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CUPS Local Privilege Escalation and Sandbox Escapes

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CUPS Local Privilege Escalation and Sandbox Escapes

DateWednesday, July 11, 2018 at 7:25PM

Gotham Digital Science has discovered multiple vulnerabilities in Apple’s CUPS print system affecting macOS 10.13.4 and earlier and multiple Linux distributions.  All information in this post has been shared with Apple and other affected vendors prior to publication as part of the coordinated disclosure process.  All code is excerpted from Apple’s open source CUPS repository located at https://github.com/apple/cups

 

The vulnerabilities allow for local privilege escalation to root (CVE-2018-4180), multiple sandbox escapes (CVE-2018-4182 and CVE-2018-4183), and unsandboxed root-level local file reads (CVE-2018-4181).  A related AppArmor-specific sandbox escape (CVE-2018-6553) was also discovered affecting Linux distributions such as Debian and Ubuntu.  When chained together, these vulnerabilities allow an unprivileged local attacker to escalate to unsandboxed root privileges on affected systems.

Affected Linux systems include those that allow non-root users to modify cupsd.conf such as Debian and Ubuntu.  Redhat and related distributions are generally not vulnerable by default.  Consult distribution-specific documentation and security advisories for more information.

The vulnerabilities were patched in macOS 10.13.5, and patches are currently available for Debian and Ubuntu systems.  GDS would like to thank Apple, Debian, and Canonical for working to patch the vulnerabilities, and CERT for assisting in vendor coordination.

 

Sursa: https://blog.gdssecurity.com/labs/2018/7/11/cups-local-privilege-escalation-and-sandbox-escapes.html

 

 

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