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most of the config is fairly standard, but theres a few things to pay attention to, such as in the options portion, where we can define a path to write to the files, permissions on uploads, and other aspects of the vhost. unfortunately, there are a lot of permissions to be fixed to get it to run on this box. then, there are the vhost itself, which defines what goes in the server dir and what path apache goes to. in the case of this box, its just in a symlink.

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given a single request to apache, there are a couple of different places to look in logs. the logging directive allows you to define a path, which is the common logfile, a separate debug logfile, a security logfile, and a message file. in this case, its set to a path on the filesystem for the common file, so ill look at that first.

the attack starts out with a personal web space, which includes a sass/scss file, which allows me to bypass rce whitelisting on the backend server. in the backend server, i can bypass network based rce whitelisting by abusing php’s magic quotes functionality. next, ill exploit a routine in a rest api vulnerability in a legitimate site. from there, ill abuse a legitimate vendor to get a shell and download a compromised tool that allows me to abuse the sass vulnerability on the backend server. in beyond root, ill look at an unintended rce, a php remote code execution, and ip inclusion/relocation attack.

in lena, ill make the user post a request to see if he or she is on a whitelisted ip, which is sent to the backend server. from there, ill abuse a bad code insertion to execute arbitrary code. next, ill abuse a mass assignment vulnerability in a profile system to delete user data. in beyond root, ill look at a process injection vulnerability, which can be used to get access to environment variables. and because the environment is already set, i can upload a file and cause an rce. in addition, i can abuse a logic injection vulnerability to further escalate privileges on the host.
in cambodia, ill use a time based attack to gain access to the backend server, after which i can abuse session fixation to gain full access. from there, ill abuse an xss vulnerability to allow for arbitrary code execution. in beyond root, ill look at another time based attack, a path traversal attack, and an integer truncation attack.
in the backend server, i start off by playing a wav file. from there, i use a zero day to bypass the whitelisting functionality in the backend server. in the backend server, i can use a double input validation to bypass rce whitelisting. next, ill use a command injection vulnerability in a script to stop the audio, which allows me to abuse the remote command execution in the backend server. i can exploit it to get a root shell on the host. in beyond root, ill look at another attack path, arbitrary file upload, which allows me to upload a shell as a file.
in risik, ill get a shell on the backend server by abusing the sass vulnerability in the ui. in the backend server, i can abuse the database to connect to the database to add a task to another agent, which then gets a root shell. in addition to that, ill abuse another database to upload a.war file, which then gets a remote shell. in beyond root, ill look at a process injection vulnerability, which allows me to write to files, which in turn allows me to upload a shell.


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