Linux Foundation Ceph
By the Year
In 2023 there have been 0 vulnerabilities in Linux Foundation Ceph . Last year Ceph had 1 security vulnerability published. Right now, Ceph is on track to have less security vulnerabilities in 2023 than it did last year.
It may take a day or so for new Ceph vulnerabilities to show up in the stats or in the list of recent security vulnerabilties. Additionally vulnerabilities may be tagged under a different product or component name.
Recent Linux Foundation Ceph Security Vulnerabilities
A flaw was found in Openstack manilla owning a Ceph File system "share"
9.1 - Critical
- July 25, 2022
A flaw was found in Openstack manilla owning a Ceph File system "share", which enables the owner to read/write any manilla share or entire file system. The vulnerability is due to a bug in the "volumes" plugin in Ceph Manager. This allows an attacker to compromise Confidentiality and Integrity of a file system. Fixed in RHCS 5.2 and Ceph 17.2.2.
An authentication flaw was found in ceph in versions before 14.2.20
7.2 - High
- April 15, 2021
An authentication flaw was found in ceph in versions before 14.2.20. When the monitor handles CEPHX_GET_AUTH_SESSION_KEY requests, it doesn't sanitize other_keys, allowing key reuse. An attacker who can request a global_id can exploit the ability of any user to request a global_id previously associated with another user, as ceph does not force the reuse of old keys to generate new ones. The highest threat from this vulnerability is to data confidentiality and integrity as well as system availability.
A flaw was found in the Red Hat Ceph Storage RadosGW (Ceph Object Gateway)
6.5 - Medium
- June 26, 2020
A flaw was found in the Red Hat Ceph Storage RadosGW (Ceph Object Gateway). The vulnerability is related to the injection of HTTP headers via a CORS ExposeHeader tag. The newline character in the ExposeHeader tag in the CORS configuration file generates a header injection in the response when the CORS request is made. Ceph versions 3.x and 4.x are vulnerable to this issue.
An authorization bypass vulnerability was found in Ceph versions 15.2.0 before 15.2.2
8 - High
- June 22, 2020
An authorization bypass vulnerability was found in Ceph versions 15.2.0 before 15.2.2, where the ceph-mon and ceph-mgr daemons do not properly restrict access, resulting in gaining access to unauthorized resources. This flaw allows an authenticated client to modify the configuration and possibly conduct further attacks.
A flaw was found in the Ceph Object Gateway, where it supports request sent by an anonymous user in Amazon S3
6.1 - Medium
- April 23, 2020
A flaw was found in the Ceph Object Gateway, where it supports request sent by an anonymous user in Amazon S3. This flaw could lead to potential XSS attacks due to the lack of proper neutralization of untrusted input.
An issue was discovered in Ceph through 13.2.9
7.5 - High
- April 22, 2020
An issue was discovered in Ceph through 13.2.9. A POST request with an invalid tagging XML can crash the RGW process by triggering a NULL pointer exception.
NULL Pointer Dereference
A path traversal flaw was found in the Ceph dashboard implemented in upstream versions v14.2.5
7.5 - High
- April 21, 2020
A path traversal flaw was found in the Ceph dashboard implemented in upstream versions v14.2.5, v14.2.6, v15.0.0 of Ceph storage and has been fixed in versions 14.2.7 and 15.1.0. An unauthenticated attacker could use this flaw to cause information disclosure on the host machine running the Ceph dashboard.
A vulnerability was found in Red Hat Ceph Storage 4 and Red Hat Openshift Container Storage 4.2 where, A nonce reuse vulnerability was discovered in the secure mode of the messenger v2 protocol, which can
6.8 - Medium
- April 13, 2020
A vulnerability was found in Red Hat Ceph Storage 4 and Red Hat Openshift Container Storage 4.2 where, A nonce reuse vulnerability was discovered in the secure mode of the messenger v2 protocol, which can allow an attacker to forge auth tags and potentially manipulate the data by leveraging the reuse of a nonce in a session. Messages encrypted using a reused nonce value are susceptible to serious confidentiality and integrity attacks.
Reusing a Nonce, Key Pair in Encryption