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Security Advisory Moderate: Red Hat Enterprise MRG Messaging security and bug fix update 1.2.2

Advisory: RHSA-2010:0756-1
Type: Security Advisory
Severity: Moderate
Issued on: 2010-10-07
Last updated on: 2010-10-07
Affected Products: Red Hat Enterprise MRG v1 for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (version 5)
CVEs (cve.mitre.org): CVE-2010-3083
CVE-2010-3701

Details

Updated Red Hat Enterprise MRG Messaging packages that fix two security
issues and several bugs are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.

The Red Hat Security Response Team has rated this update as having moderate
security impact. Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) base scores,
which give detailed severity ratings, are available for each vulnerability
from the CVE links in the References section.

Red Hat Enterprise MRG (Messaging, Realtime and Grid) is a real-time IT
infrastructure for enterprise computing. MRG Messaging implements the
Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) standard, adding persistence
options, kernel optimizations, and operating system services.

A flaw was found in the way SSL connections to the MRG Messaging broker
were handled. A connection (from a user or client application) to the
broker's SSL port would prevent the broker from responding to any other
connections on that port, until the first connection's SSL handshake
completed or failed. A remote user could use this flaw to block connections
from legitimate clients. Note that this issue only affected connections to
the SSL port. The broker does not listen for SSL connections by default.
(CVE-2010-3083)

A flaw was found in the way the MRG Messaging broker handled the receipt of
large persistent messages. If a remote, authenticated user sent a very
large persistent message, the broker could exhaust stack memory, causing
the broker to crash. (CVE-2010-3701)

This update also includes a number of MRG Messaging bug fixes, including
updated qpidc and rhm packages:

* The Messaging broker failed when first a new durable exchange was
supplied by a plug-in, and then the broker was restarted. The startup
sequence has been reordered so that the plug-in modules are loaded before
the store is recovered. With this update, the new exchange is now
recognized and recovered successfully and the broker starts up. (BZ#550151)

* qpid-route could not delete an existing route due to a problem with the
management object for the bridge. With this update, qpid-route follows the
normal path. (BZ#560696)

* Previously, clients connecting over SSL needed to use some other username
to authenticate themselves to have permission granted via ACLs. This update
adds the option to use the client identity as authenticated by SSL.
(BZ#601222)

* New brokers did not see a durable exchange even though it existed in a
cluster. This update checks for any durable exchanges to be replicated when
a new broker is added to the cluster. Now, the exchange is visible on the
new broker. (BZ#601230)

* Cluster members occasionally failed when a new member was added to a
cluster with active consumers, because some of the consumer information was
not being replicated to new members joining a cluster. With this update,
the missing information is replicated to new members when joining a
cluster. (BZ#601236)

* Performance decreased when reading messages from a queue sequentially
without taking them off the queue. With this update, the algorithm for
traversing through messages has been changed, and the next message is found
more quickly, even for large queues. (BZ#611907)

* Wire level protocol violation or segmentation faults occurred when adding
tags due to possible modification of the message concurrent with its
encoding. This update clones messages before adding tags to prevent
concurrent modification as they are being delivered and encoded.
(BZ#619919)

All Red Hat Enterprise MRG users are advised to upgrade to these updated
packages, which correct these issues. After installing the updated
packages, the qpidd service must be restarted ("service qpidd restart") for
this update to take effect.


Solution

Before applying this update, make sure all previously-released errata
relevant to your system have been applied.

This update is available via the Red Hat Network. Details on how to
use the Red Hat Network to apply this update are available at
http://kbase.redhat.com/faq/docs/DOC-11259

Updated packages

Red Hat Enterprise MRG v1 for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (version 5)

SRPMS:
qpidc-0.5.752581-42.el5.src.rpm
File outdated by:  RHBA-2011:1147
    MD5: 72658648fad23967df33f31080cf4ecd
SHA-256: 39e83672795b8e70ececdc7d31285bc0d50d9b3c5fc105c89466cd46e5f4a258
rhm-0.5.3206-36.el5.src.rpm     MD5: 08f8a17557b3323e611810a742b90b07
SHA-256: 8af8e2fb2f65ee53e018e336f669df5bc8928157a9ef5b2f5c34e3c70952ab05
 
