Re: MSBlast complete recode / analysis
From: H D Moore (sflist_at_digitaloffense.net)
To: "Rolles, Rolf" <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Thu, 14 Aug 2003 15:39:24 -0500
On Thursday 14 August 2003 01:19 am, Rolf Rolles wrote:
> MSBlast was compiled with LCC 1.x, which made it particularly easy to
> analyze. The exploit encrypts itself via XOR. A few simple
> modifications to the "Ripper" IDC on datarescue's site takes care of
> this "protection".
The "encryption" only exists to prevent certain characters from ending up
in the payload. The source code for the xor encoder is public and part of
the Pex.pm module in the Releases section of the metasploit.com web site.
> The shellcode binds cmd.exe to 135, and the attacker sends the
Not so, the shellcode creates a new socket on port 4444 and binds cmd.exe.
> And the analysis of the exploit itself: (the comments became sparse
> when I realized that the code was ripped from HalVar (URL is below)).
The code was not ripped from HalVar, but the universal loader code was
borrowed from a friend (and tweaked). As you can see from the comments
below, the ScanForApi stuff wasn't originally from HalVar or even LSD.
The hashing algorithm I use has four-byte keys, HalVar used two-byte
keys. There are a number of other huge differences in the bindshell code
(since I wrote mine from scratch).
---- .FindKernel32Base: mov eax, [fs:ecx] ; find kernelbase mov eax,[eax+0x0C] ; stolen from LSD who stole it from VX... it's a pity ---- The shellcode and xor encoder source code is available from the metasploit.com web site. The relevant URL's are: (slightly different from the version used in dcom.c) http://www.metasploit.com/sc/win32_bind.asm (the LongXorDecoder routine) http://www.metasploit.com/tools/Pex.pm Blah. Worms suck. -HD On Thursday 14 August 2003 11:49 am, Rolles, Rolf wrote: > since bugtraq is slow in accepting this, here it is.\ > > Rolf