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// Copyright 2013 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/blacklist/blacklist.h"
#include <assert.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <vector>
#include "chrome/install_static/install_util.h"
#include "chrome_elf/blacklist/blacklist_interceptions.h"
#include "chrome_elf/chrome_elf_constants.h"
#include "chrome_elf/hook_util/thunk_getter.h"
#include "chrome_elf/nt_registry/nt_registry.h"
#include "sandbox/win/src/interception_internal.h"
#include "sandbox/win/src/internal_types.h"
#include "sandbox/win/src/service_resolver.h"
// http://blogs.msdn.com/oldnewthing/archive/2004/10/25/247180.aspx
extern "C" IMAGE_DOS_HEADER __ImageBase;
namespace blacklist {
// The DLLs listed here are known (or under strong suspicion) of causing crashes
// when they are loaded in the browser. DLLs should only be added to this list
// if there is nothing else Chrome can do to prevent those crashes.
// For more information about how this list is generated, and how to get off
// of it, see:
// https://sites.google.com/a/chromium.org/dev/Home/third-party-developers
// NOTE: Please remember to update the DllHash enum in histograms.xml when
// adding a new value to the blacklist.
const wchar_t* g_troublesome_dlls[kTroublesomeDllsMaxCount] = {
L"949ba8b6a9.dll", // Coupon Time.
L"activedetect32.dll", // Lenovo One Key Theater.
// See crbug.com/379218.
L"activedetect64.dll", // Lenovo One Key Theater.
L"bitguard.dll", // Unknown (suspected malware).
L"bsvc.dll", // Unknown (suspected adware).
L"chrmxtn.dll", // Unknown (keystroke logger).
L"cplushook.dll", // Unknown (suspected malware).
L"crdli.dll", // Linkury Inc.
L"crdli64.dll", // Linkury Inc.
L"datamngr.dll", // Unknown (suspected adware).
L"dpinterface32.dll", // Unknown (suspected adware).
L"explorerex.dll", // Unknown (suspected adware).
L"hk.dll", // Unknown (keystroke logger).
L"libapi2hook.dll", // V-Bates.
L"libinject.dll", // V-Bates.
L"libinject2.dll", // V-Bates.
L"libredir2.dll", // V-Bates.
L"libsvn_tsvn32.dll", // TortoiseSVN.
L"libwinhook.dll", // V-Bates.
L"lmrn.dll", // Unknown.
L"minisp.dll", // Unknown (suspected malware).
L"minisp32.dll", // Unknown (suspected malware).
L"offerswizarddll.dll", // Unknown (suspected adware).
L"safetynut.dll", // Unknown (suspected adware).
L"smdmf.dll", // Unknown (suspected adware).
L"spappsv32.dll", // Unknown (suspected adware).
L"systemk.dll", // Unknown (suspected adware).
L"vntsrv.dll", // Virtual New Tab by APN LLC.
L"wajam_goblin_64.dll", // Wajam Internet Technologies.
L"wajam_goblin.dll", // Wajam Internet Technologies.
L"windowsapihookdll32.dll", // Lenovo One Key Theater.
// See crbug.com/379218.
L"windowsapihookdll64.dll", // Lenovo One Key Theater.
L"virtualcamera.ax", // %PROGRAMFILES%\ASUS\VirtualCamera.
// See crbug.com/422522.
L"ycwebcamerasource.ax", // CyberLink Youcam, crbug.com/424159
// Keep this null pointer here to mark the end of the list.
NULL,
};
bool g_blocked_dlls[kTroublesomeDllsMaxCount] = {};
int g_num_blocked_dlls = 0;
} // namespace blacklist
// Allocate storage for thunks in a page of this module to save on doing
// an extra allocation at run time.
#pragma section(".crthunk", read, execute)
__declspec(allocate(".crthunk")) sandbox::ThunkData g_thunk_storage;
namespace {
// Record if the blacklist was successfully initialized so processes can easily
// determine if the blacklist is enabled for them.
bool g_blacklist_initialized = false;
} // namespace
namespace blacklist {
#if defined(_WIN64)
// Allocate storage for the pointer to the old NtMapViewOfSectionFunction.
