Jan 25 2021

VisualDoor: SonicWall SSL-VPN Exploit

Category: Information Security,VPNDISC @ 12:28 am

TL;DR: SonicWall “Virtual Office” SSL-VPN Products ship an ancient version of Bash vulnerable to ShellShock, and are therefore vulnerable to unauthenticated remote code execution (as a “nobody” user) via the /cgi-bin/jarrewrite.sh URL.

The exploit is incredibly trivial. We simply spaff a shellshock payload containing a bash /dev/tcp backconnect at it, and we get a shell. Now, the environment on these things is incredibly limited – its stripped down Linux. But we have bash, openssl, and FTP. So you could always download your own toolkit for further exploitation.

Anyway, here is the public exploit. It is incredibly trivial and recycles the telnetlib handler for reverse shells from exploits released by Stephen Seeley. https://github.com/darrenmartyn/visualdoor.

Source: VisualDoor: SonicWall SSL-VPN Exploit

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