Commit ec91ed00 authored by Alexander Larsson's avatar Alexander Larsson

Detect "empty" socket credentials on Linux

Linux uses struct ucred to pass over socket credentials. Historically
this has always worked in recievemsg, if SO_PASSCRED was set on the socket,
even if the remote side didn't pass any credits. But this change broke that:;a=commitdiff;h=16e5726269611b71c930054ffe9b858c1cea88eb;hp=a9e9fd7182332d0cf5f3e601df3e71dd431b70d7

However, it doesn't actually fail getting the credentials, it just returns
an "empty" one, as initialized by cred_to_ucred() at:;a=blob;f=net/core/sock.c;h=b29ab61b029cf7f76fda992ecfcb8dcaa06b0483;#l756

So, we detect this and fail the credentials reading.

This actually happened in real life with gdbus acting as a server, as
gdbus expected an ucred but libdbus didn't send one.
parent 69d929e6
......@@ -144,6 +144,13 @@ g_unix_credentials_message_deserialize (gint level,
ucred = data;
if (ucred->uid == (uid_t)-1 &&
ucred->gid == (gid_t)-1)
/* This happens if the remote side didn't pass the credentials */
goto out;
credentials = g_credentials_new ();
g_credentials_set_native (credentials, G_CREDENTIALS_TYPE_LINUX_UCRED, ucred);
message = g_unix_credentials_message_new_with_credentials (credentials);
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