possible mem leak in add_key_rnd()?
William.Fiveash at sun.com
Thu Nov 3 18:36:47 EST 2005
On Wed, Nov 02, 2005 at 01:54:27PM -0500, Tom Yu wrote:
> >>>>> "Will" == Will Fiveash <William.Fiveash at sun.com> writes:
> Will> In kdb_cpw.c:add_key_rnd() line 206 I see:
> tptr-> key_data_contents[k] = krb5_db_alloc(context, NULL, tmp_key_data.key_data_length[k]);
> Will> but I did not see that tptr->key_data_contents[k] was free()'ed before
> Will> this assignment. Am I wrong in thinking that this is a memory leak?
> Hm, I don't think it's a leak; tptr points to a newly allocated
> krb5_key_data, so tptr->key_data_contents[k] doesn't contain a valid
> pointer. Which version are you looking at, anyway?
I'm looking at kdb_cpw.c in the svn trunk. I missed the earlier:
if ((retval = krb5_dbe_create_key_data(context, db_entry)))
so I understand your take on my memory leak concern. However when I
look at krb5_dbe_create_key_data() I see:
if ((entry->key_data =
(krb5_key_data *) krb5_db_alloc(context, entry->key_data,
(entry->n_key_data + 1)))) == NULL)
Given db_entry is passed to krb5_dbe_create_key_data() it seems risky to
me that the function assumes that entry->key_data doesn't exist.
Perhaps it should test entry->key_data == NULL first.
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