LG MRA58K - 'ASFParser::SetMetaData' Stack Overflow

2017.07.01
Risk: Medium
Local: No
Remote: Yes
CVE: N/A
CWE: CWE-119

There are three variants of the below crash, all of which stemming from an unbound copy into a fixed size stack buffer allocated in the function ASFParser::SetMetaData, used as an argument to each of the three calls to the function unicodeToUtf_8 without checking that the output length will be less than the size of the buffer. You can see in the crashdump that the argv array has been overwritten by junk unicode output, resulting in the corrupted binary path displayed in the output. I believe that this issue is mitigated by compiling with stack cookies, so I'm not applying the 90 day deadline to this issue since I don't think it's exploitable except as a denial-of-service. *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** Build fingerprint: 'lge/p1_global_com/p1:6.0/MRA58K/1624210305d45:user/release-keys' Revision: '11' ABI: 'arm' pid: 435, tid: 435, name: mediaserver >>> �ు둢吟ѷἃ舄㹂慮춎䇛㾾攞䎤➹뽉龂팆顯浃桡>￿큾略혭拴畹㿺㬭똦৿➦쎪悸ꪰ뒇᭥릧㠙���褓悀䳘牀⛕鑆ࡢ���㹇䊌⾩ʘỬ操陊ꦑ䤮峇ᇱ빌屸쒫羮죾‘궈砜톢庋_䔗蛴ᰦ꿚肁࿗砘搒깷옮豩烙켯펤傁䅥툺帰Ŧ䥎ᢘ퐢옥ꤤࠨ᪗@���Ԃ깛Ȯ댁ૃ⒨待讍ꄌ鈤䄚戬㸵Ṣ䙌䠖咂徕琣༔ৰ씊塀⏆ð厔⁀呕!谀櫰ុì⪌跔띦䳊薵結စ䌷﷌���๑髇#쀇붭 signal 11 (SIGSEGV), code 1 (SEGV_MAPERR), fault addr 0xff951000 r0 ff951002 r1 f023b0ba r2 0000100e r3 ffffff8f AM write failed: Broken pipe r4 00000792 r5 f023bfde r6 f5f1c080 r7 efdfca69 r8 f1282348 r9 ff94fc70 sl f1282348 fp 00000012 ip 0000a3c6 sp ff94fc5c lr efdf7457 pc efdf4a9a cpsr 800f0030 backtrace: #00 pc 00003a9a /system/lib/liblg_parser_asf.so (_Z14unicodeToUtf_8PhPti+85) #01 pc 00006453 /system/lib/liblg_parser_asf.so (_ZN9ASFParser11SetMetaDataEP15meta_descriptor+186) #02 pc 6b203432 <unknown> Source: https://bugs.chromium.org/p/project-zero/issues/detail?id=1226

References:

https://bugs.chromium.org/p/project-zero/issues/detail?id=1226


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