Advisory Published

CVE-2024-39538: Junos OS Evolved: ACX7000 Series: When multicast traffic with a specific (S,G) is received evo-pfemand crashes

First published: Thu Jul 11 2024(Updated: )

A Buffer Copy without Checking Size of Input vulnerability in the PFE management daemon (evo-pfemand) of Juniper Networks Junos OS Evolved on ACX7000 Series allows an unauthenticated, adjacent attacker to cause a  Denial-of-Service (DoS).When multicast traffic with a specific, valid (S,G) is received, evo-pfemand crashes which leads to an outage of the affected FPC until it is manually recovered. This issue affects Junos OS Evolved on ACX7000 Series: * All versions before 21.2R3-S8-EVO, * 21.4-EVO versions before 21.4R3-S7-EVO, * 22.2-EVO versions before 22.2R3-S4-EVO, * 22.3-EVO versions before 22.3R3-S3-EVO,  * 22.4-EVO versions before 22.4R3-S2-EVO,  * 23.2-EVO versions before 23.2R2-EVO,  * 23.4-EVO versions before 23.4R1-S2-EVO, 23.4R2-EVO.

Credit: sirt@juniper.net


The following software releases have been updated to resolve this specific issue: 21.2R3-S8-EVO, 21.4R3-S7-EVO, 22.2R3-S4-EVO, 22.3R3-S3-EVO, 22.4R3-S2-EVO, 23.2R2-EVO, 23.4R1-S2-EVO, 23.4R2-EVO, 24.2R1-EVO, and all subsequent releases.

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