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Files from Jorg Schwenk

Email addressjoerg.schwenk at rub.de
First Active2019-02-26
Last Active2023-12-20
Terrapin SSH Connection Weakening
Posted Dec 20, 2023
Authored by Jorg Schwenk, Marcus Brinkmann, Fabian Baumer | Site terrapin-attack.com

In this paper, the authors show that as new encryption algorithms and mitigations were added to SSH, the SSH Binary Packet Protocol is no longer a secure channel: SSH channel integrity (INT-PST) is broken for three widely used encryption modes. This allows prefix truncation attacks where some encrypted packets at the beginning of the SSH channel can be deleted without the client or server noticing it. They demonstrate several real-world applications of this attack. They show that they can fully break SSH extension negotiation (RFC 8308), such that an attacker can downgrade the public key algorithms for user authentication or turn off a new countermeasure against keystroke timing attacks introduced in OpenSSH 9.5. They also identified an implementation flaw in AsyncSSH that, together with prefix truncation, allows an attacker to redirect the victim's login into a shell controlled by the attacker. Related proof of concept code from their github has been added to this archive.

tags | exploit, paper, shell, protocol, proof of concept
advisories | CVE-2023-46445, CVE-2023-46446, CVE-2023-48795
SHA-256 | 3d6be8cc2a9c624a06990226485956c5d92675a632da2182c2546e4af814ff93
Practical Decryption exFiltration: Breaking PDF Encryption
Posted Oct 1, 2019
Authored by Christian Mainka, Vladislav Mladenov, Jens Mueller, Jorg Schwenk, Sebastian Schinzel, Fabian Ising

The Portable Document Format, better known as PDF, is one of the most widely used document formats worldwide, and in order to ensure information confidentiality, this file format supports document encryption. In this paper, the authors analyze PDF encryption and show two novel techniques for breaking the confidentiality of encrypted documents.

tags | paper
SHA-256 | 517f98746fe2867354db4d9e80fb07916b9d1d2b6c386ab280af27aaadc9b848
Open-Xchange OX Guard Cross Site Scripting / Signature Validation
Posted Aug 16, 2019
Authored by Hanno Boeck, Juraj Somorovsky, Martin Heiland, Jorg Schwenk, Sebastian Schinzel, Damian Poddebniak, Jens Muller, Marcus Brinkmann

Open-Xchange OX Guard versions 7.10.2 and below suffer from a cross site scripting vulnerability. Open-Xchange OX Guard versions 7.10.1 and below, 2.10.2 and below suffer from a signature validation vulnerability.

tags | exploit, xss
advisories | CVE-2018-9997, CVE-2019-11521
SHA-256 | ea4821effec5ebd51f45bdf732d362fc22eb10a99a7363c2441cceeedc97dfae
Johnny You Are Fired
Posted May 1, 2019
Authored by Juraj Somorovsky, Jorg Schwenk, Sebastian Schinzel, Damian Poddebniak, Hanno Bock, Jens Muller, Marcus Brinkmann

This archive contains proof of concepts and a whitepaper that describes multiple email client implementations where popular clients for email are vulnerable to signature spoofing attacks.

tags | exploit, paper, spoof, proof of concept
advisories | CVE-2017-17848, CVE-2018-12019, CVE-2018-12020, CVE-2018-12356, CVE-2018-12556, CVE-2018-15586, CVE-2018-15587, CVE-2018-15588, CVE-2018-18509, CVE-2019-8338
SHA-256 | 3356c7f94ef68ddc7268602c64a93e10fbaff874992374b51f89d7cf87f71a0c
PDF Viewer Signatures Broken
Posted Feb 26, 2019
Authored by Christian Mainka, Vladislav Mladenov, Jorg Schwenk, Karsten Meyer zu Sel-hausen, Martin Grothe | Site nds.ruhr-uni-bochum.de

Researchers from Ruhr-University Bochum in Germany have broken digital signatures on PDFs and managed to create fake signatures on 21 of 22 viewer apps and five out of the seven online PDF digital signing services. This archive contains both whitepapers produced by the university.

tags | exploit, paper
SHA-256 | 88efe7b286cbc56d82c5c5093004db6c1d519f7e41fd7cd34e4b3af7a7a513a3
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