[openssl-commits] Fixed: openssl/openssl#13125 (master - e374335)
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Thu Aug 10 15:20:35 UTC 2017
Build Update for openssl/openssl
Duration: 22 minutes and 16 seconds
Commit: e374335 (master)
Author: Benjamin Kaduk
Message: Don't modify resumed session objects
If s->hit is set, s->session corresponds to a session created on
a previous connection, and is a data structure that is potentially
shared across other SSL objects. As such, there are thread-safety
issues with modifying the structure without taking its lock (and
of course all corresponding read accesses would also need to take
the lock as well), which have been observed to cause double-frees.
Regardless of thread-safety, the resumed session object is intended
to reflect parameters of the connection that created the session,
and modifying it to reflect the parameters from the current connection
is confusing. So, modifications to the session object during
ClientHello processing should only be performed on new connections,
i.e., those where s->hit is not set.
The code mostly got this right, providing such checks when processing
SNI and EC point formats, but the supported groups (formerly
supported curves) extension was missing it, which is fixed by this commit.
However, TLS 1.3 makes the suppported_groups extension mandatory
(when using (EC)DHE, which is the normal case), checking for the group
list in the key_share extension processing. But, TLS 1.3 only  supports
session tickets for session resumption, so the session object in question
is the output of d2i_SSL_SESSION(), and will not be shared across SSL
objects. Thus, it is safe to modify s->session for TLS 1.3 connections.
 A psk_find_session callback can also be used, but the restriction that
each callback execution must produce a distinct SSL_SESSION structure
can be documented when the psk_find_session callback documentation is
Reviewed-by: Andy Polyakov <appro at openssl.org>
(Merged from https://github.com/openssl/openssl/pull/4123)
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