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authorIsis Lovecruft <isis@torproject.org>2018-03-27 22:46:14 +0000
committerIsis Lovecruft <isis@torproject.org>2018-04-02 19:59:16 +0000
commitc65088cb1943748412e1a390de655e20bdb28692 (patch)
treee2808db9bc2b138e89a11c23a52e8e618fe14e51
parent4b4e36a413bb5d0e2ea499dd6bc34b3d24bd3375 (diff)
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rust: Fix ProtoSet and ProtoEntry to use the same DoS limits as C.
Previously, the limit for MAX_PROTOCOLS_TO_EXPAND was actually being applied in Rust to the maximum number of version (total, for all subprotocols). Whereas in C, it was being applied to the number of subprotocols that were allowed. This changes the Rust to match C's behaviour.
-rw-r--r--src/rust/protover/protoset.rs14
-rw-r--r--src/rust/protover/protover.rs18
-rw-r--r--src/rust/protover/tests/protover.rs14
3 files changed, 22 insertions, 24 deletions
diff --git a/src/rust/protover/protoset.rs b/src/rust/protover/protoset.rs
index f94e6299c..4afc50edf 100644
--- a/src/rust/protover/protoset.rs
+++ b/src/rust/protover/protoset.rs
@@ -8,7 +8,6 @@ use std::slice;
use std::str::FromStr;
use std::u32;
-use protover::MAX_PROTOCOLS_TO_EXPAND;
use errors::ProtoverError;
/// A single version number.
@@ -183,10 +182,6 @@ impl ProtoSet {
last_high = high;
}
- if self.len() > MAX_PROTOCOLS_TO_EXPAND {
- return Err(ProtoverError::ExceedsMax);
- }
-
Ok(self)
}
@@ -317,9 +312,15 @@ impl FromStr for ProtoSet {
/// assert!(protoset.contains(&5));
/// assert!(!protoset.contains(&10));
///
- /// // We can also equivalently call `ProtoSet::from_str` by doing:
+ /// // We can also equivalently call `ProtoSet::from_str` by doing (all
+ /// // implementations of `FromStr` can be called this way, this one isn't
+ /// // special):
/// let protoset: ProtoSet = "4-6,12".parse()?;
///
+ /// // Calling it (either way) can take really large ranges (up to `u32::MAX`):
+ /// let protoset: ProtoSet = "1-70000".parse()?;
+ /// let protoset: ProtoSet = "1-4294967296".parse()?;
+ ///
/// // There are lots of ways to get an `Err` from this function. Here are
/// // a few:
/// assert_eq!(Err(ProtoverError::Unparseable), ProtoSet::from_str("="));
@@ -327,7 +328,6 @@ impl FromStr for ProtoSet {
/// assert_eq!(Err(ProtoverError::Unparseable), ProtoSet::from_str("not_an_int"));
/// assert_eq!(Err(ProtoverError::Unparseable), ProtoSet::from_str("3-"));
/// assert_eq!(Err(ProtoverError::Unparseable), ProtoSet::from_str("1-,4"));
- /// assert_eq!(Err(ProtoverError::ExceedsMax), ProtoSet::from_str("1-70000"));
///
/// // Things which would get parsed into an _empty_ `ProtoSet` are,
/// // however, legal, and result in an empty `ProtoSet`:
diff --git a/src/rust/protover/protover.rs b/src/rust/protover/protover.rs
index fc89f70d4..5e5a31cd3 100644
--- a/src/rust/protover/protover.rs
+++ b/src/rust/protover/protover.rs
@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ const FIRST_TOR_VERSION_TO_ADVERTISE_PROTOCOLS: &'static str = "0.2.9.3-alpha";
/// before concluding that someone is trying to DoS us
///
/// C_RUST_COUPLED: src/or/protover.c `MAX_PROTOCOLS_TO_EXPAND`
-pub(crate) const MAX_PROTOCOLS_TO_EXPAND: usize = (1<<16);
+const MAX_PROTOCOLS_TO_EXPAND: usize = (1<<16);
/// Currently supported protocols and their versions, as a byte-slice.
///
@@ -166,6 +166,10 @@ impl ProtoEntry {
supported.parse()
}
+ pub fn len(&self) -> usize {
+ self.0.len()
+ }
+
pub fn get(&self, protocol: &Protocol) -> Option<&ProtoSet> {
self.0.get(protocol)
}
@@ -220,8 +224,11 @@ impl FromStr for ProtoEntry {
let proto_name: Protocol = proto.parse()?;
proto_entry.insert(proto_name, versions);
- }
+ if proto_entry.len() > MAX_PROTOCOLS_TO_EXPAND {
+ return Err(ProtoverError::ExceedsMax);
+ }
+ }
Ok(proto_entry)
}
}
@@ -738,8 +745,13 @@ mod test {
}
#[test]
+ fn test_protoentry_from_str_allowed_number_of_versions() {
+ assert_protoentry_is_parseable!("Desc=1-4294967294");
+ }
+
+ #[test]
fn test_protoentry_from_str_too_many_versions() {
- assert_protoentry_is_unparseable!("Desc=1-65537");
+ assert_protoentry_is_unparseable!("Desc=1-4294967295");
}
#[test]
diff --git a/src/rust/protover/tests/protover.rs b/src/rust/protover/tests/protover.rs
index 11015f35b..2db01a163 100644
--- a/src/rust/protover/tests/protover.rs
+++ b/src/rust/protover/tests/protover.rs
@@ -353,13 +353,6 @@ fn protover_all_supported_should_exclude_some_versions_and_entire_protocols() {
}
#[test]
-#[should_panic(expected = "called `Result::unwrap()` on an `Err` value: ExceedsMax")]
-// C_RUST_DIFFERS: This test fails in Rust (but not in C) because an
-// UnvalidatedProtoEntry is defined as a Hashmap<UnknownProtocol, ProtoSet>.
-// Because it contains the ProtoSet part, there's still *some* validation
-// happening, so in this case the DoS protections in the Rust code are kicking
-// in because the range here is exceeds the maximum, so it returns an
-// Err(ProtoverError::ExceedsMax). The C, however seems to parse it anyway.
fn protover_all_supported_should_not_dos_anyones_computer() {
let proto: UnvalidatedProtoEntry = "Sleen=0-2147483648".parse().unwrap();
let result: String = proto.all_supported().unwrap().to_string();
@@ -368,13 +361,6 @@ fn protover_all_supported_should_not_dos_anyones_computer() {
}
#[test]
-#[should_panic(expected = "called `Result::unwrap()` on an `Err` value: ExceedsMax")]
-// C_RUST_DIFFERS: This test fails in Rust (but not in C) because an
-// UnvalidatedProtoEntry is defined as a Hashmap<UnknownProtocol, ProtoSet>.
-// Because it contains the ProtoSet part, there's still *some* validation
-// happening, so in this case the DoS protections in the Rust code are kicking
-// in because the range here is exceeds the maximum, so it returns an
-// Err(ProtoverError::ExceedsMax). The C, however seems to parse it anyway.
fn protover_all_supported_should_not_dos_anyones_computer_max_versions() {
let proto: UnvalidatedProtoEntry = "Sleen=0-4294967294".parse().unwrap();
let result: String = proto.all_supported().unwrap().to_string();