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Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2017 05:08:06 -0600
Subject: Re: CVE Request: PHP with Zend OPCache code permission/sensitive
 data protection vulnerability

On Mon, Feb 27, 2017 at 04:52:58PM -0600, wrote:
> To briefly summarize, in PHP SAPI's where PHP interpreters share a
> common parent process (eg. Apache mod_php and PHP-FPM), Zend OpCache
> creates a shared memory object owned by the common parent during
> initialization. Child PHP processes inherit the SHM descriptor, using it
> to cache and retrieve compiled script bytecode ("opcode" in PHP jargon).
> Cache keys vary depending on configuration, but filename is a central
> key component, and compiled opcode can generally be run if a script's
> filename is known or can be guessed.
> Many common shared hosting configurations change EUID in child processes
> to enforce privilege separation among hosted users. In these scenarios,
> default Zend OpCache behavior defeats script file permissions by sharing
> a single SHM cache among all child PHP processes.
> PHP scripts often contain sensitive information: Think of CMS
> configurations where reading or running another user's script usually
> means gaining privileges to the CMS database.
> PHP7 < 7.0.14 and PHP5 < 5.6.29. Later versions are still vulnerable by
> default unless opcache.validate_permission=1 is enabled.
> Zend OpCache
> Code permission/sensitive information disclosure
> Cross-user compromise of PHP web applications in shared hosting
> environments.

This has been assigned CVE-2015-8994 via

php-dev at coydogsoftware dot net

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