ISC dhcpd vulnerability
isc-dhcp – multiple vulnerabilities
isc-dhcp42-server < 4.2.4_1
VuXML ID c7fa3618-d5ff-11e1-90a2-000c299b62e1
An unexpected client identifier parameter can cause the ISC DHCP daemon to segmentation fault when running in DHCPv6 mode, resulting in a denial of service to further client requests. In order to exploit this condition, an attacker must be able to send requests to the DHCP server.
An error in the handling of malformed client identifiers can cause a DHCP server running affected versions (see "Impact") to enter a state where further client requests are not processed and the server process loops endlessly, consuming all available CPU cycles. Under normal circumstances this condition should not be triggered, but a non-conforming or malicious client could deliberately trigger it in a vulnerable server. In order to exploit this condition an attacker must be able to send requests to the DHCP server.
Two memory leaks have been found and fixed in ISC DHCP. Both are reproducible when running in DHCPv6 mode (with the -6 command-line argument.) The first leak is confirmed to only affect servers operating in DHCPv6 mode, but based on initial code analysis the second may theoretically affect DHCPv4 servers (though this has not been demonstrated.)
Should be up-to-date on new snaps.
There was a new ISC dhcpd vulnerability announced a few days ago:
Reducing the Expiration Time for an IPv6 Lease May Cause the Server to Crash
ISC has discovered that reducing the expiration time for an active IPv6 lease may cause the server to crash.
Document Version: 2.0
Posting date: 12 Sep 2012
Program Impacted: DHCP
Versions affected: 4.1.x, 4.2.x
Ports have been upgraded to 4.2.4-P2 http://www.freshports.org/net/isc-dhcp42-server/
I bumped it on 2.1, no need to address that for 2.0.2 since it only applies to IPv6