Cyrus IMAP 3.4.2 Release Notes¶
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Changes since 3.4.1¶
Fixed CVE-2021-33582: Certain user inputs are used as hash table keys during processing. A poorly chosen string hashing algorithm meant that the user could control which bucket their data was stored in, allowing a malicious user to direct many inputs to a single bucket. Each subsequent insertion to the same bucket requires a strcmp of every other entry in it. At tens of thousands of entries, each new insertion could keep the CPU busy in a strcmp loop for minutes.
The string hashing algorithm has been replaced with a better one, and now also uses a random seed per hash table, so malicious inputs cannot be precomputed.
Discovered by Matthew Horsfall, Fastmail
- Fixed Issue #3527: build problems when --without-sieve configured
- Fixed: missing CY namespace in some DAV responses
- Fixed: don't allow JMAP uploads if the user does not have r/w access to any mailbox/calendar/addressbook
- Fixed: Email/query sometimes chose the wrong search algorithm
- Fixed Issue #3488: LMTP delivery to shared mailboxes was broken
- Fixed Issue #3528: 'lookup' ACL alone was not allowing IMAP LIST
- Fixed: RTF message bodies were treated as plain text in search snippets