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Revision:  562266
Date:      2021-01-22
Time:      00:22:44Z
Committer: mfechner

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a4598875-ec91-11e1-8bd8-0022156e8794rssh -- configuration restrictions bypass

Derek Martin (rssh maintainer) reports:

John Barber reported a problem where, if the system administrator misconfigures rssh by providing too few access bits in the configuration file, the user will be given default permissions (scp) to the entire system, potentially circumventing any configured chroot. Fixing this required a behavior change: in the past, using rssh without a config file would give all users default access to use scp on an unchrooted system. In order to correct the reported bug, this feature has been eliminated, and you must now have a valid configuration file. If no config file exists, all users will be locked out.

Discovery 2010-08-01
Entry 2012-08-22
lt 2.3.3
d193aa9f-3f8c-11e9-9a24-6805ca0b38e8rssh - multiple vulnerabilities

NVD reports:

rssh version 2.3.4 contains a CWE-77: Improper Neutralization of Special Elements used in a Command ('Command Injection') vulnerability in allowscp permission that can result in Local command execution. This attack appear to be exploitable via An authorized SSH user with the allowscp permission.

Insufficient sanitization of arguments passed to rsync can bypass the restrictions imposed by rssh, a restricted shell that should restrict users to perform only rsync operations, resulting in the execution of arbitrary shell commands.

Discovery 2019-02-04
Entry 2019-03-06
lt 2.3.4_2
65b25acc-e63b-11e1-b81c-001b77d09812rssh -- arbitrary command execution

Derek Martin (rssh maintainer) reports:

Henrik Erkkonen has discovered that, through clever manipulation of environment variables on the ssh command line, it is possible to circumvent rssh. As far as I can tell, there is no way to effect a root compromise, except of course if the root account is the one you're attempting to protect with rssh...

Discovery 2012-05-08
Entry 2012-08-22
lt 2.3.4