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Red Hat Security Advisory 2024-3781-03

Red Hat Security Advisory 2024-3781-03
Posted Jun 11, 2024
Authored by Red Hat | Site access.redhat.com

Red Hat Security Advisory 2024-3781-03 - An update is now available for Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform 2.4. Issues addressed include HTTP request smuggling, buffer overflow, code execution, cross site scripting, denial of service, memory exhaustion, null pointer, and password leak vulnerabilities.

tags | advisory, web, denial of service, overflow, vulnerability, code execution, xss
systems | linux, redhat
advisories | CVE-2023-5752
SHA-256 | 97582fd49f5e2d746ce75f2c7f0477643a47ef5538d5de3b9d00c3c7df43d95b

Red Hat Security Advisory 2024-3781-03

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Synopsis: Moderate: Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform 2.4 Product Security and Bug Fix Update
Advisory ID: RHSA-2024:3781-03
Product: Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform
Advisory URL: https://access.redhat.com/errata/RHSA-2024:3781
Issue date: 2024-06-10
Revision: 03
CVE Names: CVE-2023-5752


An update is now available for Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform 2.4

Red Hat Product Security has rated this update as having a security impact of Moderate. A Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) base score, which gives a detailed severity rating, is available for each vulnerability from the CVE link(s) in the References section.


Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform provides an enterprise framework for building, deploying and managing IT automation at scale. IT Managers can provide top-down guidelines on how automation is applied to individual teams, while automation developers retain the freedom to write tasks that leverage existing knowledge without the overhead. Ansible Automation Platform makes it possible for users across an organization to share, vet, and manage automation content by means of a simple, powerful, and agentless language.

Security Fix(es):

* automation-controller: aiohttp: DoS when trying to parse malformed POST requests (CVE-2024-30251)
* automation-controller: Django: Potential regular expression denial-of-service in django.utils.text.Truncator.words() (CVE-2024-27351)
* automation-controller: pip: Mercurial configuration injectable in repo revision when installing via pip (CVE-2023-5752)
* automation-controller: pydantic: regular expression denial of service via crafted email string (CVE-2024-3772)
* automation-hub, python3/python39-galaxy-ng: follow-redirects: Possible credential leak (CVE-2024-28849)
* python3/python39-aiohttp: DoS when trying to parse malformed POST requests (CVE-2024-30251)
* python3/python39-aiohttp: XSS on index pages for static file handling (CVE-2024-27306)
* python3/python39-black: ReDoS via the lines_with_leading_tabs_expanded() function in strings.py file (CVE-2024-21503)
* python3/python39-cryptography: NULL pointer dereference with pkcs12.serialize_key_and_certificates when called with a non-matching certificate and private key and an hmac_hash override (CVE-2024-26130)
* python3/python39-cryptography: NULL-dereference when loading PKCS7 certificates (CVE-2023-49083)
* python3/python39-cryptography: NULL-dereference when loading PKCS7 certificates (CVE-2023-49083)
* python3/python39-gunicorn: HTTP Request Smuggling due to improper validation of Transfer-Encoding headers (CVE-2024-1135)
* python3/python39-idna: potential DoS via resource consumption via specially crafted inputs to idna.encode() (CVE-2024-3651)
* python3/python39-jinja2: accepts keys containing non-attribute characters (CVE-2024-34064)
* python3/python39-pillow: buffer overflow in _imagingcms.c (CVE-2024-28219)
* python3/python39-pillow: Arbitrary Code Execution via the environment parameter (CVE-2023-50447)
* python3/python39-pydantic: regular expression denial of service via crafted email string (CVE-2024-3772)
* python3/python39-requests: subsequent requests to the same host ignore cert verification (CVE-2024-35195)
* python3/python39-social-auth-app-django: Improper Handling of Case Sensitivity in social-auth-app-django (CVE-2024-32879)
* python3/python39-sqlparse: parsing heavily nested list leads to denial of service (CVE-2024-4340)
* receptor: golang: crypto/x509: Verify panics on certificates with an unknown public key algorithm (CVE-2024-24783)
* receptor: golang: net/http, x/net/http2: unlimited number of CONTINUATION frames causes DoS (CVE-2023-45288)
* receptor: golang: net/http: memory exhaustion in Request.ParseMultipartForm (CVE-2023-45290)

For more details about the security issue(s), including the impact, a CVSS score, acknowledgments, and other related information, refer to the CVE page(s) listed in the References section.

Updates and fixes for automation controller:
* Fixed Redis connection leak on version 4.5.6 (AAP-24286)
* automation-controller has been updated to 4.5.7

Updates and fixes for automation hub:
* Fixed repository sync issues (AAH-3111, AAH-3218)
* automation-hub/python3-galaxy-ng/python39-galaxy-ng have been updated to 4.9.2

Additional changes:
* ansible-core has been updated to 2.15.11
* automation-eda-controller has been updated to 1.0.7
* installer and setup have been updated to 2.4-7
* receptor has been updated to 1.4.8

For more details about the updates and fixes included in this release, refer to the Release Notes.







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