Vulnerabilities tagged "use-after-free"

Exploitation of a fairly constrained UAF Primitive in the Linux Kernel [CVE-2022-42703]

A post on exploiting a bug that Jann Horn discovered in the linux kernel's memory management (MM) subsystem.The bug isn't detailed in this post and is fairly complex (there is a project zero bug report but it's difficult to understand without deep knowledge of MM internals), though they state it will be written up in a future blogpost...

A Very Powerful Clipboard: Analysis of a Samsung in-the-wild exploit chain

An in-the-wild exploit chain was discovered that exploits three vulnerabilities in Samsung exynos devices running kernel 4.14.113. It consisted of one userland exploit in Samsung's custom clipboard provider, a kernel infoleak through their `sec_log` functionality, and finally a UAF in the Display Processing Unit (DPU) driver.

[Chrome] heap-use-after-free in AccountSelectionBubbleView::OnAccountImageFetched

Callbacks can be tricky in memory-unsafe languages, here we have the Chrome Account Selection feature creating an image view and an image fetcher. Sets up a callback function to be called once the account's image has been fetched and passes in the raw pointer to the created image_view, the problem being that the image view may be destroyed before the callback happens.

Crow HTTP framework use-after-free

A use-after-free vulnerability in the Crow HTTP Framework owing to the input reader being agnostic to HTTP Pipelining (sending more than one HTTP request without waiting for a response on the same connection) and asynchronous workers tracking state expecting one request per connection.