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Debian LTS Advisory DLA-3137-1                [email protected]
https://www.debian.org/lts/security/                      Sylvain Beucler
October 05, 2022                              https://wiki.debian.org/LTS
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Package        : nodejs
Version        : 10.24.0~dfsg-1~deb10u2
CVE ID         : CVE-2021-22930 CVE-2021-22939 CVE-2021-22940 CVE-2022-21824 
                 CVE-2022-32212
Debian Bug     : 1004177

Multiple vulnerabilities were discovered in Node.js, a JavaScript
runtime environment, which could result in memory corruption, invalid
certificate validation, prototype pollution or command injection.

CVE-2021-22930, CVE-2021-22940

    Use after free attack where an attacker might be able to exploit
    the memory corruption, to change process behavior.

CVE-2021-22939

    If the Node.js https API was used incorrectly and "undefined" was
    in passed for the "rejectUnauthorized" parameter, no error was
    returned and connections to servers with an expired certificate
    would have been accepted.

CVE-2022-21824

    Due to the formatting logic of the "console.table()" function it
    was not safe to allow user controlled input to be passed to the
    "properties" parameter while simultaneously passing a plain object
    with at least one property as the first parameter, which could be
    "__proto__".

CVE-2022-32212

    OS Command Injection vulnerability due to an insufficient
    IsAllowedHost check that can easily be bypassed because
    IsIPAddress does not properly check if an IP address is invalid
    before making DBS requests allowing rebinding attacks.

For Debian 10 buster, these problems have been fixed in version
10.24.0~dfsg-1~deb10u2.

We recommend that you upgrade your nodejs packages.

For the detailed security status of nodejs please refer to
its security tracker page at:
https://security-tracker.debian.org/tracker/nodejs

Further information about Debian LTS security advisories, how to apply
these updates to your system and frequently asked questions can be
found at: https://wiki.debian.org/LTS

Debian LTS: DLA-3137-1: nodejs security update

October 5, 2022
Multiple vulnerabilities were discovered in Node.js, a JavaScript runtime environment, which could result in memory corruption, invalid certificate validation, prototype pollution ...

Summary

CVE-2021-22930, CVE-2021-22940

Use after free attack where an attacker might be able to exploit
the memory corruption, to change process behavior.

CVE-2021-22939

If the Node.js https API was used incorrectly and "undefined" was
in passed for the "rejectUnauthorized" parameter, no error was
returned and connections to servers with an expired certificate
would have been accepted.

CVE-2022-21824

Due to the formatting logic of the "console.table()" function it
was not safe to allow user controlled input to be passed to the
"properties" parameter while simultaneously passing a plain object
with at least one property as the first parameter, which could be
"__proto__".

CVE-2022-32212

OS Command Injection vulnerability due to an insufficient
IsAllowedHost check that can easily be bypassed because
IsIPAddress does not properly check if an IP address is invalid
before making DBS requests allowing rebinding attacks.

For Debian 10 buster, these problems have been fixed in version
10.24.0~dfsg-1~deb10u2.

We recommend that you upgrade your nodejs packages.

For the detailed security status of nodejs please refer to
its security tracker page at:
https://security-tracker.debian.org/tracker/nodejs

Further information about Debian LTS security advisories, how to apply
these updates to your system and frequently asked questions can be
found at: https://wiki.debian.org/LTS

Severity
Package : nodejs
Version : 10.24.0~dfsg-1~deb10u2
CVE ID : CVE-2021-22930 CVE-2021-22939 CVE-2021-22940 CVE-2022-21824
Debian Bug : 1004177

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