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Subject[RFC][PATCH 05/22] vm86: get rid of get_user_ex() use
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From: Al Viro <viro@zeniv.linux.org.uk>

Just do a copyin of what we want into a local variable and
be done with that. We are guaranteed to be on shallow stack
here...

Note that conditional expression for range passed to access_ok()
in mainline had been pointless all along - the only difference
between vm86plus_struct and vm86_struct is that the former has
one extra field in the end and when we get to copyin of that
field (conditional upon 'plus' argument), we use copy_from_user().
Moreover, all fields starting with ->int_revectored are copied
that way, so we only need that check (be it done by access_ok()
or by user_access_begin()) only on the beginning of the structure -
the fields that used to be covered by that get_user_try() block.

Signed-off-by: Al Viro <viro@zeniv.linux.org.uk>
---
arch/x86/kernel/vm86_32.c | 54 +++++++++++++++++++++--------------------------
1 file changed, 24 insertions(+), 30 deletions(-)

diff --git a/arch/x86/kernel/vm86_32.c b/arch/x86/kernel/vm86_32.c
index 91d55454e702..49b37eb01e99 100644
--- a/arch/x86/kernel/vm86_32.c
+++ b/arch/x86/kernel/vm86_32.c
@@ -243,6 +243,7 @@ static long do_sys_vm86(struct vm86plus_struct __user *user_vm86, bool plus)
struct kernel_vm86_regs vm86regs;
struct pt_regs *regs = current_pt_regs();
unsigned long err = 0;
+ struct vm86_struct v;

err = security_mmap_addr(0);
if (err) {
@@ -278,39 +279,32 @@ static long do_sys_vm86(struct vm86plus_struct __user *user_vm86, bool plus)
if (vm86->saved_sp0)
return -EPERM;

- if (!access_ok(user_vm86, plus ?
- sizeof(struct vm86_struct) :
- sizeof(struct vm86plus_struct)))
+ if (copy_from_user(&v, user_vm86,
+ offsetof(struct vm86_struct, int_revectored)))
return -EFAULT;

memset(&vm86regs, 0, sizeof(vm86regs));
- get_user_try {
- unsigned short seg;
- get_user_ex(vm86regs.pt.bx, &user_vm86->regs.ebx);
- get_user_ex(vm86regs.pt.cx, &user_vm86->regs.ecx);
- get_user_ex(vm86regs.pt.dx, &user_vm86->regs.edx);
- get_user_ex(vm86regs.pt.si, &user_vm86->regs.esi);
- get_user_ex(vm86regs.pt.di, &user_vm86->regs.edi);
- get_user_ex(vm86regs.pt.bp, &user_vm86->regs.ebp);
- get_user_ex(vm86regs.pt.ax, &user_vm86->regs.eax);
- get_user_ex(vm86regs.pt.ip, &user_vm86->regs.eip);
- get_user_ex(seg, &user_vm86->regs.cs);
- vm86regs.pt.cs = seg;
- get_user_ex(vm86regs.pt.flags, &user_vm86->regs.eflags);
- get_user_ex(vm86regs.pt.sp, &user_vm86->regs.esp);
- get_user_ex(seg, &user_vm86->regs.ss);
- vm86regs.pt.ss = seg;
- get_user_ex(vm86regs.es, &user_vm86->regs.es);
- get_user_ex(vm86regs.ds, &user_vm86->regs.ds);
- get_user_ex(vm86regs.fs, &user_vm86->regs.fs);
- get_user_ex(vm86regs.gs, &user_vm86->regs.gs);
-
- get_user_ex(vm86->flags, &user_vm86->flags);
- get_user_ex(vm86->screen_bitmap, &user_vm86->screen_bitmap);
- get_user_ex(vm86->cpu_type, &user_vm86->cpu_type);
- } get_user_catch(err);
- if (err)
- return err;
+
+ vm86regs.pt.bx = v.regs.ebx;
+ vm86regs.pt.cx = v.regs.ecx;
+ vm86regs.pt.dx = v.regs.edx;
+ vm86regs.pt.si = v.regs.esi;
+ vm86regs.pt.di = v.regs.edi;
+ vm86regs.pt.bp = v.regs.ebp;
+ vm86regs.pt.ax = v.regs.eax;
+ vm86regs.pt.ip = v.regs.eip;
+ vm86regs.pt.cs = v.regs.cs;
+ vm86regs.pt.flags = v.regs.eflags;
+ vm86regs.pt.sp = v.regs.esp;
+ vm86regs.pt.ss = v.regs.ss;
+ vm86regs.es = v.regs.es;
+ vm86regs.ds = v.regs.ds;
+ vm86regs.fs = v.regs.fs;
+ vm86regs.gs = v.regs.gs;
+
+ vm86->flags = v.flags;
+ vm86->screen_bitmap = v.screen_bitmap;
+ vm86->cpu_type = v.cpu_type;

if (copy_from_user(&vm86->int_revectored,
&user_vm86->int_revectored,
--
2.11.0
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