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Re: JBoss Application Server Exploit Modules
From: Tyler Krpata <krpatasec () gmail com>
Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2010 18:01:24 -0400
Not sure if there's a "right way" to submit updates to modules...
sorry if I missed it. Here's an update to jboss_scanner.rb that looks
for the URLs Patrick mentioned, and also checks for TCP ports
1098,1099,and 4444 for RMI.
On Tue, Jun 15, 2010 at 5:07 PM, Patrick Hof
<patrick.hof () redteam-pentesting de> wrote:
Tyler Krpata <krpatasec () gmail com> wrote:
Good stuff! To jump on the bandwagon, attached is a scanner that I was
working on that is a good smoke test for some of these vulns on a
JBoss instance. One thing it doesn't currently do is see if the RMI
port is open, which I will get around to adding.
I was getting started to write such a scanner myself, it's great that there's
already someone who did the work :). I suggest you add the following URLs to the
If one of those returns a Java serialized object, you can send arbitrary JMX
commands to the JBoss AS and therefore exploit it. See the older whitepaper
"Bridging the Gap between the Enterprise and You" on
http://www.redteam-pentesting.de/publications/jboss for an explanation.
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