Public on 2023-04-19
Modified on 2024-01-12
An out-of-bounds memory access flaw was found in the Linux kernel’s XFS file system in how a user restores an XFS image after failure (with a dirty log journal). This flaw allows a local user to crash or potentially escalate their privileges on the system.
Important severity
CVSS v3 Base Score
See breakdown

Affected Packages

Platform Package Release Date Advisory Status
Amazon Linux 1 kernel 2023-04-27 ALAS-2023-1735 Fixed
Amazon Linux 2 - Core kernel 2023-04-27 ALAS2-2023-2027 Fixed
Amazon Linux 2 - Kernel-5.10 Extra kernel 2023-04-27 ALAS2KERNEL-5.10-2023-031 Fixed
Amazon Linux 2 - Kernel-5.15 Extra kernel 2023-04-27 ALAS2KERNEL-5.15-2023-017 Fixed
Amazon Linux 2 - Kernel-5.4 Extra kernel 2023-04-27 ALAS2KERNEL-5.4-2023-044 Fixed
Amazon Linux 2023 kernel 2023-04-27 ALAS2023-2023-169 Fixed
Amazon Linux 2 - Livepatch Extra kernel-livepatch-4.14.309-231.529 2023-06-21 ALAS2LIVEPATCH-2023-133 Fixed
Amazon Linux 2 - Livepatch Extra kernel-livepatch-4.14.311-233.529 2023-06-21 ALAS2LIVEPATCH-2023-132 Fixed
Amazon Linux 2023 kernel-livepatch-6.1.15-28.43 2023-05-25 ALAS2023LIVEPATCH-2023-009 Fixed
Amazon Linux 2023 kernel-livepatch-6.1.19-30.43 2023-05-25 ALAS2023LIVEPATCH-2023-008 Fixed
Amazon Linux 2023 kernel-livepatch-6.1.21-1.45 2023-05-25 ALAS2023LIVEPATCH-2023-007 Fixed
Amazon Linux 2023 kernel-livepatch-6.1.23-36.46 2023-05-25 ALAS2023LIVEPATCH-2023-006 Fixed

CVSS Scores

Score Type Score Vector
Amazon Linux CVSSv3 7.0 CVSS:3.1/AV:L/AC:H/PR:L/UI:N/S:U/C:H/I:H/A:H