openSUSE Security Update: Security update for fail2ban
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Announcement ID:    openSUSE-SU-2021:1274-1
Rating:             important
References:         #1145181 #1146856 #1180738 #1188610 
Cross-References:   CVE-2021-32749
CVSS scores:
                    CVE-2021-32749 (NVD) : 8.1 CVSS:3.1/AV:N/AC:H/PR:N/UI:N/S:U/C:H/I:H/A:H

Affected Products:
                    openSUSE Leap 15.2
                    openSUSE Backports SLE-15-SP3
                    openSUSE Backports SLE-15-SP2
                    openSUSE Backports SLE-15-SP1
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   An update that solves one vulnerability and has three fixes
   is now available.

Description:

   This update for fail2ban fixes the following issues:

   - CVE-2021-32749: prevent a command injection via mail command
     (boo#1188610)

   - Integrate change to resolve boo#1146856 and boo#1180738

   Update to 0.11.2

   - increased stability, filter and action updates

   New Features and Enhancements

   * fail2ban-regex:
     - speedup formatted output (bypass unneeded stats creation)
     - extended with prefregex statistic
     - more informative output for `datepattern` (e. g. set from filter) -
       pattern : description
   * parsing of action in jail-configs considers space between action-names
     as separator also (previously only new-line was allowed), for example
     `action = a b` would specify 2 actions `a` and `b`
   * new filter and jail for GitLab recognizing failed application logins
     (gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2689)
   * new filter and jail for Grafana recognizing failed application logins
     (gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2855)
   * new filter and jail for SoftEtherVPN recognizing failed application
     logins (gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2723)
   * `filter.d/guacamole.conf` extended with `logging` parameter to follow
     webapp-logging if it's configured (gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2631)
   * `filter.d/bitwarden.conf` enhanced to support syslog
     (gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2778)
   * introduced new prefix `{UNB}` for `datepattern` to disable word
     boundaries in regex;
   * datetemplate: improved anchor detection for capturing groups `(^...)`;
   * datepattern: improved handling with wrong recognized timestamps
     (timezones, no datepattern, etc) as well as some warnings signaling user
     about invalid pattern or zone (gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2814):
     - filter gets mode in-operation, which gets activated if filter starts
       processing of new messages; in this mode a timestamp read from
       log-line that appeared recently (not an old line), deviating too much
       from now (up too 24h), will be considered as now (assuming a timezone
       issue), so could avoid unexpected bypass of failure (previously
       exceeding `findtime`);
     - better interaction with non-matching optional datepattern or invalid
       timestamps;
     - implements special datepattern `{NONE}` - allow to find failures
       totally without date-time in log messages, whereas filter will use now
       as timestamp (gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2802)
   * performance optimization of `datepattern` (better search algorithm in
     datedetector, especially for single template);
   * fail2ban-client: extended to unban IP range(s) by subnet (CIDR/mask) or
     hostname (DNS), gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2791;
   * extended capturing of alternate tags in filter, allowing combine of
     multiple groups to single tuple token with new tag prefix `` with all value of ``
     tags (gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2755)
   - Fixes
   * [stability] prevent race condition - no ban if filter (backend) is
     continuously busy if too many messages will be found in log, e. g.
     initial scan of large log-file or journal (gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2660)
   * pyinotify-backend sporadically avoided initial scanning of log-file by
     start
   * python 3.9 compatibility (and Travis CI support)
   * restoring a large number (500+ depending on files ulimit) of current
     bans when using PyPy fixed
   * manual ban is written to database, so can be restored by restart
     (gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2647)
   * `jail.conf`: don't specify `action` directly in jails (use `action_` or
     `banaction` instead)
   * no mails-action added per default anymore (e. g. to allow that `action =
     %(action_mw)s` should be specified per jail or in default section in
     jail.local), closes gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2357
   * ensure we've unique action name per jail (also if parameter `actname` is
     not set but name deviates from standard name, gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2686)
   * don't use `%(banaction)s` interpolation because it can be complex value
     (containing `[...]` and/or quotes), so would bother the action
     interpolation
   * fixed type conversion in config readers (take place after all
     interpolations get ready), that allows to specify typed parameters
     variable (as substitutions) as well as to supply it in other sections or
     as init parameters.
   * `action.d/*-ipset*.conf`: several ipset actions fixed (no timeout per
     default anymore), so no discrepancy between ipset and fail2ban (removal
     from ipset will be managed by fail2ban only, gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2703)
   * `action.d/cloudflare.conf`: fixed `actionunban` (considering new-line
     chars and optionally real json-parsing with `jq`,
     gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2140, gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2656)
   * `action.d/nftables.conf` (type=multiport only): fixed port range
     selector, replacing `:` with `-` (gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2763)
   * `action.d/firewallcmd-*.conf` (multiport only): fixed port range
     selector, replacing `:` with `-` (gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2821)
   * `action.d/bsd-ipfw.conf`: fixed selection of rule-no by large list or
     initial `lowest_rule_num` (gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2836)
   * `filter.d/common.conf`: avoid substitute of default values in related
     `lt_*` section, `__prefix_line` should be interpolated in definition
     section (inside the filter-config, gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2650)
   * `filter.d/dovecot.conf`:
     - add managesieve and submission support (gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2795);
     - accept messages with more verbose logging (gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2573);
   * `filter.d/courier-smtp.conf`: prefregex extended to consider port in
     log-message (gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2697)
   * `filter.d/traefik-auth.conf`: filter extended with parameter mode
     (`normal`, `ddos`, `aggressive`) to handle the match of username
     differently (gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2693):
     - `normal`: matches 401 with supplied username only
     - `ddos`: matches 401 without supplied username only
     - `aggressive`: matches 401 and any variant (with and without username)
   * `filter.d/sshd.conf`: normalizing of user pattern in all RE's, allowing
     empty user (gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2749)

