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Red Hat OpenShift: CVE-2019-9514: HTTP/2: flood using HEADERS frames results in unbounded memory growth

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Red Hat OpenShift: CVE-2019-9514: HTTP/2: flood using HEADERS frames results in unbounded memory growth

Severity
8
CVSS
(AV:N/AC:L/Au:N/C:N/I:N/A:C)
Published
08/13/2019
Created
09/13/2019
Added
09/12/2019
Modified
04/09/2020

Description

Some HTTP/2 implementations are vulnerable to a reset flood, potentially leading to a denial of service. The attacker opens a number of streams and sends an invalid request over each stream that should solicit a stream of RST_STREAM frames from the peer. Depending on how the peer queues the RST_STREAM frames, this can consume excess memory, CPU, or both.

Solution(s)

  • linuxrpm-upgrade-ansible-operator
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-apb
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-atomic-enterprise-service-catalog
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-atomic-openshift
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-atomic-openshift-cluster-autoscaler
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-atomic-openshift-descheduler
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-atomic-openshift-metrics-server
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-atomic-openshift-node-problem-detector
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-atomic-openshift-service-idler
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-atomic-openshift-web-console
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-cockpit
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-containernetworking-plugins
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-cri-o
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-cri-tools
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-csi-attacher
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-csi-driver-registrar
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-csi-livenessprobe
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-csi-provisioner
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-faq
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-golang-github-openshift-oauth-proxy
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-golang-github-openshift-prometheus-alert-buffer
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-golang-github-prometheus-alertmanager
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-golang-github-prometheus-node_exporter
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-golang-github-prometheus-prometheus
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-golang-github-prometheus-promu
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-hawkular-openshift-agent
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-heapster
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-ignition
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-image-inspector
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-openshift
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-openshift-enterprise-autoheal
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-openshift-enterprise-cluster-capacity
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-openshift-eventrouter
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-openshift-external-storage
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-pivot
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-sriov-network-device

References

  • linuxrpm-upgrade-ansible-operator
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-apb
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-atomic-enterprise-service-catalog
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-atomic-openshift
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-atomic-openshift-cluster-autoscaler
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-atomic-openshift-descheduler
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-atomic-openshift-metrics-server
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-atomic-openshift-node-problem-detector
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-atomic-openshift-service-idler
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-atomic-openshift-web-console
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-cockpit
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-containernetworking-plugins
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-cri-o
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-cri-tools
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-csi-attacher
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-csi-driver-registrar
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-csi-livenessprobe
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-csi-provisioner
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-faq
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-golang-github-openshift-oauth-proxy
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-golang-github-openshift-prometheus-alert-buffer
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-golang-github-prometheus-alertmanager
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-golang-github-prometheus-node_exporter
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-golang-github-prometheus-prometheus
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-golang-github-prometheus-promu
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-hawkular-openshift-agent
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-heapster
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-ignition
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-image-inspector
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-openshift
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-openshift-enterprise-autoheal
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-openshift-enterprise-cluster-capacity
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-openshift-eventrouter
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-openshift-external-storage
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-pivot
  • linuxrpm-upgrade-sriov-network-device

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