Basic FTP server to receive payloads from instances of XXE. This will record all data received and respond in a manner which ensures the client keeps sending data. This will keep listening until you shut it down, allowing for multiple XXE file retreivals via FTP. Java connections shouldn't hang connecting to this either.
Has a unique "uno port" option, where everything is served from one port. This means you can serve HTTP/HTTPS/FTP over a single port. When a connection is received, the server will work out which protocol was requested, and handle it accordingly. This is not flawless, but works in most cases.
For more info, see the blog-post: https://staaldraad.github.io/2016/12/11/xxeftp/
Built for Linux, so use
./xxeserv -p 2121
There are multiple modes. The server can host both FTP and HTTP, thus making it capable of serving the DTD and receiving the FTP payload.
To start the web-server (off by default) use
To change the web-port, use
To Change the FTP port, use
The DTD is served out of the CWD by default. To change, use
To save the data received via FTP to file, use
-o filename. The file will be created if it doesn't exist.
./xxeserv --help Usage of ./xxeserv: -o string File location to log to -p int Port to listen on (default 2121) -uno int Global port to listen on (default 5000) -w Setup web-server for DTDs -wd string Folder to server DTD(s) from (default "./") -wp int Port to serve DTD on (default 2122) -wps int SSL Port to serve DTD on (default 2123)