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SubjectRe: [PATCH] net: check if protocol extracted by virtio_net_hdr_set_proto is correct
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On 2021/2/18 11:50 下午, Willem de Bruijn wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 18, 2021 at 10:01 AM Balazs Nemeth <bnemeth@redhat.com> wrote:
>> For gso packets, virtio_net_hdr_set_proto sets the protocol (if it isn't
>> set) based on the type in the virtio net hdr, but the skb could contain
>> anything since it could come from packet_snd through a raw socket. If
>> there is a mismatch between what virtio_net_hdr_set_proto sets and
>> the actual protocol, then the skb could be handled incorrectly later
>> on by gso.
>>
>> The network header of gso packets starts at 14 bytes, but a specially
>> crafted packet could fool the call to skb_flow_dissect_flow_keys_basic
>> as the network header offset in the skb could be incorrect.
>> Consequently, EINVAL is not returned.
>>
>> There are even packets that can cause an infinite loop. For example, a
>> packet with ethernet type ETH_P_MPLS_UC (which is unnoticed by
>> virtio_net_hdr_to_skb) that is sent to a geneve interface will be
>> handled by geneve_build_skb. In turn, it calls
>> udp_tunnel_handle_offloads which then calls skb_reset_inner_headers.
>> After that, the packet gets passed to mpls_gso_segment. That function
>> calculates the mpls header length by taking the difference between
>> network_header and inner_network_header. Since the two are equal
>> (due to the earlier call to skb_reset_inner_headers), it will calculate
>> a header of length 0, and it will not pull any headers. Then, it will
>> call skb_mac_gso_segment which will again call mpls_gso_segment, etc...
>> This leads to the infinite loop.


I remember kernel will validate dodgy gso packets in gso ops. I wonder
why not do the check there? The reason is that virtio/TUN is not the
only source for those packets.

Thanks


>>
>> For that reason, address the root cause of the issue: don't blindly
>> trust the information provided by the virtio net header. Instead,
>> check if the protocol in the packet actually matches the protocol set by
>> virtio_net_hdr_set_proto.
>>
>> Fixes: 9274124f023b ("net: stricter validation of untrusted gso packets")
>> Signed-off-by: Balazs Nemeth <bnemeth@redhat.com>
>> ---
>> include/linux/virtio_net.h | 7 ++++++-
>> 1 file changed, 6 insertions(+), 1 deletion(-)
>>
>> diff --git a/include/linux/virtio_net.h b/include/linux/virtio_net.h
>> index e8a924eeea3d..cf2c53563f22 100644
>> --- a/include/linux/virtio_net.h
>> +++ b/include/linux/virtio_net.h
>> @@ -79,8 +79,13 @@ static inline int virtio_net_hdr_to_skb(struct sk_buff *skb,
>> if (gso_type && skb->network_header) {
>> struct flow_keys_basic keys;
>>
>> - if (!skb->protocol)
>> + if (!skb->protocol) {
>> + const struct ethhdr *eth = skb_eth_hdr(skb);
>> +
> Unfortunately, cannot assume that the device type is ARPHRD_ETHER.
>
> The underlying approach is sound: packets that have a gso type set in
> the virtio_net_hdr have to be IP packets.
>
>> virtio_net_hdr_set_proto(skb, hdr);
>> + if (skb->protocol != eth->h_proto)
>> + return -EINVAL;
>> + }
>> retry:
>> if (!skb_flow_dissect_flow_keys_basic(NULL, skb, &keys,
>> NULL, 0, 0, 0,
>> --
>> 2.29.2
>>

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