Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1462784
CVE-2015-3254 thrift: Infinite recursion via vectors involving the skip function [fedora-all]
Last modified: 2017-06-28 18:29:08 EDT
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Not sure if this is going to get fixed in F25. It's very difficult to update thrift to newer versions without breaking everyone who uses it. Thrift is not stable enough between upstream versions. I'm not sure fixing this is worth disrupting other users.
A selective patch to backport the fix might be okay, rather than an update to a newer version of thrift... but I doubt such a patch would apply easily. It is likely that too much code has changed.
F26 has been updated to 0.10.0, which contains the fix for this bug.
As a co-maintainer for thrift, I'm inclined to close this as "NEXTRELEASE", but will defer to the primary POC.