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    openSUSE: 2020:2059-1 moderate: wpa_supplicant

    Date 27 Nov 2020
    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
    An update that fixes 22 vulnerabilities is now available.
       openSUSE Security Update: Security update for wpa_supplicant
    Announcement ID:    openSUSE-SU-2020:2059-1
    Rating:             moderate
    References:         #1131644 #1131868 #1131870 #1131871 #1131872 
                        #1131874 #1133640 #1144443 #1150934 #1156920 
                        #1166933 #1167331 #930077 #930078 #930079 
    Cross-References:   CVE-2015-4141 CVE-2015-4142 CVE-2015-4143
                        CVE-2015-8041 CVE-2017-13077 CVE-2017-13078
                        CVE-2017-13079 CVE-2017-13080 CVE-2017-13081
                        CVE-2017-13082 CVE-2017-13086 CVE-2017-13087
                        CVE-2017-13088 CVE-2018-14526 CVE-2019-11555
                        CVE-2019-13377 CVE-2019-16275 CVE-2019-9494
                        CVE-2019-9495 CVE-2019-9497 CVE-2019-9498
    Affected Products:
                        openSUSE Leap 15.2
       An update that fixes 22 vulnerabilities is now available.
       This update for wpa_supplicant fixes the following issues:
       Security issue fixed:
       - CVE-2019-16275: Fixed an AP mode PMF disconnection protection bypass
       Non-security issues fixed:
       - Enable SAE support (jsc#SLE-14992).
       - Limit P2P_DEVICE name to appropriate ifname size.
       - Fix wicked wlan (bsc#1156920)
       - Restore fi.epitest.hostap.WPASupplicant.service (bsc#1167331)
       - With v2.9 fi.epitest.hostap.WPASupplicant.service is obsolete
       - Fix WLAN config on boot with wicked. (bsc#1166933)
       - Update to 2.9 release:
          * SAE changes
            - disable use of groups using Brainpool curves
            - improved protection against side channel attacks
          * EAP-pwd changes
            - disable use of groups using Brainpool curves
            - allow the set of groups to be configured (eap_pwd_groups)
            - improved protection against side channel attacks
          * fixed FT-EAP initial mobility domain association using PMKSA caching
            (disabled by default for backwards compatibility; can be enabled with
          * fixed a regression in OpenSSL 1.1+ engine loading
          * added validation of RSNE in (Re)Association Response frames
          * fixed DPP bootstrapping URI parser of channel list
          * extended EAP-SIM/AKA fast re-authentication to allow use with FILS
          * extended ca_cert_blob to support PEM format
          * improved robustness of P2P Action frame scheduling
          * added support for EAP-SIM/AKA using [email protected] identity
          * fixed Hotspot 2.0 credential selection based on roaming consortium to
            ignore credentials without a specific EAP method
          * added experimental support for EAP-TEAP peer (RFC 7170)
          * added experimental support for EAP-TLS peer with TLS v1.3
          * fixed a regression in WMM parameter configuration for a TDLS peer
          * fixed a regression in operation with drivers that offload 802.1X
            4-way handshake
          * fixed an ECDH operation corner case with OpenSSL
          * SAE changes
            - added support for SAE Password Identifier
            - changed default configuration to enable only groups 19, 20, 21
       (i.e., disable groups 25 and 26) and disable all unsuitable groups
       completely based on REVmd changes
            - do not regenerate PWE unnecessarily when the AP uses the
       anti-clogging token mechanisms
            - fixed some association cases where both SAE and FT-SAE were enabled
              on both the station and the selected AP
            - started to prefer FT-SAE over SAE AKM if both are enabled
            - started to prefer FT-SAE over FT-PSK if both are enabled
            - fixed FT-SAE when SAE PMKSA caching is used
            - reject use of unsuitable groups based on new implementation
       guidance in REVmd (allow only FFC groups with prime >= 3072 bits and ECC
       groups with prime >= 256)
            - minimize timing and memory use differences in PWE derivation
       [] (CVE-2019-9494, bsc#1131868)
          * EAP-pwd changes
            - minimize timing and memory use differences in PWE derivation
       [] (CVE-2019-9495, bsc#1131870)
            - verify server scalar/element []
       (CVE-2019-9497, CVE-2019-9498, CVE-2019-9499, bsc#1131874, bsc#1131872,
       bsc#1131871, bsc#1131644)
            - fix message reassembly issue with unexpected fragment
       [] (CVE-2019-11555, bsc#1133640)
            - enforce rand,mask generation rules more strictly
            - fix a memory leak in PWE derivation
            - disallow ECC groups with a prime under 256 bits (groups 25, 26, and
            - SAE/EAP-pwd side-channel attack update
       [] (CVE-2019-13377, bsc#1144443)
          * fixed CONFIG_IEEE80211R=y (FT) build without CONFIG_FILS=y
          * Hotspot 2.0 changes
            - do not indicate release number that is higher than the one AP
            - added support for release number 3
            - enable PMF automatically for network profiles created from
          * fixed OWE network profile saving
          * fixed DPP network profile saving
          * added support for RSN operating channel validation (CONFIG_OCV=y and
            network profile parameter ocv=1)
          * added Multi-AP backhaul STA support
          * fixed build with LibreSSL
          * number of MKA/MACsec fixes and extensions
