This notice is to advise Joyent’s Triton Cloud (public cloud) customers, Triton on-premises software customers and Open Source Triton users of a high-severity arbitrary Docker file overwrite vulnerability that could be introduced using Docker file copy and Docker build.
The following security vulnerability has been identified by Ben with Zero Day Initiative (ZDI): ZDI-CAN-3853
Through ZDI, we have previously been made aware of this issue. Here is a brief description of the issue and the resolution:
- Issue: Attackers could potentially break out of user zones to get a root
shell in the global zone by overwriting files in the
- Resolution: The ability to manipulate files in
/procmount has been removed.
Please proceed based on the following advice:
- The vulnerability has already been fixed throughout the Triton Cloud (public cloud). No further action is required of public cloud users.
- On-premises Triton (SDC7) software customers can mitigate all of these issues by following the instructions referenced in the Actions You Need to Take section below.
- Open Source Triton users can also mitigate all of these issues by following the instructions referenced in the Actions You Need to Take section below.
- An upcoming announcement regarding this vulnerability will be published at Zero Day’s “Upcoming Advisories”.
Actions Taken by Joyent
As noted above, the fix for this vulnerability has already been applied across the entire Triton Cloud (public cloud). No further actions is required of public cloud users.
Actions You Need to Take
Triton On-Premises Software Users
You are advised to apply this fix by updating your current Triton agents to
e469cf49-4de3-4658-8419-ab42837916ad) or later, using the following command on
the support channel:
sdcadm experimental update-agents e469cf49-4de3-4658-8419-ab42837916ad --all
Open Source Triton Users
- Upgrade agents to
e469cf49-4de3-4658-8419-ab42837916ad) or later
- Direct any further questions to: The SmartOS Community Mailing Lists and IRC
If you are a Joyent customer and have any further questions or concerns after reading the information provided above, please contact Joyent Support.
If you are an Open Source Triton user, please direct any further questions to the SmartOS Community Mailing Lists and IRC (as noted above).