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CVE-2017-13719

Status Candidate

Overview

The Amcrest IPM-721S Amcrest_IPC-AWXX_Eng_N_V2.420.AC00.17.R.20170322 allows HTTP requests that permit enabling various functionalities of the camera by using HTTP APIs, instead of the web management interface that is provided by the application. This HTTP API receives the credentials as base64 encoded in the Authorization HTTP header. However, a missing length check in the code allows an attacker to send a string of 1024 characters in the password field, and allows an attacker to exploit a memory corruption issue. This can allow an attacker to circumvent the account protection mechanism and brute force the credentials. If the firmware version Amcrest_IPC-AWXX_Eng_N_V2.420.AC00.17.R.20170322 is dissected using the binwalk tool, one obtains a _user-x.squashfs.img.extracted archive which contains the filesystem set up on the device that has many of the binaries in the /usr folder. The binary "sonia" is the one that has the vulnerable function that performs the credential check in the binary for the HTTP API specification. If we open this binary in IDA Pro we will notice that this follows an ARM little-endian format. The function at address 00415364 in IDA Pro starts the HTTP authentication process. This function calls another function at sub_ 0042CCA0 at address 0041549C. This function performs a strchr operation after base64 decoding the credentials, and stores the result on the stack, which results in a stack-based buffer overflow.

Related Files

Amcrest IPM-721S Credential Disclosure / Privilege Escalation
Posted Jun 7, 2019
Authored by Mandar Satam

Amcrest IPM-721S suffers from credential disclosure, privilege escalation, and a long list of other vulnerabilities.

tags | exploit, vulnerability
advisories | CVE-2017-13719, CVE-2017-8226, CVE-2017-8227, CVE-2017-8228, CVE-2017-8229, CVE-2017-8230
MD5 | 59591fb193bdb0bf45d56cd4af391696
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