#pragma section(".oldntmap", write, read)
__declspec(allocate(".oldntmap"))
NtMapViewOfSectionFunction g_nt_map_view_of_section_func = NULL;
#endif
bool LeaveSetupBeacon() {
HANDLE key_handle = INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE;
if (!nt::CreateRegKey(nt::HKCU, kRegistryBeaconPath,
KEY_QUERY_VALUE | KEY_SET_VALUE, &key_handle))
return false;
DWORD blacklist_state = BLACKLIST_STATE_MAX;
if (!nt::QueryRegValueDWORD(key_handle, kBeaconState, &blacklist_state) ||
blacklist_state == BLACKLIST_DISABLED) {
nt::CloseRegKey(key_handle);
return false;
}
// Handle attempt count.
// Only return true if BL is enabled and succeeded on previous run.
bool success = false;
if (blacklist_state == BLACKLIST_ENABLED) {
// If the blacklist succeeded on the previous run reset the failure
// counter. Then update the beacon state.
if (nt::SetRegValueDWORD(key_handle, kBeaconAttemptCount,
static_cast<DWORD>(0))) {
if (nt::SetRegValueDWORD(key_handle, kBeaconState,
BLACKLIST_SETUP_RUNNING))
success = true;
}
} else {
// Some part of the blacklist setup failed last time. If this has occured
// blacklist::kBeaconMaxAttempts times in a row we switch the state to
// failed and skip setting up the blacklist.
DWORD attempt_count = 0;
nt::QueryRegValueDWORD(key_handle, blacklist::kBeaconAttemptCount,
&attempt_count);
++attempt_count;
nt::SetRegValueDWORD(key_handle, blacklist::kBeaconAttemptCount,
attempt_count);
if (attempt_count >= blacklist::kBeaconMaxAttempts) {
blacklist_state = blacklist::BLACKLIST_SETUP_FAILED;
nt::SetRegValueDWORD(key_handle, blacklist::kBeaconState,
blacklist_state);
}
}
nt::CloseRegKey(key_handle);
return success;
}
bool ResetBeacon() {
HANDLE key_handle = INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE;
if (!nt::CreateRegKey(nt::HKCU, kRegistryBeaconPath,
KEY_QUERY_VALUE | KEY_SET_VALUE, &key_handle))
return false;
DWORD blacklist_state = BLACKLIST_STATE_MAX;
if (!nt::QueryRegValueDWORD(key_handle, kBeaconState, &blacklist_state)) {
nt::CloseRegKey(key_handle);
return false;
}
// Reaching this point with the setup running state means the setup did not
// crash, so we reset to enabled. Any other state indicates that setup was
// skipped; in that case we leave the state alone for later recording.
if (blacklist_state == BLACKLIST_SETUP_RUNNING) {
if (!nt::SetRegValueDWORD(key_handle, kBeaconState, BLACKLIST_ENABLED)) {
nt::CloseRegKey(key_handle);
return false;
}
}
nt::CloseRegKey(key_handle);
return true;
}
int BlacklistSize() {
int size = -1;
while (blacklist::g_troublesome_dlls[++size] != NULL) {
}
return size;
}
bool IsBlacklistInitialized() {
return g_blacklist_initialized;
}
int GetBlacklistIndex(const wchar_t* dll_name) {
for (int i = 0;
i < static_cast<int>(kTroublesomeDllsMaxCount) && g_troublesome_dlls[i];
++i) {
if (_wcsicmp(dll_name, g_troublesome_dlls[i]) == 0)
return i;
}
return -1;
}
bool AddDllToBlacklist(const wchar_t* dll_name) {
int blacklist_size = BlacklistSize();
// We need to leave one space at the end for the null pointer.
if (blacklist_size + 1 >= static_cast<int>(kTroublesomeDllsMaxCount))
return false;
for (int i = 0; i < blacklist_size; ++i) {
if (!_wcsicmp(g_troublesome_dlls[i], dll_name))
return true;
}
// Copy string to blacklist.
wchar_t* str_buffer = new wchar_t[wcslen(dll_name) + 1];
wcscpy(str_buffer, dll_name);
g_troublesome_dlls[blacklist_size] = str_buffer;
g_blocked_dlls[blacklist_size] = false;
return true;
}
bool RemoveDllFromBlacklist(const wchar_t* dll_name) {
int blacklist_size = BlacklistSize();
for (int i = 0; i < blacklist_size; ++i) {
if (!_wcsicmp(g_troublesome_dlls[i], dll_name)) {
// Found the thing to remove. Delete it then replace it with the last
// element.
