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authorJeff King <peff@peff.net>2019-07-31 04:38:11 (GMT)
committerJunio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>2019-07-31 20:30:58 (GMT)
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setup_traverse_info(): stop copying oid
We assume that if setup_traverse_info() is passed a non-empty "base" string, that string is pointing into a tree object and we can read the object oid by skipping past the trailing NUL. As it turns out, this is not true for either of the two calls, and we may end up reading garbage bytes: 1. In git-merge-tree, our base string is either empty (in which case we'd never run this code), or it comes from our traverse_path() helper. The latter overallocates a buffer by the_hash_algo->rawsz bytes, but then fills it with only make_traverse_path(), leaving those extra bytes uninitialized (but part of a legitimate heap buffer). 2. In unpack_trees(), we pass o->prefix, which is some arbitrary string from the caller. In "git read-tree --prefix=foo", for instance, it will point to the command-line parameter, and we'll read 20 bytes past the end of the string. Interestingly, tools like ASan do not detect (2) because the process argv is part of a big pre-allocated buffer. So we're reading trash, but it's trash that's probably part of the next argument, or the environment. You can convince it to fail by putting something like this at the beginning of common-main.c's main() function: { int i; for (i = 0; i < argc; i++) argv[i] = xstrdup_or_null(argv[i]); } That puts the arguments into their own heap buffers, so running: make SANITIZE=address test will find problems when "read-tree --prefix" is used (e.g., in t3030). Doubly interesting, even with the hackery above, this does not fail prior to ea82b2a085 (tree-walk: store object_id in a separate member, 2019-01-15). That commit switched setup_traverse_info() to actually copying the hash, rather than simply pointing to it. That pointer was always pointing to garbage memory, but that commit started actually dereferencing the bytes, which is what triggers ASan. That also implies that nobody actually cares about reading these oid bytes anyway (or at least no path covered by our tests). And manual inspection of the code backs that up (I'll follow this patch with some cleanups that show definitively this is the case, but they're quite invasive, so it's worth doing this fix on its own). So let's drop the bogus hashcpy(), along with the confusing oversizing in merge-tree. Signed-off-by: Jeff King <peff@peff.net> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
Diffstat (limited to 'tree-walk.c')
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1 files changed, 1 insertions, 3 deletions
diff --git a/tree-walk.c b/tree-walk.c
index ec32a47..ba10615 100644
--- a/tree-walk.c
+++ b/tree-walk.c
@@ -177,10 +177,8 @@ void setup_traverse_info(struct traverse_info *info, const char *base)
info->pathlen = pathlen ? pathlen + 1 : 0;
info->name.path = base;
info->name.pathlen = pathlen;
- if (pathlen) {
- hashcpy(info->name.oid.hash, (const unsigned char *)base + pathlen + 1);
+ if (pathlen)
info->prev = &dummy;
- }
}
char *make_traverse_path(char *path, const struct traverse_info *info, const struct name_entry *n)