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  1. Opencart version 2.3.0.2 pre-authentication remote command execution exploit. View the full article
  2. Enigma NMS version 65.0.0 suffers from a remote OS command injection vulnerability. View the full article
  3. C3 Custom Command and Control C3 (Custom Command and Control) is a tool that allows Red Teams to rapidly develop and utilise esoteric command and control channels (C2). It’s a framework that extends other red team tooling, such as the commercial Cobalt Strike (CS) product via ExternalC2, which is supported at release. It allows the Red Team to concern themselves only with the C2 they want to implement; relying on the robustness of C3 and the CS tooling to take care of the rest. This efficiency and reliability enable Red Teams to operate safely in critical client environments (by assuring a professional level of stability and security); whilst allowing for safe experimentation and rapid deployment of customised Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs). Thus, empowering Red Teams to emulate and simulate an adaptive real-world attacker. Attackers must establish command and control (C2) to gain influence within their target environments in order to pursue their goals and objectives. It is therefore arguably one of the most important parts of the cyber kill chain because without it any payloads that are successfully delivered operate blindly, cannot provide network level pivoting and near real-time interaction. It is no surprise then that organisations have been imposing more controls against what types of communications are allowed from systems and a priority has been placed on defensive teams to be able to effectively detect C2. This is emphasised by two out of the twelve columns of Mitre ATT&CK being related to this area, ‘Command and Control’ and ‘Exfiltration’. The first proof of concept of C3 was presented at BlueHat v18 by William Knowles and Dave Hartley. Since then it has been refactored and some aspects reimagined into what it is today by a team of developers heavily influenced by members of the MWR Red Team. Video : BlueHat v18 || Overt Command & Control: The Art of Blending In Practical Usage C3 is designed to be an easy and intuitive interface that allows users to form complex paths during adversarial simulations. This section provides an in-depth guide of how to use C3, from compilation through to code execution. See blog post for a detailed tutorial. [hide][Hidden Content]] For contribution guide (how to develop a Channel tutorials), see this page [hide][Hidden Content]] Download [hide][Hidden Content]]
  4. This Metasploit module exploits a command injection vulnerability in the Collectd graphing functionality in LibreNMS. The to and from parameters used to define the range for a graph are sanitized using the mysqli_escape_real_string() function, which permits backticks. These parameters are used as part of a shell command that gets executed via the passthru() function, which can result in code execution. View the full article
  5. This Metasploit module exploits a vulnerability found in AwindInc and OEM'ed products where untrusted inputs are fed to ftpfw.sh system command, leading to command injection. A valid SNMP read-write community is required to exploit this vulnerability. View the full article
  6. A vulnerability in the web-based management interface of the Cisco RV110W Wireless-N VPN Firewall, Cisco RV130W Wireless-N Multifunction VPN Router, and Cisco RV215W Wireless-N VPN Router could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on an affected device. The vulnerability is due to improper validation of user-supplied data in the web-based management interface. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by sending malicious HTTP requests to a targeted device. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to execute arbitrary code on the underlying operating system of the affected device as a high-privilege user. RV110W Wireless-N VPN Firewall versions prior to 1.2.2.1 are affected. RV130W Wireless-N Multifunction VPN Router versions prior to 1.0.3.45 are affected. RV215W Wireless-N VPN Router versions prior to 1.3.1.1 are affected. Note: successful exploitation may not result in a session, and as such, on_new_session will never repair the HTTP server, leading to a denial-of-service condition. View the full article
  7. This python script mints a .ps file with an exploitable semicolon condition that allows for command execution from Microsoft Windows PowerShell. View the full article
  8. Cisco UCS Director, Cisco Integrated Management Controller Supervisor and Cisco UCS Director Express for Big Data suffer from default password, authentication bypass, and command injection vulnerabilities. View the full article
  9. GNU patch suffers from command injection and various other vulnerabilities when handling specially crafted patch files. View the full article
  10. EyesOfNetwork version 5.1 authenticated remote command execution exploit. View the full article
  11. This Metasploit module exploits SQL injection and command injection vulnerabilities in the ManageEngine Application Manager versions 14.2 and below. View the full article
  12. This Metasploit module exploits SQL injection and command injection vulnerability in the OpManager versions 12.4.034 and below. View the full article
  13. This Metasploit module bypasses the user password requirement in the OpManager versions 12.4.034 and below. It performs authentication bypass and executes commands on the server. View the full article
  14. Mitel 6869i Voip Deskphone version 4.2.2032 suffer from an unauthenticated command injection vulnerability. View the full article
  15. CentOS Control Web Panel (CWP) version 0.9.8.836 suffers from a remote command execution vulnerability. View the full article
  16. KDE 4/5 is vulnerable to a command injection vulnerability in the KDesktopFile class. When a .desktop or .directory file is instantiated, it unsafely evaluates environment variables and shell expansions using KConfigPrivate::expandString() via the KConfigGroup::readEntry() function. Using a specially crafted .desktop file a remote user could be compromised by simply downloading and viewing the file in their file manager, or by drag and dropping a link of it into their documents or desktop. Versions 5.60.0 and below are affected. View the full article
  17. ATutor version 2.2.4 suffers from a language_import arbitrary file upload that allows for command execution. View the full article
  18. Opencart versions 2.3.0.2 and below suffer from an insecure OCMod generation remote command execution vulnerability. View the full article
  19. ATutor version 2.2.4 suffers from a backup functionality remote command execution vulnerability. View the full article
  20. This Metasploit module exploits a command injection vulnerability in Apache Tika versions 1.15 through 1.17 on Windows. A file with the image/jp2 content-type is used to bypass magic byte checking. When OCR is specified in the request, parameters can be passed to change the parameters passed at command line to allow for arbitrary JScript to execute. A JScript stub is passed to execute arbitrary code. This module was verified against version 1.15 through 1.17 on Windows 2012. While the CVE and finding show more versions vulnerable, during testing it was determined only versions greater than 1.14 were exploitable due to jp2 support being added. View the full article
  21. Microsoft Windows suffers from a PowerShell unsanitized filename command execution vulnerability. View the full article
  22. Sar2HTML version 3.2.1 suffers from a remote code execution vulnerability. View the full article
  23. There exists a command injection vulnerability in the Wordpress plugin wp-database-backup for versions less than 5.2. For the backup functionality, the plugin generates a mysqldump command to execute. The user can choose specific tables to exclude from the backup by setting the wp_db_exclude_table parameter in a POST request to the wp-database-backup page. The names of the excluded tables are included in the mysqldump command unsanitized. Arbitrary commands injected through the wp_db_exclude_table parameter are executed each time the functionality for creating a new database backup are run. Authentication is required to successfully exploit this vulnerability. View the full article
  24. This Metasploit module exploits a vulnerability in the PHP Laravel Framework for versions 5.5.40, 5.6.x up to 5.6.29. Remote command execution is possible via a correctly formatted HTTP X-XSRF-TOKEN header, due to an insecure unserialize call of the decrypt method in Illuminate/Encryption/Encrypter.php. Authentication is not required, however exploitation requires knowledge of the Laravel APP_KEY. Similar vulnerabilities appear to exist within Laravel cookie tokens based on the code fix. In some cases the APP_KEY is leaked which allows for discovery and exploitation. View the full article