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CVE-2017-1000411Date: (C)2018-02-07   (M)2018-03-09


OpenFlow Plugin and OpenDayLight Controller versions Nitrogen, Carbon, Boron, Robert Varga, Anil Vishnoi contain a flaw when multiple 'expired' flows take up the memory resource of CONFIG DATASTORE which leads to CONTROLLER shutdown. If multiple different flows with 'idle-timeout' and 'hard-timeout' are sent to the Openflow Plugin REST API, the expired flows will eventually crash the controller once its resource allocations set with the JVM size are exceeded. Although the installed flows (with timeout set) are removed from network (and thus also from controller's operations DS), the expired entries are still present in CONFIG DS. The attack can originate both from NORTH or SOUTH. The above description is for a north bound attack. A south bound attack can originate when an attacker attempts a flow flooding attack and since flows come with timeouts, the attack is not successful. However, the attacker will now be successful in CONTROLLER overflow attack (resource consumption). Although, the network (actual flow tables) and operational DS are only (~)1% occupied, the controller requests for resource consumption. This happens because the installed flows get removed from the network upon timeout.

CVSS Score and Metrics +CVSS Score and Metrics -

CVSS V3 Severity:CVSS V2 Severity:
CVSS Score : 7.5CVSS Score : 5.0
Exploit Score: 3.9Exploit Score: 10.0
Impact Score: 3.6Impact Score: 2.9
 
CVSS V3 Metrics:CVSS V2 Metrics:
Attack Vector: NETWORKAccess Vector: NETWORK
Attack Complexity: LOWAccess Complexity: LOW
Privileges Required: NONEAuthentication: NONE
User Interaction: NONEConfidentiality: NONE
Scope: UNCHANGEDIntegrity: NONE
Confidentiality: NONEAvailability: PARTIAL
Integrity: NONE 
Availability: HIGH 
  
Reference:
BID-102736
http://seclists.org/oss-sec/2018/q1/52

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