   Update to 0.11.1:

   * Increment ban time (+ observer) functionality introduced.
   * Database functionality extended with bad ips.
   * New tags (usable in actions):
     - `` - ban count of this offender if known as bad (started by
       1 for unknown)
     - `` - current ban-time of the ticket (prolongation can be
       retarded up to 10 sec.)
   * Introduced new action command `actionprolong` to prolong ban-time (e. g.
     set new timeout if expected);
   * algorithm of restore current bans after restart changed: update the
     restored ban-time (and therefore end of ban) of the ticket with ban-time
     of jail (as maximum), for all tickets with ban-time greater (or
     persistent)
   * added new setup-option `--without-tests` to skip building and installing
     of tests files (gh-2287).
   * added new command `fail2ban-client get  banip
     ?sep-char|--with-time?` to get the banned ip addresses (gh-1916).
   * purge database will be executed now (within observer). restoring
     currently banned ip after service restart fixed (now < timeofban +
     bantime), ignore old log failures (already banned)
   * upgrade database: update new created table `bips` with entries from
     table `bans` (allows restore current bans after upgrade from version <=
     0.10)

   - removal of SuSEfirewall2-fail2ban for factory versions since
     SuSEfirewall2 will be removed from Factory (see sr#713247):
   * removed references to SuSEfirewall2 service
   * use references to SuSEfirewall2 only for older distributions
   * Removed installation recommendation of the fail2ban-SuSEfirewall2
     package for all distributions as it is deprecated.
   - changed fail2ban unit file location (boo#1145181,
     gh#fail2ban/fail2ban#2474)


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-2021-1274=1

   - openSUSE Backports SLE-15-SP3:

      zypper in -t patch openSUSE-2021-1274=1

   - openSUSE Backports SLE-15-SP2:

      zypper in -t patch openSUSE-2021-1274=1

   - openSUSE Backports SLE-15-SP1:

      zypper in -t patch openSUSE-2021-1274=1



Package List:

   - openSUSE Leap 15.2 (noarch):

      fail2ban-0.11.2-lp152.3.3.1
      monitoring-plugins-fail2ban-0.11.2-lp152.3.3.1

   - openSUSE Backports SLE-15-SP3 (noarch):

      fail2ban-0.11.2-bp153.2.3.1
      monitoring-plugins-fail2ban-0.11.2-bp153.2.3.1

   - openSUSE Backports SLE-15-SP2 (noarch):

      fail2ban-0.11.2-bp152.4.3.1
      monitoring-plugins-fail2ban-0.11.2-bp152.4.3.1

   - openSUSE Backports SLE-15-SP1 (noarch):

      fail2ban-0.11.2-bp151.3.3.1
      monitoring-plugins-fail2ban-0.11.2-bp151.3.3.1


References:

   https://www.suse.com/security/cve/CVE-2021-32749.html
   https://bugzilla.suse.com/1145181
   https://bugzilla.suse.com/1146856
   https://bugzilla.suse.com/1180738
   https://bugzilla.suse.com/1188610