IDCVSSSummaryLast (major) updatePublished
CVE-2021-3761 5.0
Any CA issuer in the RPKI can trick OctoRPKI prior to 1.3.0 into emitting an invalid VRP "MaxLength" value, causing RTR sessions to terminate. An attacker can use this to disable RPKI Origin Validation in a victim network (for example AS 13335 - Clou
04-04-2022 - 13:41 09-09-2021 - 14:15
CVE-2021-3912 4.3
OctoRPKI tries to load the entire contents of a repository in memory, and in the case of a GZIP bomb, unzip it in memory, making it possible to create a repository that makes OctoRPKI run out of memory (and thus crash).
04-04-2022 - 14:03 11-11-2021 - 22:15
CVE-2021-3911 4.3
If the ROA that a repository returns contains too many bits for the IP address then OctoRPKI will crash.
04-04-2022 - 14:03 11-11-2021 - 22:15
CVE-2021-3910 5.0
OctoRPKI crashes when encountering a repository that returns an invalid ROA (just an encoded NUL (\0) character).
04-04-2022 - 14:02 11-11-2021 - 22:15
CVE-2021-3909 5.0
OctoRPKI does not limit the length of a connection, allowing for a slowloris DOS attack to take place which makes OctoRPKI wait forever. Specifically, the repository that OctoRPKI sends HTTP requests to will keep the connection open for a day before
04-04-2022 - 14:02 11-11-2021 - 22:15
CVE-2021-3908 5.0
OctoRPKI does not limit the depth of a certificate chain, allowing for a CA to create children in an ad-hoc fashion, thereby making tree traversal never end.
04-04-2022 - 13:47 11-11-2021 - 22:15
CVE-2021-3907 7.5
OctoRPKI does not escape a URI with a filename containing "..", this allows a repository to create a file, (ex. rsync://example.org/repo/../../etc/cron.daily/evil.roa), which would then be written to disk outside the base cache folder. This could all
04-04-2022 - 13:46 11-11-2021 - 22:15
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