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SubjectRE: [PATCH] usb: gadget: aspeed: fix buffer overflow
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> > Thanks for your feedback.
> > I tried to reproduce it on my side, and it cannot be reproduce it.
> > Here are my test sequences:
> > 1. emulate one of the vhub port to usb ethernet through Linux gadget
> > (ncm)
>
> We are using rndis instead of ncm.
>
> > 2. connect BMC vhub to Host
> > 3. BMC & Host can ping each other (both usb eth dev default mtu is
> > 1500) 4. Set BMC mtu to 1000 (Host OS cannot set usb eth dev mtu to
> > 2000, it's maxmtu is 1500)
>
> Not sure if it's related, but in my case (USB rndis, Debian 10 OS) it should be
> able to set MTU to 2000.

Using rndis is able to set MTU to 2000, and the issue can be reproduced.
Using ncm & ecm has no this issue because buffer length is more bigger than the received data length. (FYI)
Thanks.

Reviewed-by: Neal Liu <neal_liu@aspeedtech.com>

>
> > 5. ping BMC with `s -1500` argument from Host OS 6. BMC kernel no oops
> >
> > I dumped the `req` related members in ast_vhub_epn_handle_ack() to see if
> whether the received data length exceeds the buffer length.
> > In my case `req.length` is 16384 bytes, so it never exceeds it in this case.
> > I'm wondering what's the value of `req.length` in your test scenario? And
> how can I reproduce it?
>
> The last 3 calls of ast_vhub_epn_handle_ack():
>
> ast_vhub_epn_handle_ack:req->last_desc=-1
> req.actual=1024,req.length=1578,ep->ep.maxpacket=512
> ast_vhub_epn_handle_ack:req->last_desc=-1
> req.actual=1536,req.length=1578,ep->ep.maxpacket=512
> ast_vhub_epn_handle_ack:req->last_desc=1
> req.actual=1634,req.length=1578,ep->ep.maxpacket=512
>
> We can see the last packet 1634 exceeds the req.legnth 1578, and that's when
> the buffer overflow occurs.
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