openSUSE Security Update: Security update for haproxy
Announcement ID: openSUSE-SU-2018:3324-1
References: #1094846 #1100787 #1108683
Cross-References: CVE-2018-11469 CVE-2018-14645
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An update that solves two vulnerabilities and has one
errata is now available.
This update for haproxy to version 1.8.14 fixes the following issues:
These security issues were fixed:
– CVE-2018-14645: A flaw was discovered in the HPACK decoder what caused an
out-of-bounds read in hpack_valid_idx() that resulted in a remote crash
and denial of service (bsc#1108683)
– CVE-2018-11469: Incorrect caching of responses to requests including an
Authorization header allowed attackers to achieve information disclosure
via an unauthenticated remote request (bsc#1094846).
These non-security issues were fixed:
– Require apparmor-abstractions to reduce dependencies (bsc#1100787)
– hpack: fix improper sign check on the header index value
– cli: make sure the “getsock” command is only called on connections
– tools: fix set_net_port() / set_host_port() on IPv4
– patterns: fix possible double free when reloading a pattern list
– server: Crash when setting FQDN via CLI.
– kqueue: Don’t reset the changes number by accident.
– snapshot: take the proxy’s lock while dumping errors
– http/threads: atomically increment the error snapshot ID
– dns: check and link servers’ resolvers right after config parsing
– h2: fix risk of memory leak on malformated wrapped frames
– session: fix reporting of handshake processing time in the logs
– stream: use atomic increments for the request counter
– thread: implement HA_ATOMIC_XADD()
– ECC cert should work with TLS = 1.1.1
– dns/server: fix incomatibility between SRV resolution and server state
– hlua: Don’t call RESET_SAFE_LJMP if SET_SAFE_LJMP returns 0.
– thread: lua: Wrong SSL context initialization.
– hlua: Make sure we drain the output buffer when done.
– lua: reset lua transaction between http requests
– mux_pt: dereference the connection with care in mux_pt_wake()
– lua: Bad HTTP client request duration.
– unix: provide a ->drain() function
– Fix spelling error in configuration doc
– cli/threads: protect some server commands against concurrent operations
– cli/threads: protect all “proxy” commands against concurrent updates
– lua: socket timeouts are not applied
– ssl: Use consistent naming for TLS protocols
– dns: explain set server … fqdn requires resolver
– map: fix map_regm with backref
– ssl: loading dh param from certifile causes unpredictable error.
– ssl: fix missing error loading a keytype cert from a bundle.
– ssl: empty connections reported as errors.
– cli: make “show fd” thread-safe
– hathreads: implement a more flexible rendez-vous point
– threads: fix the no-thread case after the change to the sync point
– threads: add more consistency between certain variables in no-thread case
– threads: fix the double CAS implementation for ARMv7
– threads: Introduce double-width CAS on x86_64 and arm.
– lua: possible CLOSE-WAIT state with ‘\n’ headers
For additional changes please refer to the changelog.
This update was imported from the SUSE:SLE-15:Update update project.
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