CVE-2022-23218

Published on: 01/14/2022 12:00:00 AM UTC

Last Modified on: 01/14/2022 01:29:00 PM UTC

The following vulnerability was found:

The deprecated compatibility function svcunix_create in the sunrpc module of the GNU C Library (aka glibc) through 2.34 copies its path argument on the stack without validating its length, which may result in a buffer overflow, potentially resulting in a denial of service or (if an application is not built with a stack protector enabled) arbitrary code execution.

CVE References

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28768 – Buffer overflow in svcunix_create with long pathnames sourceware.org
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