Maximus CMS 1.1.2 - FCKeditor Arbitrary File Upload

2011-01-10T00:00:00
ID EXPLOITPACK:9E1C15EFF4BAFE1BEBA120D547C6B812
Type exploitpack
Reporter eidelweiss
Modified 2011-01-10T00:00:00

Description

Maximus CMS 1.1.2 - FCKeditor Arbitrary File Upload

                                        
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|Exploit Title:	maximus-cms (fckeditor) Arbitrary File Upload Vulnerability	|
|develop:	http://www.php-maximus.org					|
|Version:	Maximus 2008 CMS: Web Portal System (v.1.1.2)			|
|Tested On:	Live site							|
|Dork:		use your skill and play your imagination :P			|
|Author:	eidelweiss							|
|contact:	eidelweiss[at]windowslive[dot]com				|
|Home:		http://www.eidelweiss.info					|
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/	NOTHING IMPOSSIBLE IN THIS WORLD EVEN NOBODY`s PERFECT			\
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|Original advisories:									     |
|http://eidelweiss-advisories.blogspot.com/2011/01/maximus-cms-fckeditor-arbitrary-file.html |
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	exploit # path/html/FCKeditor/editor/filemanager/connectors/uploadtest.html

[!] first find the target host

	ex: www.site.com or www.target.com/maximus

	then # http://site.com/FCKeditor/editor/filemanager/connectors/uploadtest.html#

[!] select # "php" as "File Uploader" to use... and select "file" as Resource Type

[!] Upload There Hacked.txt or whatever.txt  And Copy the Output Link or

[!] after upload without any errors your file will be here: /FCKeditor/upload/

		ex: http://site.com//FCKeditor/upload/whatever.txt


NB: remote shell upload also possible !!!

Read the config.php file in "/FCKeditor/editor/filemanager/connectors/php/"

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$Config['Enabled'] = true ;	// <=


// Path to user files relative to the document root.
$Config['UserFilesPath'] = '/FCKeditor/upload/' ;
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and also $Config['AllowedExtensions']['File']

with a default configuration of this script, an attacker might be able to upload arbitrary
files containing malicious PHP code due to multiple file extensions isn't properly checked


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