm bed7e964e22c5e5d2f5e7a5e3816dde4 1-231.src.rpm 6b5137bf379fbfc861441151039575da SUSE Linux 8.2: .i586.rpm 50d261b44616f9145a0dc16df501a504 5.i586.rpm 10095854c0bdae20991d90b822352e14 586.rpm a2ef7cfb0e62ad955dda2b0574eb3150 i586.rpm 1d2b0d0e2c7998685ed04c24e593b196 20.SuSE-115.i586.rpm d8bf98c46ba5313db286d5706f7fb3b8 source rpm(s): src.rpm e13a7b4c2b185cfeb991c31607f79ccb .src.rpm 0e2f2cf20e7d7a20f3e50b245105df61 c.rpm 6cfac2914d3827ec562ff9d6be29c566 rc.rpm afd29843aa69d805ef5f25d39ecd0e7f 0.SuSE-115.src.rpm 098a1400a48404931acb8b3eb2e821fb SUSE Linux 8.1: .i586.rpm 3bdaa593d09a7cbff632a2c4446d5603 1.i586.rpm ba60d0b2b6d3bc9c38b4e8b3859e1586 586.rpm ffa8983669004826a0cbedbe34dced76 i586.rpm 25174fd007f5a39ee0342dd6f18f2eaa 21-231.i586.rpm 10837fa561cd5104e55d48e46c837764 source rpm(s): src.rpm c37e8b87819602e77b14206affef00fa .src.rpm 7be68a677db5a65be1a46ec194b35497 c.rpm 8e4b7d5a6bb81da5a00971cdcc4ec641 rc.rpm d8ba1db81a9b517f867c970e4fc443a7 1-231.src.rpm 96a0a9242d066083c7bff8e0f70b7bbe SUSE Linux 8.0: 386.rpm ec1e53b3812c0c0bd3681435d69fb134 6.rpm 583164e52019ae090fd47e425c2a933e 86.rpm 9ac8983abef05697d75f3117e37e5f18 86.rpm 4932c4d6a42fc9be02013f398ab5bb96 E-303.i386.rpm b9de0731f9bbc4b016455a6d52cd8296 source rpm(s): rpm a73bacad80432c26e856c41338b154bd m 782902cd14e7776db66bd61a12beee03 pm d71fa5cda488ae18f8d023cd8f28bb73 pm a360a9e6ed2db54f69e17db36f02614f SE-303.nosrc.rpm 8017fd6ff8a6fc1a0660ab35ad174388 x86-64 Platform: SUSE Linux 9.1: -2.6.5-7.95.x86_64.rpm e2c53fd24991f739fd754c07f7aa8293 .5-7.95.x86_64.rpm f4a69622b7628cdd662a4e39aa59b60e 2.6.5-7.95.x86_64.rpm e71adfb1fc662600eb11d3acf67c3dc3 source rpm(s): 6.5-7.95.nosrc.rpm f6a364879d1f2ae2cf854810d61be3ac 7.95.nosrc.rpm a0096d1fc067d89c9200ea3904713d59 .5-7.95.src.rpm bf6d0439cfc37b50b4f6822c3403a74f SUSE Linux 9.0: -231.x86_64.rpm 17e008a737e5e95e71335e34fa7f86cf 31.x86_64.rpm ca742b550b1a503595b02cbfc9e0e481 2.4.21-231.x86_64.rpm 8e0c16c42d1a89aa6a09be1dd575de47 source rpm(s): 1.src.rpm 58b1bf42b5661119d06a04888144707a src.rpm 5103001136e39fca5a59f4cbde82822b .21-231.src.rpm 231c9e5e00f17df8cfd72d6c8a68d9cf ___________________________________________________________________________ ___ 2) Pending vulnerabilities in SUSE Distributions and Workarounds: - icecast The icecast service is vulnerable to a remote denial-of-service attack. Update packages will be available soon. - sitecopy The sitecopy package includes a vulnerable version of the neon library (CAN-2004-0179, CAN-2004-0398). Update packages will be available soon. - cadaver The cadaver package includes a vulnerable version of the neon library (CAN-2004-0179, CAN-2004-0398). Update packages will be available soon. - OpenOffice_org The OpenOffice_org package includes a vulnerable version of the neon library (CAN-2004-0179, CAN-2004-0398). Update packages will be available soon. - tripwire A format string bug in tripwire can be exploited locally to gain root permissions. New packages are available. - postgresql A buffer overflow in psqlODBC could be exploited to crash the application using it. E.g. a PHP script that uses ODBC to access a PostgreSQL database can be utilized to crash the surrounding Apache web-server. Other parts of PostgreSQL are not affected. New packages are available. - XDM/XFree86 This update resolves random listening to ports by XDM that allows to connect via the XDMCP. SUSE LINUX 9.1 is affected only. New packages are available. - mod_proxy A buffer overflow can be triggered by malicious remote servers that return a negative Content-Length value. This vulnerability can be used to execute commands remotely New packages are available. - freeswan A bug in the certificate chain authentication code could allow an attacker to authenticate any host against a FreeS/WAN server by presenting specially crafted certificates wrapped in a PKCS#7 file. The packages are currently being tested and will be available soon. - ipsec-tools The racoon daemon which is responsible for handling IKE messages fails to reject invalid or self-signed X.509 certificates which allows for man-in-the-middle attacks on IPsec tunnels established via racoon. The packages are currently being tested and will be available soon. - less This update fixes a possible symlink attack in The attack can be executed by local users to overwrite arbitrary files with the privileges of the user running less. New