Sanitize InputMessage before sending

The struct InputMessage has many fields, and is force-aligned to 8-byte
boundaries. There are also some padding fields that carry no

This struct is typically allocated in the stack and populated with
various values before being sent across as a stream of bytes through the

Therefore, the "unused" data portions of the struct could contain
portions of the stack, since there aren't ever writes to those memory

To avoid this information leak, forcefully sanitize the struct. Create a
new struct that is explicitly set to zero. Next, only fill the
meaningful fields manually.

Bug: 115739809
Test: cts-tradefed run cts -m CtsSecurityBulletinHostTestCases -t; adb shell monkey 100000
Change-Id: I7e44dacf1e8fa3156c8e4d2f7784ef0c53dab507
Merged-In: I7e44dacf1e8fa3156c8e4d2f7784ef0c53dab507
(cherry picked from commit cb2f0ceed876b3c1cc62fc677c75a12c1f10b199)
3 files changed