          * extended domain_match and domain_suffix_match to allow list of values
          * fixed dNSName matching in domain_match and domain_suffix_match when
            using wolfSSL
          * started to prefer FT-EAP-SHA384 over WPA-EAP-SUITE-B-192 AKM if both
            are enabled
          * extended nl80211 Connect and external authentication to support SAE,
            FT-SAE, FT-EAP-SHA384
          * fixed KEK2 derivation for FILS+FT
          * extended client_cert file to allow loading of a chain of PEM encoded
          * extended beacon reporting functionality
          * extended D-Bus interface with number of new properties
          * fixed a regression in FT-over-DS with mac80211-based drivers
          * OpenSSL: allow systemwide policies to be overridden
          * extended driver flags indication for separate 802.1X and PSK 4-way
            handshake offload capability
          * added support for random P2P Device/Interface Address use
          * extended PEAP to derive EMSK to enable use with ERP/FILS
          * extended WPS to allow SAE configuration to be added automatically for
            PSK (wps_cred_add_sae=1)
          * removed support for the old D-Bus interface (CONFIG_CTRL_IFACE_DBUS)
          * extended domain_match and domain_suffix_match to allow list of values
          * added a RSN workaround for misbehaving PMF APs that advertise
            IGTK/BIP KeyID using incorrect byte order
          * fixed PTK rekeying with FILS and FT
          * fixed WPA packet number reuse with replayed messages and key
            reinstallation [] (CVE-2017-13077,
            CVE-2017-13078, CVE-2017-13079, CVE-2017-13080, CVE-2017-13081,
            CVE-2017-13082, CVE-2017-13086, CVE-2017-13087, CVE-2017-13088)
          * fixed unauthenticated EAPOL-Key decryption in wpa_supplicant
            [] (CVE-2018-14526)
          * added support for FILS (IEEE 802.11ai) shared key authentication
          * added support for OWE (Opportunistic Wireless Encryption, RFC 8110;
            and transition mode defined by WFA)
          * added support for DPP (Wi-Fi Device Provisioning Protocol)
          * added support for RSA 3k key case with Suite B 192-bit level
          * fixed Suite B PMKSA caching not to update PMKID during each 4-way
          * fixed EAP-pwd pre-processing with PasswordHashHash
          * added EAP-pwd client support for salted passwords
          * fixed a regression in TDLS prohibited bit validation
          * started to use estimated throughput to avoid undesired signal
            strength based roaming decision
          * MACsec/MKA:
            - new macsec_linux driver interface support for the Linux kernel
       macsec module
            - number of fixes and extensions
          * added support for external persistent storage of PMKSA cache
            (PMKSA_GET/PMKSA_ADD control interface commands; and
            MESH_PMKSA_GET/MESH_PMKSA_SET for the mesh case)
          * fixed mesh channel configuration pri/sec switch case
          * added support for beacon report
          * large number of other fixes, cleanup, and extensions
          * added support for randomizing local address for GAS queries
            (gas_rand_mac_addr parameter)
          * fixed EAP-SIM/AKA/AKA' ext auth cases within TLS tunnel
          * added option for using random WPS UUID (auto_uuid=1)
          * added SHA256-hash support for OCSP certificate matching
          * fixed EAP-AKA' to add AT_KDF into Synchronization-Failure
          * fixed a regression in RSN pre-authentication candidate selection
          * added option to configure allowed group management cipher suites
            (group_mgmt network profile parameter)
          * removed all PeerKey functionality
          * fixed nl80211 AP and mesh mode configuration regression with Linux
            4.15 and newer
          * added ap_isolate configuration option for AP mode
          * added support for nl80211 to offload 4-way handshake into the driver
          * added support for using wolfSSL cryptographic library
          * SAE
            - added support for configuring SAE password separately of the WPA2
            - fixed PTK and EAPOL-Key integrity and key-wrap algorithm selection
       for SAE; note: this is not backwards compatible, i.e., both the AP and
       station side implementations will need to be update at the same time to
       maintain interoperability
            - added support for Password Identifier
            - fixed FT-SAE PMKID matching
          * Hotspot 2.0
            - added support for fetching of Operator Icon Metadata ANQP-element
            - added support for Roaming Consortium Selection element
            - added support for Terms and Conditions
            - added support for OSEN connection in a shared RSN BSS
            - added support for fetching Venue URL information
          * added support for using OpenSSL 1.1.1
          * FT
            - disabled PMKSA caching with FT since it is not fully functional
            - added support for SHA384 based AKM
            - added support for BIP ciphers BIP-CMAC-256, BIP-GMAC-128,
       BIP-GMAC-256 in addition to previously supported BIP-CMAC-128
            - fixed additional IE inclusion in Reassociation Request frame when
       using FT protocol
       - Changed service-files for start after network (systemd-networkd).
       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 15.2:
          zypper in -t patch openSUSE-2020-2059=1
    Package List:
       - openSUSE Leap 15.2 (i586 x86_64):
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