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Centos Linux: CVE-2022-32250: Important: kpatch-patch security update (Multiple Advisories)

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Centos Linux: CVE-2022-32250: Important: kpatch-patch security update (Multiple Advisories)

Severity
7
CVSS
(AV:L/AC:L/Au:N/C:C/I:C/A:C)
Published
06/02/2022
Created
07/16/2022
Added
07/14/2022
Modified
07/18/2022

Description

net/netfilter/nf_tables_api.c in the Linux kernel through 5.18.1 allows a local user (able to create user/net namespaces) to escalate privileges to root because an incorrect NFT_STATEFUL_EXPR check leads to a use-after-free.

Solution(s)

  • centos-upgrade-kernel
  • centos-upgrade-kernel-rt
  • centos-upgrade-kpatch-patch-3_10_0-1160_36_2
  • centos-upgrade-kpatch-patch-3_10_0-1160_36_2-debuginfo
  • centos-upgrade-kpatch-patch-3_10_0-1160_41_1
  • centos-upgrade-kpatch-patch-3_10_0-1160_41_1-debuginfo
  • centos-upgrade-kpatch-patch-3_10_0-1160_42_2
  • centos-upgrade-kpatch-patch-3_10_0-1160_42_2-debuginfo
  • centos-upgrade-kpatch-patch-3_10_0-1160_45_1
  • centos-upgrade-kpatch-patch-3_10_0-1160_45_1-debuginfo
  • centos-upgrade-kpatch-patch-3_10_0-1160_49_1
  • centos-upgrade-kpatch-patch-3_10_0-1160_49_1-debuginfo
  • centos-upgrade-kpatch-patch-3_10_0-1160_53_1
  • centos-upgrade-kpatch-patch-3_10_0-1160_53_1-debuginfo
  • centos-upgrade-kpatch-patch-3_10_0-1160_59_1
  • centos-upgrade-kpatch-patch-3_10_0-1160_59_1-debuginfo
  • centos-upgrade-kpatch-patch-3_10_0-1160_62_1
  • centos-upgrade-kpatch-patch-3_10_0-1160_62_1-debuginfo
  • centos-upgrade-kpatch-patch-3_10_0-1160_66_1
  • centos-upgrade-kpatch-patch-3_10_0-1160_66_1-debuginfo
  • centos-upgrade-kpatch-patch-5_14_0-70_13_1
  • centos-upgrade-kpatch-patch-5_14_0-70_13_1-debuginfo
  • centos-upgrade-kpatch-patch-5_14_0-70_13_1-debugsource

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