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SUSE: CVE-2014-9427: SUSE Linux Security Advisory

Severity
8
CVSS
(AV:N/AC:L/Au:N/C:P/I:P/A:P)
Published
01/02/2015
Created
07/25/2018
Added
12/18/2015
Modified
02/04/2022

Description

sapi/cgi/cgi_main.c in the CGI component in PHP through 5.4.36, 5.5.x through 5.5.20, and 5.6.x through 5.6.4, when mmap is used to read a .php file, does not properly consider the mapping's length during processing of an invalid file that begins with a # character and lacks a newline character, which causes an out-of-bounds read and might (1) allow remote attackers to obtain sensitive information from php-cgi process memory by leveraging the ability to upload a .php file or (2) trigger unexpected code execution if a valid PHP script is present in memory locations adjacent to the mapping.

Solution(s)

  • suse-upgrade-apache2-mod_php5
  • suse-upgrade-apache2-mod_php7
  • suse-upgrade-php5
  • suse-upgrade-php5-bcmath
  • suse-upgrade-php5-bz2
  • suse-upgrade-php5-calendar
  • suse-upgrade-php5-ctype
  • suse-upgrade-php5-curl
  • suse-upgrade-php5-dba
  • suse-upgrade-php5-devel
  • suse-upgrade-php5-dom
  • suse-upgrade-php5-enchant
  • suse-upgrade-php5-exif
  • suse-upgrade-php5-fastcgi
  • suse-upgrade-php5-fileinfo
  • suse-upgrade-php5-fpm
  • suse-upgrade-php5-ftp
  • suse-upgrade-php5-gd
  • suse-upgrade-php5-gettext
  • suse-upgrade-php5-gmp
  • suse-upgrade-php5-iconv
  • suse-upgrade-php5-intl
  • suse-upgrade-php5-json
  • suse-upgrade-php5-ldap
  • suse-upgrade-php5-mbstring
  • suse-upgrade-php5-mcrypt
  • suse-upgrade-php5-mysql
  • suse-upgrade-php5-odbc
  • suse-upgrade-php5-openssl
  • suse-upgrade-php5-pcntl
  • suse-upgrade-php5-pdo
  • suse-upgrade-php5-pear
  • suse-upgrade-php5-pgsql
  • suse-upgrade-php5-pspell
  • suse-upgrade-php5-shmop
  • suse-upgrade-php5-snmp
  • suse-upgrade-php5-soap
  • suse-upgrade-php5-sockets
  • suse-upgrade-php5-sqlite
  • suse-upgrade-php5-suhosin
  • suse-upgrade-php5-sysvmsg
  • suse-upgrade-php5-sysvsem
  • suse-upgrade-php5-sysvshm
  • suse-upgrade-php5-tokenizer
  • suse-upgrade-php5-wddx
  • suse-upgrade-php5-xmlreader
  • suse-upgrade-php5-xmlrpc
  • suse-upgrade-php5-xmlwriter
  • suse-upgrade-php5-xsl
  • suse-upgrade-php5-zip
  • suse-upgrade-php5-zlib
  • suse-upgrade-php7
  • suse-upgrade-php7-bcmath
  • suse-upgrade-php7-bz2
  • suse-upgrade-php7-calendar
  • suse-upgrade-php7-ctype
  • suse-upgrade-php7-curl
  • suse-upgrade-php7-dba
  • suse-upgrade-php7-devel
  • suse-upgrade-php7-dom
  • suse-upgrade-php7-embed
  • suse-upgrade-php7-enchant
  • suse-upgrade-php7-exif
  • suse-upgrade-php7-fastcgi
  • suse-upgrade-php7-fileinfo
  • suse-upgrade-php7-fpm
  • suse-upgrade-php7-ftp
  • suse-upgrade-php7-gd
  • suse-upgrade-php7-gettext
  • suse-upgrade-php7-gmp
  • suse-upgrade-php7-iconv
  • suse-upgrade-php7-imap
  • suse-upgrade-php7-intl
  • suse-upgrade-php7-json
  • suse-upgrade-php7-ldap
  • suse-upgrade-php7-mbstring
  • suse-upgrade-php7-mcrypt
  • suse-upgrade-php7-mysql
  • suse-upgrade-php7-odbc
  • suse-upgrade-php7-opcache
  • suse-upgrade-php7-openssl
  • suse-upgrade-php7-pcntl
  • suse-upgrade-php7-pdo
  • suse-upgrade-php7-pear
  • suse-upgrade-php7-pear-archive_tar
  • suse-upgrade-php7-pgsql
  • suse-upgrade-php7-phar
  • suse-upgrade-php7-posix
  • suse-upgrade-php7-pspell
  • suse-upgrade-php7-readline
  • suse-upgrade-php7-shmop
  • suse-upgrade-php7-snmp
  • suse-upgrade-php7-soap
  • suse-upgrade-php7-sockets
  • suse-upgrade-php7-sodium
  • suse-upgrade-php7-sqlite
  • suse-upgrade-php7-sysvmsg
  • suse-upgrade-php7-sysvsem
  • suse-upgrade-php7-sysvshm
  • suse-upgrade-php7-tidy
  • suse-upgrade-php7-tokenizer
  • suse-upgrade-php7-wddx
  • suse-upgrade-php7-xmlreader
  • suse-upgrade-php7-xmlrpc
  • suse-upgrade-php7-xmlwriter
  • suse-upgrade-php7-xsl
  • suse-upgrade-php7-zip
  • suse-upgrade-php7-zlib
  • suse-upgrade-php72-devel

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