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[Win32] crash in unit1610.exe #8538

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gvanem opened this issue Mar 4, 2022 · 3 comments
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[Win32] crash in unit1610.exe #8538

gvanem opened this issue Mar 4, 2022 · 3 comments
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@gvanem gvanem commented Mar 4, 2022

Compiling and running unit1610.exe www.curl.se, caused a crash inside OpenSSL;
calling a func-ptr c_set_error_mark which is NULL:

0x0
unit1610!ERR_set_mark(void)+0x8
unit1610!CONF_modules_load_file_ex(struct ossl_lib_ctx_st * libctx = 0x00000000, char * filename = 0x00000000 "", char * appname = 0x00000000 "", unsigned long flags = 0x32)+0xb6
unit1610!CONF_modules_load_file(char * filename = 0x00000000 "", char * appname = 0x00000000 "", unsigned long flags = 0x32)+0x13
unit1610!ossl_config_int(struct ossl_init_settings_st * settings = 0x00000000)+0x32
unit1610!ossl_init_config_ossl_(void)+0x7
unit1610!CRYPTO_THREAD_run_once(long * once = 0x00ea90d8, <function> * init = 0x009fbc40)+0x36
unit1610!OPENSSL_init_crypto(unsigned int64 opts = 0x40, struct ossl_init_settings_st * settings = 0x00000000)+0x314
unit1610!ossl_engine_table_select(struct st_engine_table ** table = 0x00ea911c, int nid = 0x2a0, char * f = 0x00d61d60 "crypto/engine/tb_digest.c", int l = 0x45)+0x17
unit1610!ENGINE_get_digest_engine(int nid = 0x2a0)+0x15
unit1610!evp_md_init_internal(struct evp_md_ctx_st * ctx = 0x047a0738, struct evp_md_st * type = 0x00d427d8, struct ossl_param_st * params = 0x00000000, struct engine_st * impl = 0x00000000)+0x157
unit1610!EVP_DigestInit_ex(struct evp_md_ctx_st * ctx = 0x047a0738, struct evp_md_st * type = 0x00d427d8, struct engine_st * impl = 0x00000000)+0x13
unit1610!Curl_sha256it(unsigned char * output = 0x0072f8f0 "???", unsigned char * input = 0x0072f8dc "1", unsigned int length = 1)+0x1f
unit1610!test(char * arg = 0x0c7b19d5 "www.curl.se")+0x5a
...

Also some context is not set correctly and the filename == NULL. But AFAICS, OpenSSL would then use some
default openssl.conf file (?)

So the question is whether this is a mis-use of OpenSSL in the unit-tests, a flaw in how my OpenSSL is built
or simply a bug in OpenSSL itself.

But if I patch it like this:

--- a/unit/unit1610.c 2022-03-04 06:19:29
+++ b/unit/unit1610.c 2022-03-04 11:38:31
@@ -25,6 +25,7 @@

 static CURLcode unit_setup(void)
 {
+  OPENSSL_init_ssl(0x80L, NULL); // OPENSSL_INIT_NO_LOAD_CONFIG
   return CURLE_OK;
 }

there is no crash

@bagder bagder added crash tests Windows labels Mar 4, 2022
jay added a commit to jay/curl that referenced this issue Mar 4, 2022
The SSL library must be initialized (via global initialization) because
libcurl's SHA256 functions may call SHA256 functions in the SSL library.

Reported-by: Gisle Vanem

Fixes curl#8538
Closes #xxxx
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@jay jay commented Mar 4, 2022

please try #8540

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The SSL library must be initialized (via global initialization) because
libcurl's SHA256 functions may call SHA256 functions in the SSL library.

Reported-by: Gisle Vanem

Fixes curl#8538
Closes #xxxx
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@gvanem gvanem commented Mar 5, 2022

Your fix works fine.

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@jay jay commented Mar 5, 2022

Thanks

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