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SubjectRe: [PATCH] netfilter:bridge: Hold bridge dev for fake_rtable to avoid the dangling pointer
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Rundong Ge <rdong.ge@gmail.com> 于2019年4月9日周二 下午2:33写道:
>
> Hi Pablo
>
> I've tested on mainline v5.0. The dangling pointer access of fake_rtable
> still exists.
>
> My env is like this: client0--box--client1.
> The box runs ubuntu with v5.0 kernel, br_netfilter and nfnetlink_queue
> are inserted.
>
> Reproduce steps:
> 1.Create a bridge on the box.
> 2.echo 1 >/proc/sys/net/bridge/bridge-nf-call-iptables
> 3.Add a netfilter hook function to queue the packets to nfqueuenum 0.
> The hook point must between <NF_BR_PRE_ROUTING,NF_BR_PRI_BRNF> and
> <NF_BR_FORWARD,NF_BR_PRI_BRNF - 1>.
> 4.Add a userspace process "nfqueue_rcv" to continuously read and
> set_verdict "NF_ACCEPT" to packets from queue 0.
> 5.Continuosly ping client1 from client0
> 6.Send "Ctrl + Z" to pause the "nfqueue_rcv" to simulate the queue
> congestion.
> 7.Using "ifconfig br0 down&&brctl delbr br0" to delete the bridge.
> 8.At this time the _skb_refdst of skbs in the nfqueue become dangling
> pointer. If we send "fg" to resume the "nfqueue_rcv", the kernel
> may try to access the freed memory.
>
> Debug log:
> Here I add debug logs in "netdev_freemem" and "dst_release" to prove
> the freed memory access. As the log shows, the "dst_release" accessed
> bridge's fake_rtable after the bridge was freed.
>
> Apr 8 22:25:14 raydon kernel: [62139.005062] netdev_freemem name:br0,
> fake_rtable:000000009d76cef0
> Apr 8 22:25:21 raydon kernel: [62145.967133] dst_release
> dst:000000009d76cef0 dst->dev->name: řKU¡TH
> Apr 8 22:25:21 raydon kernel: [62145.967154] dst_release
> dst:000000009d76cef0 dst->dev->name: řKU¡TH
> Apr 8 22:25:21 raydon kernel: [62145.967180] dst_release
> dst:000000009d76cef0 dst->dev->name: řKU¡TH
> Apr 8 22:25:21 raydon kernel: [62145.967197] dst_release
> dst:000000009d76cef0 dst->dev->name: řKU¡TH
>
>
>
> The reason why the hook point should be after <NF_BR_PRE_ROUTING,
> NF_BR_PRI_BRNF> is skbs reference bridge's fake_rtable in
> "br_nf_pre_routing_finish" hooked at <NF_BR_PRE_ROUTING,NF_BR_PRI_BRNF>.
>
> And the reason why the hook point should be before <NF_BR_FORWARD,
> NF_BR_PRI_BRNF - 1> is "br_nf_forward_ip" will set the state.out to
> bridge dev. After this hook point, the "nfqnl_dev_drop" triggered by
> the bridge's NETDEV_DOWN event can flush the queued skbs before
> bridge's memory is freed, because the state.out now matches the
> bridge's dev.
>
> So the root cause is "nfqnl_dev_drop" didn't flush the skbs properly
> queued between <NF_BR_PRE_ROUTING,NF_BR_PRI_BRNF> and <NF_BR_FORWARD,
> NF_BR_PRI_BRNF - 1>.
>
> As you mentioned, hold the bridge dev for these skbs is not a proper
> solution. I will send another patch to let "nfqnl_dev_drop" can flush
> these skbs.
>
> Thanks
> Rundong
>
>
> Pablo Neira Ayuso <pablo@netfilter.org> 于2019年4月4日周四 上午1:44写道:
> >
> > On Tue, Apr 02, 2019 at 12:56:09PM +0000, Rundong Ge wrote:
> > > Problem:
> > > When bridge-nf-call-iptables is enabled, skb_dst(skb) of packets that
> > > in the nfqueue may be a dangling pointer if user delete the bridge.
> > > Because packets go through the br_nf_pre_routing_finish will set the dst
> > > pointer to the br->fake_rtable. But the br struct will be freed
> > > without the reference check for these skbs.
> > >
> > > User impact:
> > > Kernel panic may happen when user delete the bridge if there are
> > > continuous traffics go through the nfqueue.
> > > Here is a panic in my device which using kernel v3.10.
> >
> > This kernel is _very old_.
> >
> > Could you provide the steps to reproduce this issue?
> >
> > Holding the device doesn't seem the way to go to me, we have a of
> > netdevice_notifier that is dropping packets for an interface that is
> > gone in nfnetlink_queue. We also drop packets whenever a hook in gone.
> >
> > So I wonder if this is still a problem in mainline kernels.

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