packages are available. - libpng This update adds a missing fix for CAN-2002-1363. New packages are available. - pavuk This update fixes a remotely exploitable buffer overflow in pavuk. Thanks to Ulf Harnhammar for reporting this to us. New packages are available. - kdebase3 This update fixes a possible attack on tmp files created at the first login of a user using KDE or at the first time running a KDE application. This bug can be exploited locally to overwrite arbitrary files with the privilege of the victim user. Just affects SUSE LINUX 9.1 New packages are available. ___________________________________________________________________________ ___ 3) standard appendix: authenticity verification, additional information - Package authenticity verification: SUSE update packages are available on many mirror ftp servers around the world. While this service is considered valuable and important to the free and open source software community, many users wish to be certain as to be the origin of the package and its content before installing the package. There are two independent verification methods that can be used to prove the authenticity of a downloaded file or rpm package: 1) md5sums as provided in the (cryptographically signed) announcement. 2) using the internal gpg signatures of the rpm package. 1) execute the command md5sum <name-of-the-file.rpm> after you have downloaded the file from a SUSE ftp server or its mirrors. Then, compare the resulting md5sum with the one that is listed in the announcement. Since the announcement containing the checksums is cryptographically signed (usually using the key, the checksums offer proof of the authenticity of the package. We recommend against subscribing to security lists which cause the email message containing the announcement to be modified so that the signature does not match after transport through the mailing list software. Downsides: You must be able to verify the authenticity of the announcement in the first place. If RPM packages are being rebuilt and a new version of a package is published on the ftp server, all md5 sums for the files are useless. 2) rpm package signatures provide an easy way to verify the authenticit y of an rpm package. Use the command rpm -v --checksig <file.rpm> to verify the signature of the package, where <file.rpm> is the filename of the rpm package that you have downloaded. Of course, package authenticity verification can only target an un-installed rp m package file. Prerequisites: a) gpg is installed b) The package is signed using a certain key. The public part of th is key must be installed by the gpg program in the directory ~/.gnupg/ under the user's home directory who performs the signature verification (usually root). You can import the key that is used by SUSE in rpm packages for SUSE Linux by saving this announcement to a file ("announcement.txt") and running the command (do "su -" to be root): gpg --batch; gpg < announcement.txt | gpg --import SUSE Linux distributions version 7.1 and thereafter install the key "" upon installation or upgrade, provided that the package gpg is installed. The file containing the public key is placed at the top-level directory of the first CD ( g) and at . - SUSE runs two security mailing lists to which any interested party may subscribe: - general/linux/SUSE security discussion. All SUSE security announcements are sent to this list. To subscribe, send an email to <>. - SUSE's announce-only mailing list. Only SUSE's security announcements are sent to this list. To subscribe, send an email to <>. For general information or the frequently asked questions (faq) send mail to: <> or <> respectively. ======================= ========================= ===================== SUSE's security contact is <> or <>. The <> public key is listed below. ======================= ========================= ===================== ___________________________________________________________________________ ___ The information in this advisory may be distributed or reproduced, provided that the advisory is not modified in any way. In particular, it is desired that the clear-text signature must show proof of the authenticity of the text. SUSE Linux AG makes no warranties of any kind whatsoever with respect to the information contained in this security advisory. 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