Package : suricata Version : 2.0.7-2+deb8u3 CVE ID : CVE-2017-7177 CVE-2017-15377 CVE-2018-6794 Debian Bug : 856648 889842 856649
Several issues were found in suricata, an intrusion detection and prevention tool.
Suricata has an IPv4 defragmentation evasion issue caused by lack of a check for the IP protocol during fragment matching.
It was possible to trigger lots of redundant checks on the content of crafted network traffic with a certain signature, because of DetectEngineContentInspection in detect-engine-content-inspection.c. The search engine doesn't stop when it should after no match is found; instead, it stops only upon reaching inspection-recursion- limit (3000 by default).
Suricata is prone to an HTTP detection bypass vulnerability in detect.c and stream-tcp.c. If a malicious server breaks a normal TCP flow and sends data before the 3-way handshake is complete, then the data sent by the malicious server will be accepted by web clients such as a web browser or Linux CLI utilities, but ignored by Suricata IDS signatures. This mostly affects IDS signatures for the HTTP protocol and TCP stream content; signatures for TCP packets will inspect such network traffic as usual.
TEMP-0856648-2BC2C9 (no CVE assigned yet)
Out of bounds read in app-layer-dns-common.c. On a zero size A or AAAA record, 4 or 16 bytes would still be read.
For Debian 8 "Jessie", these problems have been fixed in version 2.0.7-2+deb8u3.
We recommend that you upgrade your suricata packages.
Further information about Debian LTS security advisories, how to apply these updates to your system and frequently asked questions can be found at: https://wiki.debian.org/LTS