0day full - Free Monthly Websites v2.0 - Multiple Web Vulnerabilities

Type securityvulns
Reporter Securityvulns
Modified 2013-02-11T00:00:00



Free Monthly Websites v2.0 - Multiple Web Vulnerabilities







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(Copy of the Vendor Homepage: http://www.freemonthlywebsites2.com/ )


The independent Vulnerability Laboratory researcher (x-Cisadane) discovered multiple web vulnerabilities in the Free Monthly Websites v2.0 CMS.


2013-02-04: Public Disclosure








Multiple web vulnerabilities are detected in the Free Monthly Websites v2.0 Content Management System. The first bypass vulnerability allows attackers to bypass the system web application auth of the admin login. The secound vulnerability allows to upload for example webshells and access them after upload via unauthorized web access.

Vulnerable Module(s): [+] Login Auth (Admin) - Bypass [+] Upload File - Unauthorized File Upload & Access

Proof of Concept:

The vulnerabilities can be exploited by remote attackers without required user interaction or privileged application user account. For demonstration or reproduce ...

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[ 1 ] Admin Login Bypass

Vulnerable page http://target.com/[path]/admin/index.php Line 40 <form name="frm" action="file_io.php" method="post" onSubmit="return chk()"> 41 <input type="hidden" name="do_type" value="admin_settings_read">

Vulnerable page http://target.com/[path]/admin/login.php Line 40 <form name="frm" action="file_io.php" method="post" onSubmit="return chk()"> 41 <input type="hidden" name="do_type" value="admin_settings_read">

Vulnerable page http://target.com/[path]/admin/file_io.php

Line 14 if($REQUEST[do_type]=="admin_settings_read") 15 { 16 $filename="settings/admin_settings.txt"; 17 18 if(!$handle = fopen($filename, 'r')) 19 { 20 echo "Cannot open file ($filename)"; 21 exit; 22 } 23 $contents = fread($handle, filesize($filename)); 24 fclose($handle); 25 $argument_arr=explode("#_1#",$contents); 26 27 if($argument_arr[0]==$_REQUEST[username] && $argument_arr[1]==$_REQUEST[pass]) 28 { 29 $_SESSION[logged_in]=true; 30 header("location:welcome.php");

Based at line 16 we know that Admin Username and Password store in admin_settings.txt NOT on Database! So When we login into Admin Panel, file_io.php will Read Valid Username and Password from admin_settings.txt If you do a direct access to the file admin_settings.txt, The results is

403 Permission Denied You do not have permission for this request /admin/settings/admin_settings.txt Picture: http://i48.tinypic.com/2gvlwt4.png

So... How to Bypass Admin Login Page? 1st. Open the Admin Login Page : http://target.com/[path]/admin/index.php Live Target : http://www.massmoneywebsites.com/admin/

2nd. Inspect Element on the login Form. Picture: http://i47.tinypic.com/2r5ddp1.png

3rd. Change from <form name="frm" action="file_io.php" method="post" onsubmit="return chk()"></form> <input type="hidden" name="do_type" value="admin_settings_read">

CHANGE TO <form name="frm" action="file_io.php" method="post" onsubmit="return chk()"></form> <input type="text" name="do_type" value="admin_settings_write"> Then press ENTER (please see pic). Pic : http://i49.tinypic.com/351z3ib.png

4th. You will see A Login Failed Page : >> You need to login in to access that page << Picture: http://i50.tinypic.com/33ws8jb.png Never Mind About that, just click 'Login Button' and VOILA you get and Admin Access! Picture: http://i45.tinypic.com/jzwpea.png

[ 2 ] Upload PHP Backdoor or PHP Shell

This vulnerability works on PREMIUM VERSION of Free Monthly Websites 2.0

So... How to Upload Backdoor (PHP Shell)?

1st. Go to Add/Remove Navigation Page. http://target.com/[path]/admin/add_main_pages.php Live Target : http://www.massmoneywebsites.com/admin/add_main_pages.php

2nd. Enter a Name For Your New Navigation Page That You Wish To Add: dwi.php And click Add New Navigation Page. Picture: http://i45.tinypic.com/vigzsp.png

3rd. Still at the same page, scroll down the page until you see this section : Sort Your Page Buttons/Links. Pic : http://i46.tinypic.com/1040oxg.png Change FROM dwi.php.html TO /dwi.php then Click Sort Navigation Pages. Picture: http://i49.tinypic.com/24ec1l0.jpg

4th. Go to Edit Navigation Page. http://www.massmoneywebsites.com/admin/edit_main_pages.php Please Select a Page To Edit: dwi.php.html <--- Select that page.

5th. Inspect element on dwi.php.html Pic : http://i50.tinypic.com/29pq1ix.png Change FROM <option value="dwi.php.html" selected="">dwi.php.html</option> To <option value="dwi.php" selected="">dwi.php</option> Picture: http://i47.tinypic.com/wtb0j6.png

6th. Enter A Page Title As You Would Like It To Be Seen. Fill with dwi.php URL For This Page: main_pages/dwi.php Use the 'URL For This Page' field above: [Tick] Display This Page in Left Vertical Site Navigation: [Tick] Display This Page in Top Horizontal Site Navigation Buttons: [Tick] Picture: http://i46.tinypic.com/1zebnle.png

7th. Still at the same page, scroll down the page until you see this section : Enter Content For Your Page: Click SOURCE button Press Enter Twice at the First Line then Paste your PHP Backdoor/PHP Shell below. And Press Enter Twice at the Last Line. *Please see 2 Pictures below If you dunno Understand :p Picture 1 : http://i49.tinypic.com/1zlzxq0.png Picture 2 : http://i48.tinypic.com/291kc9h.png

If you wanna do this, please remove your backdoor password. Click Save edited navigation page.

8th. After this message >> Data saved successfully << Appeared, Visit the Home Page and you will see the Backdoor Page Picture : http://i49.tinypic.com/4rt1g4.png


The security risk of the unauthorized file upload vulnerability via auth bypass is estimated as critical.


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