ID: 10324
Updated by: derick
Old-Status: Open
Status: Assigned
Bug Type: Reproducible crash
Operating system: 
PHP Version: 4.0.6
Assigned To: derick

Assigning to myself

Previous Comments:

[2001-07-03 22:51:56] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Here's the link to a script that exhibits this problem 100% of the time on my 
PPC/YellowDog server as well as a production machine at 

I've tried this under several version of php (including the current 4.0.6) as well as 
with every available release of libmcrypt (2.4.7-2.4.15) all without effect.  Given 
that I have the same problem on a production webserver at phpwebhosting as I do on my 
own homemade PPC linux box I'm guessing this is real problem...

Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated...



[2001-07-03 11:28:04] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Here's an example:

If encrypt the string "Reed, Phyllis" with the key "70094cc48e1a23bf6fec60c2db6e4b71" 
using blowfish in CBC mode mycrypt will seg fault.  However, if I change the string to 
"Reed,Phyllis" (no space) everything's fine.  Removing a chacter from the end (""Reed, 
Phylli") doesn't fix the problem though, so it's apparently not length related.

Very strange indeed...


[2001-07-03 10:48:42] [EMAIL PROTECTED]


This still seems to be a problem in 4.0.6.  I'm pretty sure that it is caused by 
specific strings being passed into mycrypt, however, I'm not sure what string 
characteristics cause the problem.  



[2001-05-27 19:27:02] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Should be fixed in CVS now. Fix will be in PHP 4.0.6.
If this happens with it too, reopen this bug report.



[2001-04-14 09:54:47] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

here's the back trace (again without db symbols) of the crash when it happens after my 
script has completed execution:

Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0xfe21138 in chunk_free (ar_ptr=0xfebb380, p=0x101f03d8) at malloc.c:3111
3111    malloc.c: No such file or directory.
(gdb) bt
#0  0xfe21138 in chunk_free (ar_ptr=0xfebb380, p=0x101f03d8) at malloc.c:3111
#1  0xfe20fb0 in __libc_free (mem=0xfebb380) at malloc.c:3023
#2  0xf01121c in ?? () from /etc/apache/libexec/
#3  0x0 in ?? ()


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