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  8. 16 Sep, 2018 1 commit
    • FIX: NO SUCH DEVICE when adding routes · da50f2a3
      When adding unreachable routes and setting the RTNH_F_ONLINK flag, a
      device is required to be specified. In Linux kernel 4.16 support for
      this flag was added. Until now it was ignored.
      If RTNH_F_ONLINK is specified while the device is missing, newer kernels
      will respond with No such device.
      The result is:
      * spam in the log file
      * missing routes for both ipv4 and ipv6
      Christof Schulze committed
  9. 29 Jun, 2018 1 commit
    • Fix (non-exploitable) buffer-overflow in packet parser. · 8cbc75db
      The check for a TLV going beyond the end of the packet was off by two.
      A malformed packet could possibly cause babeld to read two octets beyond
      the end of the read buffer.
      
      While technically a buffer overflow, this is most probably not
      exploitable, since it is a read-only overflow.  At worst, it would
      cause two octets of garbage to be parsed and treated as valid data.
      Juliusz Chroboczek committed
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