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nuuo_nvrmini_upgrade_rce.rb #11070

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berkdsnr commented Dec 6, 2018

Tell us what this change does. If you're fixing a bug, please mention
the github issue number.


List the steps needed to make sure this thing works

  • Start msfconsole
  • use exploit/windows/smb/ms08_067_netapi
  • ...
  • Verify the thing does what it should
  • Verify the thing does not do what it should not
  • Document the thing and how it works (Example)

berkdsnr added some commits Dec 5, 2018

NUUO NVRmini  ip camera web application. The upgrade_handle.php file is affected by the remote command execution vulnerability.

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bcoles commented Dec 6, 2018

You're still on berkdsnr:master branch. And now there's two files.

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nuuo_nvrmini_upgrade_rce #11069

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bcoles commented Dec 6, 2018

nuuo_nvrmini_upgrade_rce missing "consideration"

I'm not sure what that means.

Your changes need to be committed from a unique branch.

git checkout master                        # ensure you're on the master branch
git branch nuuo_nvrmini_upgrade_rce        # create a new branch
git checkout nuuo_nvrmini_upgrade_rce      # switch to the new branch

# put your module in the modules/ directory
wget -O modules/exploits/linux/http/nuuo_nvrmini_upgrade_rce.rb

git add modules/exploits/linux/http/nuuo_nvrmini_upgrade_rce.rb   # add your changes to the branch
git commit -m "Add nuuo_nvrmini_upgrade_rce module"   # commit your changes
git push origin nuuo_nvrmini_upgrade_rce   # push your new branch to GitHub

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bcoles commented Dec 6, 2018

Hello Brendan, I can not :( My terminal is a problem. Is there a way to do it through the website? Thank You

You can do it through the website, however I encourage you to familiarize yourself with git. Knowing how to use git will be useful.

My terminal is a problem

What does this mean? The commands I provided above are literally what your need to run to create a new branch and commit the module. What output are you getting? Perhaps you have uncommitted code in your branch?

If you refuse to learn git, you can do it through the GitHub website by browsing to:

Then select Upload file. Upload your file. You can specify your commit message at the bottom of the page. Make sure to select Create a new branch for this commit and start a pull request. Learn more about pull requests. .

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