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Linux kernel pipe NULL pointer dereference exploit (CVE-2009-3547)

November 5th, 2009 6 comments

Another exploit for the kernel pipe NULL pointer dereference bug. This one is inspired by Spender‘s great work for his enlightenment framework. It seems to exist at every 2.6 and 2.4 kernel version I’ve tested! Another sock_sendpage maybe? This sample exploit only works for versions >= 2.6.17. You can download it here. As usual more information in the code. This time there are some funny quotes too! I haven’t done a lot of tests, so any feedback, and especially versions you have tested it and it worked, is welcome!

EDIT: New version is out. It adds support for the detection of kernels compiled with spinlock debugging options. Download it here.

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Ecryptfs NULL pointer dereference exploit (CVE-2009-2908)

October 17th, 2009 1 comment

Commit afc2b6932f48f200736d3e36ad66fee0ec733136 at the linux kernel is about a NULL pointer dereference that happens under certain circumstances. As many of you already know, NULL pointer dereferences are exploitable and are actually a “hot topic” lately. You can find a lot of references, such as Julien Tinnes’ great blog post, Brad Spender‘s enlightenment framework, etc. I haven’t seen any exploits for this bug yet so I’ve written one. You can download it here. I won’t go into details here, you can read the source code which is full of helpful comments. A description of the exploit would be actually a copy/paste of all the comments here, so it’s better to read the entire source code!

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