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// Copyright 2016 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include "chrome_elf/crash/crash_helper.h"
#include <assert.h>
#include <windows.h>
#include <algorithm>
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include "chrome/app/chrome_crash_reporter_client_win.h"
#include "chrome_elf/hook_util/hook_util.h"
#include "components/crash/content/app/crashpad.h"
#include "components/crash/core/common/crash_keys.h"
#include "third_party/crashpad/crashpad/client/crashpad_client.h"
namespace {
// Crash handling from elf is only enabled for the chrome.exe process.
// Use this global to safely handle the rare case where elf may not be in that
// process (e.g. tests).
bool g_crash_helper_enabled = false;
// Global pointer to a vector of crash reports.
// This structure will be initialized in InitializeCrashReportingForProcess()
// and cleaned up in DllDetachCrashReportingCleanup().
std::vector<crash_reporter::Report>* g_crash_reports = nullptr;
// chrome_elf loads early in the process and initializes Crashpad. That in turn
// uses the SetUnhandledExceptionFilter API to set a top level exception
// handler for the process. When the process eventually initializes, CRT sets
// an exception handler which calls TerminateProcess which effectively bypasses
// us. Ideally we want to be at the top of the unhandled exception filter
// chain. However we don't have a good way of intercepting the
// SetUnhandledExceptionFilter API in the sandbox. EAT patching kernel32 or
// kernelbase should ideally work. However the kernel32 kernelbase dlls are
// prebound which causes EAT patching to not work. Sidestep works. However it
// is only supported for 32 bit. For now we use IAT patching for the
// executable.
// TODO(ananta).
// Check if it is possible to fix EAT patching or use sidestep patching for
// 32 bit and 64 bit for this purpose.
elf_hook::IATHook* g_set_unhandled_exception_filter = nullptr;
// Hook function, which ignores the request to set an unhandled-exception
// filter.
SetUnhandledExceptionFilterPatch(LPTOP_LEVEL_EXCEPTION_FILTER filter) {
// Don't set the exception filter. Please see above for comments.
return nullptr;
} // namespace
// Public chrome_elf crash APIs
namespace elf_crash {
// NOTE: This function will be called from DllMain during DLL_PROCESS_ATTACH
// (while we have the loader lock), so do not misbehave.
bool InitializeCrashReporting() {
#ifdef _DEBUG
assert(g_crash_reports == nullptr);
assert(g_set_unhandled_exception_filter == nullptr);
#endif // _DEBUG
// No global objects with destructors, so using global pointers.
// DllMain on detach will clean these up.
g_crash_reports = new std::vector<crash_reporter::Report>;
g_set_unhandled_exception_filter = new elf_hook::IATHook();
g_crash_helper_enabled = true;
return true;
// NOTE: This function will be called from DllMain during DLL_PROCESS_DETACH
// (while we have the loader lock), so do not misbehave.
void ShutdownCrashReporting() {
if (g_crash_reports != nullptr) {
delete g_crash_reports;
if (g_set_unhandled_exception_filter != nullptr) {
delete g_set_unhandled_exception_filter;
// Please refer to the comment on g_set_unhandled_exception_filter for more
// information about why we intercept the SetUnhandledExceptionFilter API.
void DisableSetUnhandledExceptionFilter() {
if (!g_crash_helper_enabled)
if (g_set_unhandled_exception_filter->Hook(
::GetModuleHandle(nullptr), "kernel32.dll",
reinterpret_cast<void*>(SetUnhandledExceptionFilterPatch)) !=
#ifdef _DEBUG
#endif // _DEBUG
int GenerateCrashDump(EXCEPTION_POINTERS* exception_pointers) {
if (g_crash_helper_enabled)
void DumpWithoutCrashing() {
void SetMetricsClientIdImpl(const char* client_id) {
if (!g_crash_helper_enabled)
if (client_id)
} // namespace elf_crash