IA-32:
qmf-0.5.752581-42.el5.i386.rpm
File outdated by:  RHBA-2011:1147
    MD5: 597a96e721898a4192caf9ab7257673a
SHA-256: 4c563ff0e03b10d24f3671fb6b5668b47808d25ca14d0b42f8729307ce92f0e6
qmf-devel-0.5.752581-42.el5.i386.rpm
File outdated by:  RHBA-2011:1147
    MD5: 03a930ae578f38bbf15e3ab176961e14
SHA-256: 77ac762f56bf79058e755d419583db382b9104244fc9ccdd185d696600a21518
qpidc-0.5.752581-42.el5.i386.rpm     MD5: 492960750e422685b1cb000f3564b607
SHA-256: b58ca48d08d841769027fb4433343fac20df38490453dc12b77ecb0dfc4e8d46
qpidc-devel-0.5.752581-42.el5.i386.rpm     MD5: 155238a16f062aa3efc9ec606f7edea0
SHA-256: 8b83825cb05dd4aa917871d2c9404366e7c40f3f2eed7a2152c16365c04668fc
qpidc-perftest-0.5.752581-42.el5.i386.rpm     MD5: 58d0d16b653de4f75169a04441db4615
SHA-256: db623cc50a1a9d82d3f7c7f262f76452f163fde3bb9eec6d2cff17648926cf32
qpidc-rdma-0.5.752581-42.el5.i386.rpm     MD5: a9094088333642e93004327b2d77eb18
SHA-256: 6a3068b6f0a3be7b0f5cc2bfcb5fb369c0197615a9f04e2183b6523de50104db
qpidc-ssl-0.5.752581-42.el5.i386.rpm     MD5: 0370ee8daa7eb1cf1a63936ccd5fc35c
SHA-256: 09a8fadd4c74e93a07c45ea2d2842b063e833290b6425aaea56c469c32347dc0
qpidd-0.5.752581-42.el5.i386.rpm     MD5: 4be017a466174693f124e8d2292d0079
SHA-256: f9f2a9e169e169b9b48de90f1d127991c92994eafbf93ec4f6d42c6b8c9c628c
qpidd-acl-0.5.752581-42.el5.i386.rpm     MD5: 2408938e41ed1edecb1ac4514676b6c5
SHA-256: 7239998ef49e143fdc0d40efbdbb06f4fdb524b6e3c6959514d354f5d6a24f8d
qpidd-cluster-0.5.752581-42.el5.i386.rpm     MD5: 9165395688dc527385081327d1866571
SHA-256: 4f6e804401f07e5617f818c2ecf92be0b1df1ebd1ee71100b98c0a87017e4a9e
qpidd-devel-0.5.752581-42.el5.i386.rpm     MD5: 486f94e7d321ec4d41975a893645f04f
SHA-256: 99a914c400c1a802ab95fd028312bd1616405bfcf9545ec01501e47d9af1f6c6
qpidd-rdma-0.5.752581-42.el5.i386.rpm     MD5: 31bb48533db5ef7b9bb18e595291c8be
SHA-256: 9bf15460d839e33f63cadb44617ad6a53f69b7496b9172b3f92d6f71d09e4905
qpidd-ssl-0.5.752581-42.el5.i386.rpm     MD5: a7078d6a1defb4cc94c8a4e29b1c8b58
SHA-256: 2f1f16f7bf9d15366eb06159a5e78497b93107f3b98943fb619ae523826b6a10
qpidd-xml-0.5.752581-42.el5.i386.rpm     MD5: 75e429f945d863d93cdeac9ee6d5b7df
SHA-256: a4a88b298c43e0273b7c8d7a46e1bbf2a491b89f7574b543f2aa026dfca0e655
rhm-0.5.3206-36.el5.i386.rpm     MD5: dcb06cb4e959725e114d2eaee32c2b68
SHA-256: 64f8cfe16bc921c90fb8a6369a1c678236a5844cd49b2f7f2604725ab9f21aea
 
