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Re: [libvirt] [PATCH 01/11] tlscontext: Make sure to get proper pointer to name

On 2013年02月01日 00:41, Eric Blake wrote:
On 01/31/2013 03:44 AM, Osier Yang wrote:
On 2013年01月31日 03:36, John Ferlan wrote:
The 'dname' string was only filled in within the loop when available;
however, the TRACE macros used it unconditionally and caused Coverity
to compain about BAD_SIZEOF.  Using a dnameptr keeps Coverity at bay and


makes sure dname was properly filled before attempting the TRACE message.
   src/rpc/virnettlscontext.c | 8 +++++---
   1 file changed, 5 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

@@ -950,6 +950,7 @@ static int
virNetTLSContextValidCertificate(virNetTLSContextPtr ctxt,
       unsigned int nCerts, i;
       char dname[256];
       size_t dnamesize = sizeof(dname);
+    char *dnameptr = NULL;

Would it be any simpler to just 0-initialize dname, as in:

char dname[256] = "";

             "ctxt=%p sess=%p dname=%s",
-          ctxt, sess, dname);

At which point, the PROBE(..., dname) would be guaranteed to have a NUL
terminator within range?  If I understand it, Coverity is complaining
that if dname is uninitialized, then the PROBE() may read beyond 256
bytes while looking for the end of a string.

I guess dname[0] is guaranteed to be not nul as long as
gnutls_x509_crt_get_dn succeeded.

Not unless we pre-initialize dname[0].

There is memset in the code actually, if you check the function.

If so, the patch can be simplified as:

dname[0] ? dname : "(unknown)"

Using a conditional would make the difference between a probe stating
'dname=' vs. 'dname=(unknown)'; I don't think it adds that much to need
a ternary ?: in the PROBE.

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