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CVE-2018-14779

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Overview

A buffer overflow issue was discovered in the Yubico-Piv 1.5.0 smartcard driver. The file lib/ykpiv.c contains the following code in the function `ykpiv_transfer_data()`: {% highlight c %} if(*out_len + recv_len - 2 > max_out) { fprintf(stderr, "Output buffer to small, wanted to write %lu, max was %lu.", *out_len + recv_len - 2, max_out); } if(out_data) { memcpy(out_data, data, recv_len - 2); out_data += recv_len - 2; *out_len += recv_len - 2; } {% endhighlight %} -- it is clearly checked whether the buffer is big enough to hold the data copied using `memcpy()`, but no error handling happens to avoid the `memcpy()` in such cases. This code path can be triggered with malicious data coming from a smartcard.

Related Files

Ubuntu Security Notice USN-4276-1
Posted Feb 12, 2020
Authored by Ubuntu | Site security.ubuntu.com

Ubuntu Security Notice 4276-1 - It was discovered that libykpiv, a supporting library of the Yubico PIV Tool and YubiKey PIV Manager, mishandled specially crafted input. An attacker with a custom-made, malicious USB device could potentially execute arbitrary code on a computer running the Yubico PIV Tool or Yubikey PIV Manager.

tags | advisory, arbitrary
systems | linux, ubuntu
advisories | CVE-2018-14779
MD5 | e16063343f279c619de14c7506c065b2
Yubico PIV Tool 1.5.0 Buffer Overflow
Posted Aug 14, 2018
Authored by Eric Sesterhenn

A buffer overflow and an out of bounds memory read were identified in the yubico-piv-tool-1.5.0, these can be triggered by a malicious token.

tags | advisory, overflow
advisories | CVE-2018-14779, CVE-2018-14780
MD5 | 2c4440042ac214d8089605f593a3a025
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