CVE-2022-26357

NameCVE-2022-26357
Descriptionrace in VT-d domain ID cleanup Xen domain IDs are up to 15 bits wide. VT-d hardware may allow for only less than 15 bits to hold a domain ID associating a physical device with a particular domain. Therefore internally Xen domain IDs are mapped to the smaller value range. The cleaning up of the housekeeping structures has a race, allowing for VT-d domain IDs to be leaked and flushes to be bypassed.
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ReferencesDSA-5117-1

Vulnerable and fixed packages

The table below lists information on source packages.

Source PackageReleaseVersionStatus
xen (PTS)buster, buster (security)4.11.4+107-gef32c7afa2-1vulnerable
bullseye4.14.5+24-g87d90d511c-1fixed
bullseye (security)4.14.5+86-g1c354767d5-1fixed
bookworm, sid4.16.2+90-g0d39a6d1ae-1fixed

The information below is based on the following data on fixed versions.

PackageTypeReleaseFixed VersionUrgencyOriginDebian Bugs
xensourcestretch(unfixed)end-of-life
xensourcebuster(unfixed)end-of-life
xensourcebullseye4.14.4+74-gd7b22226b5-1DSA-5117-1
xensource(unstable)4.16.1-1

Notes

[buster] - xen <end-of-life> (DSA 4677-1)
[stretch] - xen <end-of-life> (DSA 4602-1)
https://xenbits.xen.org/xsa/advisory-399.html

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