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Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2023 11:50:37 +0200
From: Greg KH <>
Subject: Re: [CVE-2023-42755] Linux kernel wild pointer access
 <= v6.2

On Mon, Sep 25, 2023 at 01:13:19PM -0700, Kyle Zeng wrote:
> [Patch]
> The patch is to follow the upstream and retire the rsvp classifier in
> all the stable trees.
> And it is queued in all the stable trees, but not merged yet.
> For example, the patch for v6.1 can be found here:

This change is in released kernels already, specifically all of the
following ones:
	4.14.326 4.19.295 5.4.257 5.10.197 5.15.133 6.1.55 6.3

Perhaps this advisory was written before those kernels were released?

> [Affected Version]
> I confirmed that this bug affects v6.2, v6.1, v5.15, v5.10, v5.4,
> v4.19, and v4.14.

v6.2 is long end-of-life, sorry, that's not going to be fixed.  But for
all of the other versions you quote above, it should now be resolved.


greg k-h

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