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From 4d5186352b938ccf5dcb6ef77d0d942f8e06c4c6 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: David Woodhouse <David.Woodhouse@intel.com>
Date: Tue, 15 Jul 2014 12:54:15 -0400
Subject: Fix double-free in SPNEGO [CVE-2014-4343]

In commit cd7d6b08 ("Verify acceptor's mech in SPNEGO initiator") the
pointer sc->internal_mech became an alias into sc->mech_set->elements,
which should be considered constant for the duration of the SPNEGO
context.  So don't free it.

CVE-2014-4343:

In MIT krb5 releases 1.10 and newer, an unauthenticated remote
attacker with the ability to spoof packets appearing to be from a
GSSAPI acceptor can cause a double-free condition in GSSAPI initiators
(clients) which are using the SPNEGO mechanism, by returning a
different underlying mechanism than was proposed by the initiator.  At
this stage of the negotiation, the acceptor is unauthenticated, and
the acceptor's response could be spoofed by an attacker with the
ability to inject traffic to the initiator.

Historically, some double-free vulnerabilities can be translated into
remote code execution, though the necessary exploits must be tailored
to the individual application and are usually quite
complicated. Double-frees can also be exploited to cause an
application crash, for a denial of service.  However, most GSSAPI
client applications are not vulnerable, as the SPNEGO mechanism is not
used by default (when GSS_C_NO_OID is passed as the mech_type argument
to gss_init_sec_context()).  The most common use of SPNEGO is for
HTTP-Negotiate, used in web browsers and other web clients.  Most such
clients are believed to not offer HTTP-Negotiate by default, instead
requiring a whitelist of sites for which it may be used to be
configured.  If the whitelist is configured to only allow
HTTP-Negotiate over TLS connections ("https://"), a successful
attacker must also spoof the web server's SSL certificate, due to the
way the WWW-Authenticate header is sent in a 401 (Unauthorized)
response message.  Unfortunately, many instructions for enabling
HTTP-Negotiate in common web browsers do not include a TLS
requirement.

    CVSSv2 Vector: AV:N/AC:H/Au:N/C:C/I:C/A:C/E:POC/RL:OF/RC:C

[kaduk@mit.edu: CVE summary and CVSSv2 vector]

ticket: 7969 (new)
target_version: 1.12.2
tags: pullup

Patch-Category: upstream
---
 src/lib/gssapi/spnego/spnego_mech.c | 1 -
 1 file changed, 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/src/lib/gssapi/spnego/spnego_mech.c b/src/lib/gssapi/spnego/spnego_mech.c
index b084e51..1106764 100644
--- a/src/lib/gssapi/spnego/spnego_mech.c
+++ b/src/lib/gssapi/spnego/spnego_mech.c
@@ -799,7 +799,6 @@ init_ctx_reselect(OM_uint32 *minor_status, spnego_gss_ctx_id_t sc,
 	OM_uint32 tmpmin;
 	size_t i;
 
-	generic_gss_release_oid(&tmpmin, &sc->internal_mech);
 	gss_delete_sec_context(&tmpmin, &sc->ctx_handle,
 			       GSS_C_NO_BUFFER);