Date: Sat, 21 Oct 2023 21:24:58 +0200 From: Joshua Rogers <megamansec@...il.com> To: oss-security@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: Squid Caching Proxy Security Audit: 55 Vulnerabilities, 35 0days. Hi all, I've updated the page with the following IDs which may be used for tracking: strlen(NULL) Crash Using Digest Authentication GHSA-254c-93q9-cp53 Assertion Due to 0 ESI 'when' Checking GHSA-4g88-277m-q89r Assertion Using ESI's When Directive GHSA-4g88-277m-q89r Stack Buffer Overflow in Digest Authentication GHSA-phqj-m8gv-cq4g Buffer Underflow in ESI GHSA-wgvf-q977-9xjg Cheers, Josh On Fri, Oct 13, 2023 at 8:23 PM Joshua Rogers <megamansec@...il.com> wrote: > Hi Amos, oss-security, > > I've added GHSA-543m-w2m2-g255 and CVE-2021-46784 for 'Cache Poisoning by > Large Stored Response Headers (With Bonus XSS)' and 'Assertion in Gopher > Response Handling' respectively: GHSA-543m-w2m2-g255 and CVE-2021-46784 > > However, for "Gopher Assertion Crash", GHSA-f5cp-6rh3-284w does not apply. > "Gopher Assertion Crash" concerns an assertion "assertion failed: > store.cc:832: "store_status == STORE_PENDING"" while GHSA-f5cp-6rh3-284w > concerns an assertion: "assertion failed: String.cc:172: "canGrowBy(len)"" > > To the best of my knowledge the former (without a current GHSA or CVE) is > unfixed. > > Cheers, > Josh > > On Fri, Oct 13, 2023 at 3:54 AM Amos Jeffries <squid3@...enet.co.nz> > wrote: > >> Some reference updates. >> >> >> On 11/10/23 20:55, Joshua Rogers wrote: >> > >> > The issues are listed below. Due to the sheer size of issues discovered, >> > technical details are not included in this email. However, breakdowns of >> > the code and proof-of-concepts can be found on GitHub: >> > https://megamansec.github.io/Squid-Security-Audit/ >> > >> >> > Cache Poisoning by Large Stored Response Headers (With Bonus XSS) >> >> ... GHSA-543m-w2m2-g255 >> >> > Gopher Assertion Crash >> >> ... GHSA-f5cp-6rh3-284w >> >> > Assertion in Gopher Response Handling >> >> ... CVE-2021-46784 / GHSA-f5cp-6rh3-284w >> >> >> >> AYJ >> >
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