|Remove bogus use of useracc() in (clock_)nanosleep. | |There's no point in pre-checking that we can access the user's rmtp |pointer before we do it in copyout(). | |While here, improve style(9) compliance. Obtained from: FreeBSD
When handling a 32-bit sendmsg(2) call, the compat32 subsystem copies the control message to be transmitted (if any) into kernel memory, and adjusts alignment of control message headers. The code which performs this work contained a time-of-check to time-of-use (TOCTOU) vulnerability which allows a malicious userspace program to modify control message headers after they were validated by the kernel.