NAT32 Build 22284 Remote Command Execution / CSRF

NAT32 build 22284 suffers from code execution and cross site request forgery vulnerabilities.

MD5 | 49c0a8a084c7998bc4e286750e176f76

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[+] ISR: Apparition Security

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NAT32 Build (22284)

NAT32(r) is a versatile IP Router implemented as a WIN32 application.

Vulnerability Type:
Remote Command Execution (CSRF)

CVE Reference:

Security Issue:
CSRF issue exists in the HTTPD component of NAT32 v2.2 Build 22284 devices that can be exploited for Remote Code Execution.

Remote attackers can potentially execute arbitrary System Commands due to a Cross Site Request Forgery, if an authenticated NAT32 user clicks a malicious link
or visits an attacker controlled webpage as NAT32 performs no check for blind requests.

Its also worth mentioning is NAT32 implements BASIC authentication which pass BASE64 Encoded credentials which can be easily revealed if sniffed on network.

<a href="http://VICTIM-IP:8080/shell?cmd=exec+net%20user%20HACKER%20abc123%20/add">Backdoor clicker</a>

Network Access:


Disclosure Timeline:
Vendor Notification: February 9, 2018
Vendor acknowledgement: February 9, 2018
Vendor "I've decided to remove the HTTPD code from Build 22284 of NAT32" : February 12, 2018 website reads "NAT32 Version 2.2 Build 22284 is temporarily unavailable." : February 13, 2018
February 14, 2018 : Public Disclosure

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