delete[] g_troublesome_dlls[i];
g_troublesome_dlls[i] = g_troublesome_dlls[blacklist_size - 1];
g_troublesome_dlls[blacklist_size - 1] = NULL;
// Also update the stats recording if we have blocked this dll or not.
if (g_blocked_dlls[i])
--g_num_blocked_dlls;
g_blocked_dlls[i] = g_blocked_dlls[blacklist_size - 1];
return true;
}
}
return false;
}
// TODO(csharp): Maybe store these values in the registry so we can
// still report them if Chrome crashes early.
void SuccessfullyBlocked(const wchar_t** blocked_dlls, int* size) {
if (size == NULL)
return;
// If the array isn't valid or big enough, just report the size it needs to
// be and return.
if (blocked_dlls == NULL && *size < g_num_blocked_dlls) {
*size = g_num_blocked_dlls;
return;
}
*size = g_num_blocked_dlls;
int strings_to_fill = 0;
for (int i = 0; strings_to_fill < g_num_blocked_dlls && g_troublesome_dlls[i];
++i) {
if (g_blocked_dlls[i]) {
blocked_dlls[strings_to_fill] = g_troublesome_dlls[i];
++strings_to_fill;
}
}
}
void BlockedDll(size_t blocked_index) {
assert(blocked_index < kTroublesomeDllsMaxCount);
if (!g_blocked_dlls[blocked_index] &&
blocked_index < kTroublesomeDllsMaxCount) {
++g_num_blocked_dlls;
g_blocked_dlls[blocked_index] = true;
}
}
bool Initialize(bool force) {
// Check to see that we found the functions we need in ntdll.
if (!InitializeInterceptImports())
return false;
// Check to see if this is a non-browser process, abort if so.
if (install_static::IsNonBrowserProcess())
return false;
// Check to see if the blacklist beacon is still set to running (indicating a
// failure) or disabled, and abort if so.
if (!force && !LeaveSetupBeacon())
return false;
// It is possible for other dlls to have already patched code by now and
// attempting to patch their code might result in crashes.
const bool kRelaxed = false;
// Create a thunk via the appropriate ServiceResolver instance.
sandbox::ServiceResolverThunk* thunk = GetThunk(kRelaxed);
// Don't try blacklisting on unsupported OS versions.
if (!thunk)
return false;
BYTE* thunk_storage = reinterpret_cast<BYTE*>(&g_thunk_storage);
// Mark the thunk storage as readable and writeable, since we
// ready to write to it.
DWORD old_protect = 0;
if (!VirtualProtect(&g_thunk_storage, sizeof(g_thunk_storage),
PAGE_EXECUTE_READWRITE, &old_protect)) {
return false;
}
thunk->AllowLocalPatches();
// We declare this early so it can be used in the 64-bit block below and
// still work on 32-bit build when referenced at the end of the function.
BOOL page_executable = false;
// Replace the default NtMapViewOfSection with our patched version.
#if defined(_WIN64)
NTSTATUS ret =
thunk->Setup(::GetModuleHandle(sandbox::kNtdllName),
reinterpret_cast<void*>(&__ImageBase), "NtMapViewOfSection",
NULL, &blacklist::BlNtMapViewOfSection64, thunk_storage,
sizeof(sandbox::ThunkData), NULL);
// Keep a pointer to the original code, we don't have enough space to
// add it directly to the call.
g_nt_map_view_of_section_func =
reinterpret_cast<NtMapViewOfSectionFunction>(thunk_storage);
// Ensure that the pointer to the old function can't be changed.
page_executable = VirtualProtect(&g_nt_map_view_of_section_func,
sizeof(g_nt_map_view_of_section_func),
PAGE_EXECUTE_READ, &old_protect);
#else
NTSTATUS ret =
thunk->Setup(::GetModuleHandle(sandbox::kNtdllName),
reinterpret_cast<void*>(&__ImageBase), "NtMapViewOfSection",
NULL, &blacklist::BlNtMapViewOfSection, thunk_storage,
sizeof(sandbox::ThunkData), NULL);
#endif
delete thunk;
// Record if we have initialized the blacklist.
g_blacklist_initialized = NT_SUCCESS(ret);
// Mark the thunk storage as executable and prevent any future writes to it.
page_executable = page_executable &&
VirtualProtect(&g_thunk_storage, sizeof(g_thunk_storage),
PAGE_EXECUTE_READ, &old_protect);
return NT_SUCCESS(ret) && page_executable;
}
} // namespace blacklist