openSUSE: 2019:2376-1: important: procps

    Date 26 Oct 2019
    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
    An update that fixes 5 vulnerabilities is now available.
       openSUSE Security Update: Security update for procps
    Announcement ID:    openSUSE-SU-2019:2376-1
    Rating:             important
    References:         #1092100 #1121753 
    Cross-References:   CVE-2018-1122 CVE-2018-1123 CVE-2018-1124
                        CVE-2018-1125 CVE-2018-1126
    Affected Products:
                        openSUSE Leap 15.1
       An update that fixes 5 vulnerabilities is now available.
       This update for procps fixes the following issues:
       procps was updated to 3.3.15. (bsc#1092100)
       Following security issues were fixed:
       - CVE-2018-1122: Prevent local privilege escalation in top. If a user ran
         top with HOME unset in an attacker-controlled directory, the attacker
         could have achieved privilege escalation by exploiting one of several
         vulnerabilities in the config_file() function (bsc#1092100).
       - CVE-2018-1123: Prevent denial of service in ps via mmap buffer overflow.
         Inbuilt protection in ps maped a guard page at the end of the overflowed
         buffer, ensuring that the impact of this flaw is limited to a crash
         (temporary denial of service) (bsc#1092100).
       - CVE-2018-1124: Prevent multiple integer overflows leading to a heap
         corruption in file2strvec function. This allowed a privilege escalation
         for a local attacker who can create entries in procfs by starting
         processes, which could result in crashes or arbitrary code execution in
         proc utilities run by
         other users (bsc#1092100).
       - CVE-2018-1125: Prevent stack buffer overflow in pgrep. This
         vulnerability was mitigated by FORTIFY limiting the impact to a crash
       - CVE-2018-1126: Ensure correct integer size in proc/alloc.* to prevent
         truncation/integer overflow issues (bsc#1092100).
       Also this non-security issue was fixed:
       - Fix CPU summary showing old data. (bsc#1121753)
       The update to 3.3.15 contains the following fixes:
       * library: Increment to 8:0:1 No removals, no new functions Changes: slab
         and pid structures
       * library: Just check for SIGLOST and don't delete it
       * library: Fix integer overflow and LPE in file2strvec   CVE-2018-1124
       * library: Use size_t for alloc functions                CVE-2018-1126
       * library: Increase comm size to 64
       * pgrep: Fix stack-based buffer overflow                 CVE-2018-1125
       * pgrep: Remove >15 warning as comm can be longer
       * ps: Fix buffer overflow in output buffer, causing DOS  CVE-2018-1123
       * ps: Increase command name selection field to 64
       * top: Don't use cwd for location of config              CVE-2018-1122
       * update translations
       * library: build on non-glibc systems
       * free: fix scaling on 32-bit systems
       * Revert "Support running with child namespaces"
       * library: Increment to 7:0:1 No changes, no removals New fuctions:
         numa_init, numa_max_node, numa_node_of_cpu, numa_uninit,
       * doc: Document I idle state in ps.1 and top.1
       * free: fix some of the SI multiples
       * kill: -l space between name parses correctly
       * library: dont use vm_min_free on non Linux
       * library: don't strip off wchan prefixes (ps & top)
       * pgrep: warn about 15+ char name only if -f not used
       * pgrep/pkill: only match in same namespace by default
       * pidof: specify separator between pids
       * pkill: Return 0 only if we can kill process
       * pmap: fix duplicate output line under '-x' option
       * ps: avoid eip/esp address truncations
       * ps: recognizes SCHED_DEADLINE as valid CPU scheduler
       * ps: display NUMA node under which a thread ran
       * ps: Add seconds display for cputime and time
       * ps: Add LUID field
       * sysctl: Permit empty string for value
       * sysctl: Don't segv when file not available
       * sysctl: Read and write large buffers
       * top: add config file support for XDG specification
       * top: eliminated minor libnuma memory leak
       * top: show fewer memory decimal places (configurable)
       * top: provide command line switch for memory scaling
       * top: provide command line switch for CPU States
       * top: provides more accurate cpu usage at startup
       * top: display NUMA node under which a thread ran
       * top: fix argument parsing quirk resulting in SEGV
       * top: delay interval accepts non-locale radix point
       * top: address a wishlist man page NLS suggestion
       * top: fix potential distortion in 'Mem' graph display
       * top: provide proper multi-byte string handling
       * top: startup defaults are fully customizable
       * watch: define HOST_NAME_MAX where not defined
       * vmstat: Fix alignment for disk partition format
       * watch: Support ANSI 39,49 reset sequences
       This update was imported from the SUSE:SLE-15:Update update project.
    Patch Instructions:
       To install this openSUSE Security Update use the SUSE recommended installation methods
       like YaST online_update or "zypper patch".
       Alternatively you can run the command listed for your product:
       - openSUSE Leap 15.1:
          zypper in -t patch openSUSE-2019-2376=1
    Package List:
       - openSUSE Leap 15.1 (i586 x86_64):

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