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MagnusBilling application unauthenticated Remote Command Execution.

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MagnusBilling application unauthenticated Remote Command Execution.



A Command Injection vulnerability in MagnusBilling application 6.x and 7.x allows remote attackers to run arbitrary commands via unauthenticated HTTP request. A piece of demonstration code is present in `lib/icepay/icepay.php`, with a call to an exec(). The parameter to exec() includes the GET parameter `democ`, which is controlled by the user and not properly sanitised/escaped. After successful exploitation, an unauthenticated user is able to execute arbitrary OS commands. The commands run with the privileges of the web server process, typically `www-data` or `asterisk`. At a minimum, this allows an attacker to compromise the billing system and its database. The following MagnusBilling applications are vulnerable: - MagnusBilling application version 6 (all versions); - MagnusBilling application up to version 7.x without commit 7af21ed620 which fixes this vulnerability;


  • h00die-gr3y <h00die.gr3y@gmail.com>
  • Eldstal




php, cmd, x64, x86


Module Options

To display the available options, load the module within the Metasploit console and run the commands 'show options' or 'show advanced':

msf > use exploit/linux/http/magnusbilling_unauth_rce_cve_2023_30258
msf exploit(magnusbilling_unauth_rce_cve_2023_30258) > show targets
msf exploit(magnusbilling_unauth_rce_cve_2023_30258) > set TARGET < target-id >
msf exploit(magnusbilling_unauth_rce_cve_2023_30258) > show options
    ...show and set options...
msf exploit(magnusbilling_unauth_rce_cve_2023_30258) > exploit

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