x86_64:
qmf-0.5.752581-42.el5.x86_64.rpm
File outdated by:  RHBA-2011:1147
    MD5: db756096887a4e3c60f74315cbc14da3
SHA-256: dad1af7bdc6729036e747acc9a19452ad1e8cbfc794fb42aaaf75e52be40bdd4
qmf-devel-0.5.752581-42.el5.x86_64.rpm
File outdated by:  RHBA-2011:1147
    MD5: 8c1b7c998401f9116a8f6c7388fdf6f7
SHA-256: 7361585f8e255cb72e74f1d76b7fa5e9f94b0771d6b34ae5512f9ef10bdeb421
qpidc-0.5.752581-42.el5.x86_64.rpm     MD5: 1bb695c0699b5d944d3ae1eefe01fe5a
SHA-256: 26c6537e178735d0a8baf11414e5b8ec75420bca0d909414388d8cd4ac3bdaab
qpidc-devel-0.5.752581-42.el5.x86_64.rpm     MD5: 678cb8740f2c02782072e9f4d88c2aff
SHA-256: 7485ee16dad6cacc638b758035b6a7964350f21e17ae226287b8e7aa212e3a5c
qpidc-perftest-0.5.752581-42.el5.x86_64.rpm     MD5: 5b8ecd212c1362e69ec268852d19ddd0
SHA-256: d38111558c7c78c9ff0944b6eaceb65c801611111c032a9df1b048d006ffc1be
qpidc-rdma-0.5.752581-42.el5.x86_64.rpm     MD5: 06bd4b2acd52842cbd9adff37af17b60
SHA-256: d5d3fade1a843e60e0ab5aafaa4ce24d51e6f59d0ec8eb719d11fc00bdca85cd
qpidc-ssl-0.5.752581-42.el5.x86_64.rpm     MD5: e4f573ffa45cf908f7166137cce32825
SHA-256: 73a8d1470ed7444a66b35d1e845db7db68e338843df723de777ee6afdab5217a
qpidd-0.5.752581-42.el5.x86_64.rpm     MD5: 510b48ec89a65daece348f62ba3852f3
SHA-256: df374b202e29108a0b117ea6cf43198c9e577519857954158b814a64dc84de9e
qpidd-acl-0.5.752581-42.el5.x86_64.rpm     MD5: e2535211922b966f3a5634e72c714043
SHA-256: 6a47601cfc3f781d55077db8ad6712a666af8707cad2e744db1b7a1795f3231a
qpidd-cluster-0.5.752581-42.el5.x86_64.rpm     MD5: 4737726ca0d8097091151bbcd0fe2b1f
SHA-256: 5f4e3eec9ea31cbdaccb5c9f4859e6c261968490cdd2b61535ad5bafb5e59102
qpidd-devel-0.5.752581-42.el5.x86_64.rpm     MD5: d5e83c39fd9a7e2e49efdd62660fbbd5
SHA-256: d8f995c7640a741d964dea555b11900bb7783c6b65c2056e3b8be8fbdab7b8dd
qpidd-rdma-0.5.752581-42.el5.x86_64.rpm     MD5: 7eb96875a421f4bc4955687c5384456f
SHA-256: 1deb56727e184be6b79966fbe1395fea91061b0c8c179a89e72a36f249a99de4
qpidd-ssl-0.5.752581-42.el5.x86_64.rpm     MD5: e40cb82b6ef3314418d1c7d8c2eff6af
SHA-256: 27a7b72e490000efa78affb623719f152eb0cd6dd4c56e9386775043581349d9
qpidd-xml-0.5.752581-42.el5.x86_64.rpm     MD5: 4527dc62fa333bd95cb8a2ef1a33a02f
SHA-256: b0bb27e3d4c5c03f6d745bb311ab345bf0924caca1d6d98244ed3ecc150e7f95
rhm-0.5.3206-36.el5.x86_64.rpm     MD5: 8e22a94e3b4d21273361c9c823e102d0
SHA-256: d21b6a8cd7d192277882909be87e79b662df473806d867de6aa24145bbaf9aef
 
(The unlinked packages above are only available from the Red Hat Network)

Bugs fixed (see bugzilla for more information)

550151 - If an XML exchange is declared durable, the broker crashes on recovery
560696 - qpid-route route del - fails
601222 - Feature Request: support for SASL EXTERNAL with TLS/SSL
601230 - clustered qpid: durable exchange state not replicated to broker joining cluster
601236 - Persistent cluster problems after reboot -f
611907 - Browse mode performance in a queue degrades as queue gets larger
619919 - Concurrent tagging of message with trace id while message is delivered from another queue causes segfault
632657 - CVE-2010-3083 MRG: SSL connections to MRG broker can be blocked
634014 - Large persistent messages cause seg fault
640006 - CVE-2010-3701 MRG: remote authenticated DoS in broker


References



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