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IPhone WiFi Remote Exploit
26-09-2017, 11:36 (Denne besked var sidst ændret: 26-09-2017, 11:37 af MalcolmXI.)
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IPhone WiFi Remote Exploit
Ser ud til at Project Zero har åbnet op for deres Chromium issue, og gjort et exploit offentligt.

Citer:Broadcom produces Wi-Fi HardMAC SoCs which are used to handle the PHY and MAC layer processing. These chips are present in both mobile devices and Wi-Fi routers, and are capable of handling many Wi-Fi related events without delegating to the host OS.

In order to allow fast roaming between access points in a wireless network, the Broadcom firmware supports the Fast BSS Transition feature (IEEE 802.11r-2008 FT) as well as the Radio Resource Management standard (IEEE 802.11k-2008 RRM). Much of the information related to RRM is transferred by means of Wi-Fi Action Frames, using the RRM category (5).

One such frame which is handled by Broadcom's firmware is the "RRM Neighbor Report Response" frame, which has following general structure:

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Attaching exploit for this issue. The exploit gains code execution on the Wi-Fi firmware on the iPhone 7. The password for the archive is "rrm_exploit".

The exploit has been tested against the Wi-Fi firmware as present on iOS 10.2 (14C92), but should work on all versions of iOS up to 10.3.3 (included). However, some symbols might need to be adjusted for different versions of iOS, see "exploit/symbols.py" for more information.

Upon successful execution of the exploit, a backdoor is inserted into the firmware, allowing remote read/write commands to be issued to the firmware via crafted action frames (thus allowing easy remote control over the Wi-Fi chip).

The attached archive contains the following directories:
 -hostapd-2.6 - A modified version of hostapd utilised in the exploit. This version of hostapd is configured to
                support 802.11k RRM, and in particular Neighbor Reports. Moreover, this version of hostapd is
                instrumented to add various commands, allowing injection and reception of crafted action frames
                used throughout the exploit.
 -exploit     - The exploit itself.

To run the exploit, you must execute the following steps:
 -Connect (and enable) a SoftMAC Wi-Fi dongle to your machine (such as the TL-WN722N)
 -Compile the provided version of hostapd
 -Modify the "interface" setting under "hostapd-2.6/hostapd/hostapd.conf" to match your interface's name
 -Configure the following settings under "exploit/conf.py":
   -HOSTAPD_DIR - The directory of the hostapd binary compiled above
   -TARGET_MAC  - The MAC address of the device being exploited
   -AP_MAC      - The MAC address of your wireless dongle
   -INTERFACE   - The name of the wireless dongle's interface
 -Assemble the backdoor shellcode by running "exploit/assemble_backdoor.sh"
 -Run hostapd with the configuration file provided above, broadcasting a Wi-Fi network ("test80211k")
 -Connect the target device to the network
 -Run "exploit/attack.py"

Following the steps above should result in installation of a simple backdoor allowing read/write access to the firmware. You can interact with the backdoor to gain R/W access to the firmware by calling the "read_dword" and "write_dword" functions, respectively.
https://bugs.chromium.org/p/project-zero...il?id=1289

Her må det jo være relevant at linke til Broadpwn oplægget fra dette års Black Hat:
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