This module attempts to gain root privileges by exploiting a vulnerability in the staprun executable included with SystemTap version 1.3. The staprun executable does not clear environment variables prior to executing modprobe, allowing an arbitrary configuration file to be specified in the MODPROBE_OPTIONS environment variable, resulting in arbitrary command execution with root privileges. This module has been tested successfully on: systemtap 1.2-1.fc13-i686 on Fedora 13 (i686); and systemtap 1.1-3.el5 on RHEL 5.5 (x64).
This module exploits an unauthenticated directory traversal vulnerability which exists in Spring Cloud Config versions 2.1.x prior to 2.1.2, versions 2.0.x prior to 2.0.4, and versions 1.4.x prior to 1.4.6. Spring Cloud Config listens by default on port 8888.
In WinRAR versions prior to and including 5.61, there is path traversal vulnerability when crafting the filename field of the ACE format (in UNACEV2.dll). When the filename field is manipulated with specific patterns, the destination (extraction) folder is ignored, thus treating the filename as an absolute path. This module will attempt to extract a payload to the startup folder of the current user. It is limited such that we can only go back one folder. Therefore, for this exploit to work properly, the user must extract the supplied RAR file from one folder within the user profile folder (e.g. Desktop or Downloads). User restart is required to gain a shell.
This module exploits a SQL injection vulnerability in a REST endpoint registered by the WordPress plugin wp-google-maps between 7.11.00 and 7.11.17 (included). As the table prefix can be changed by administrators, set DB_PREFIX accordingly.
This vulnerability allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code on vulnerable installations of Microsoft Windows. User interaction is required to exploit this vulnerability in that the target must visit a malicious page or open a malicious file. The flaw is due to the processing of “.contact” files node param which takes an expected website value, however if an attacker references an executable file it will run that instead without warning instead of performing expected web navigation. This is dangerous and would be unexpected to an end user. Executable files can live in a sub-directory so when the “.contact” website link is clicked it traverses directories towards the executable and runs. Making matters worse is if the the files are compressed then downloaded “mark of the web” (MOTW) may potentially not work as expected with certain archive utilitys. The “.” chars allow directory traversal to occur in order to run the attackers supplied executable sitting unseen in the attackers directory. This advisory is a duplicate issue that currently affects Windows .VCF files, and released for the sake of completeness as it affects Windows .contact files as well.
This module exploits a PHP unserialize() in Pimcore before 5.7.1 to execute arbitrary code. An authenticated user with “classes” permission could exploit the vulnerability. The vulnerability exists in the “ClassController.php” class, where the “bulk-commit” method makes it possible to exploit the unserialize function when passing untrusted values in “data” parameter. Tested on Pimcore 5.4.0-5.4.4, 5.5.1-5.5.4, 5.6.0-5.6.6 with the Symfony unserialize payload. Tested on Pimcore 4.0.0-4.6.5 with the Zend unserialize payload.
LibreOffice comes bundled with sample macros written in Python and allows the ability to bind program events to them. A macro can be tied to a program event by including the script that contains the macro and the function name to be executed. Additionally, a directory traversal vulnerability exists in the component that references the Python script to be executed. This allows a program event to execute functions from Python scripts relative to the path of the samples macros folder. The pydoc.py script included with LibreOffice contains the tempfilepager function that passes arguments to os.system, allowing RCE. This module generates an ODT file with a mouse over event that when triggered, will execute arbitrary code.
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