rmiscout v1.4 releases: enumerate Java RMI functions and exploit RMI parameter unmarshalling vulnerabilities
RMIScout performs wordlist and bruteforce attacks against exposed Java RMI interfaces to safely guess method signatures without invocation.
On misconfigured servers, any known RMI signature using non-primitive types (e.g.,
java.lang.String), can be exploited by replacing the object with a serialized payload. This is a fairly common misconfiguration (e.g., VMWare vSphere Data Protection + vRealize Operations Manager, Pivotal tc Server, and Gemfire, Apache Karaf + Cassandra) as highlighted in An Trinh’s 2019 Blackhat EU talk.
I wanted a tool to do the following tasks:
- Provide wordlist and text-based bruteforce strategies instead of bruteforcing a 64-bit method hash.
- Identify RMI methods without invoking them.
- Provide a simple way to exploit the known issue of unsafe RMI parameter unmarshalling and integrate with ysoserial or payloads implementing ysoserial.payloads.ObjectPayload.
- Integrate GadgetProbe to identify remote classes to help identify relevant software and construct gadget chains.
To start off your search, the included lists/prototypes.txt wordlist is a deduplicated wordlist from 15,000 RMI prototypes found in OSS projects across GitHub. Feel free to submit a PR to include more 🙂
How it works
To identify but not execute RMI functions, RMIScout uses low-level RMI network functions and dynamic class generation to send RMI invocations with deliberately mismatched types to trigger remote exceptions. All parameters are substituted for a dynamically generated serializable class with a 255-character name assumed to not exist in the remote classpath. For example:
void login(String user, String password)
RMIScout will invoke:
login((String) new QQkzkn3..255 chars..(), (String) new QQkzkn3..255 chars..())
If the class is present this will result in a remote java.rmi.UnmarshalException cased by the ClassNotFoundException or argument unmarshalling error without invoking the underlying method.
- Added RMI-IIOP support
- Added invoke mode
- Added automatic protocol selection for RMI-JRMP, activation stubs, and SSL
- Added automatic localhost bypass technique
- Added multi-protocol Docker demo
- More helpful error messages
- Various bug fixes
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