So, finally my DNS issues and suchlike got sorted out, and the server has been migrated to a new host. Email is back as of a few hours ago (few issues with MX records and mailboxes or something and emails being delivered 10 times to me, but I think that will fix itself after a few days. I hope so anyway, because being bombed with 100 messages 10 times each is getting plenty bloody annoying).
Everything is upgraded to the new wordpress, no more nasty hacking the config files to get WP to work on a server not designed to run it.
So, while the site was “inactive”, I was working on a whole bunch of new content (and finishing old articles) to publish. Seeing as I have exams, I shall just leave a few gifts here for you to look at until they are over. dietrich may have something for you also
So, in order to keep everyone entertained for the next few days, check out the following piece of exploit engineering.
D-LINK DIR-300 and DIR-600 routers have a hilarious preauth remote root flaw in their web interface. A webpage called “command.php” that accepts a “cmd=$cmd” and executes it as root. EPIC FAIL. Why was that there? Ask D-LINK.
I had some free time in college, so I knocked up a quick PoC tool to exploit the flaw, and even managed to test the exploit on a friends router after class.
PoC Code: http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=yPDKP86n
It delivers my customary user friendly shell interface, exploiting command injection. It can also autoenable TELNET and grant Telnet access, though this is seemingly less reliable, it hung when I tried it after rebooting the router.
Will be writing some more exploits, and maybe publishing them soon, so stay tuned