Unix-PrivEsc: Local UNIX PrivEsc Aggregation – Penetration Testing

UNIX-PrivEsc

This is just an effort to aggregate local UNIX privilege escalation exploits. They are all publicly available but don’t allow for a sensible overview + it’s always the quirky ones that you can’t find when you need them. I am going to progressively push out exploits from a few sources which are listed below for reference.

Import Complete:

http://ift.tt/2ub7hRu

http://ift.tt/2ub6lfN (Partial, x86 Solaris + AIX)

To Do List:

http://ift.tt/1QX20pb

http://ift.tt/2ub6lfN (Raptor Kit)

OSX (Google-fu)

Exploit-DB (anything that’s missing)

WARNING

Be careful, the compiled exploits in the repo could contain ANYTHING, you may launch them and get root or “rm -rf /” or discover the formula for time travel! They have been added here for the odd sticky situation but I would never recommend running them if an alternative is available and certainly not without manual inspection!

Target List

2.2.27 ==> elfcd1.c, uselib24.zip,
uselib24.c, mremap_pte.zip
2.2.x ==> ptrace24.zip, ptrace24.c
2.4.17 ==> newlocal.zip, kmod.zip,
uselib24.zip, uselib24.c
2.4.18 ==> ptrace.zip, ptrace.c,
ptrace-kmod.zip, brk.zip, brk2.zip
2.4.19 ==> ptrace.zip, ptrace.c,
ptrace-kmod.zip, brk.zip, brk2.zip
2.4.20 ==> ptrace.zip, ptrace.c,
ptrace-kmod.zip, brk.zip,
brk2.zip, kmod.zip
2.4.21 ==> ptrace.zip, ptrace.c,
ptrace-kmod.zip, brk.zip, brk2.zip
2.4.22-10 ==> loginx.zip
2.4.22 ==> ptrace.zip, ptrace.c,
ptrace-kmod.zip, brk.zip, brk2.zip
2.4.23 ==> hatorihanzo.c, mremap_pte.zip
2.4.24 ==> mremap_pte.zip, uselib24.zip,
uselib24.c, Linux_kernel_mremap.c
2.4.25 ==> mremap_pte.zip
2.4.26 ==> mremap_pte.zip, Linux_kernel_mremap.c
2.4.27 ==> mremap_pte.zip, uselib24.zip, uselib24.c
2.4.29 ==> expand_stack.c, uselib24.zip, uselib24.c
2.4.x ==> ptrace-kmod.zip, uselib24.zip,
uselib24.c, newlocal.zip,
kmod2.zip, elflbl.zip
2.4 2.6 ==> pwned.c
2.6.2 ==> h00lyshit.zip, h00lyshit.c,
krad.zip, myptrace.zip
2.6.4 ==> hudo.c
2.6.5 ==> h00lyshit.zip, h00lyshit.c,
krad.zip, hudo.c, 05.zip, krad.zip,
krad2.zip, ong_bak.c
2.6.7 ==> h00lyshit.zip, h00lyshit.c,
krad.zip, krad2.zip
2.6.8 ==> h00lyshit.zip, h00lyshit.c,
krad.zip, krad2.zip
2.6.9-34 ==> h00lyshit.zip, h00lyshit.c, r00t.zip
2.6.9 ==> h00lyshit.zip, h00lyshit.c,
krad.zip, krad2.zip, 05.zip, 06.zip, 04.zip
2.6.10 ==> h00lyshit.zip, h00lyshit.c,
krad.zip, krad2.zip, 05.zip,
uselib24.zip, uselib24.c
2.6.11 ==> k-rad.c, k-rad3.zip, krad2.zip,
krad.zip, pwned.zip, pwned.c
2.6.12 ==> binfmt_elf.c, elfcd2.c
2.6.13 ==> h00lyshit.zip, h00lyshit.c,
prct1.zip, prct2.zip, prct3.zip,
prct4.zip, prct6.zip, raptor.zip
2.6.14 ==> h00lyshit.zip, h00lyshit.c,
prct1.zip, prct2.zip, prct3.zip,
prct4.zip, prct6.zip, raptor.zip
2.6.15 ==> h00lyshit.zip, h00lyshit.c,
prct1.zip, prct2.zip, prct3.zip,
prct4.zip, prct6.zip, raptor.zip
2.6.16 ==> h00lyshit.zip, h00lyshit.c,
prct1.zip, prct2.zip, prct3.zip,
prct4.zip, prct6.zip, raptor.zip
2.6.17 ==> prct1.zip, prct1.c, prct2.zip,
prct2.c, prct3.zip, prct3.c, prct4.zip,
prct4.c, prct6.zip, prct6.c, prct5.sh
2.6.18-164 ==> 2.6.18-164.zip
2.6.x ==> h00lyshit.zip, h00lyshit.c,
cw7.3.zip, elflbl.zip, exp.sh, kmod2.zip,
ptrace-kmod.zip, uselib24.zip, x.zip, x2.zip
2.6.17 – 2.6.24.1 ==> 2.6.17.c
2.6.23 – 2.6.24 ==> vmsplice.c
2.6.31.5 ==> enlightenment.tgz
2.6.31 ==> xpl-2.6.31-2010.zip
2.6.3-37 ==> 2.6.37.zip, full-nelson.c, half-nelson.c
FreeBSD 4.4-4.6 ==> bsd.zip
FreeBSD 4.8 ==> 48local.zip
FreeBSD 5.3 ==> exploit.zip, exploit.c, freedbs5.3.zip
FreeBSD 8.0 ==> w00t.sh
RedHat 7.0 ==> crontab.c, epcs2.c
RedHat 7.1 ==> rh71sm8.c
RedHat 7.3 ==> afd-expl.zip, alsaplayer-suid.zip,
nslconf.zip, ohMy-another-efs.zip
RedHat 8.0 ==> 0x82-Remote.tannehehe.xpl.c, efs_local.zip,
efs_local.c, ifenslave.zip, ifenslave.c
Solaris(x86) 8-9 ==> raptor_ucbps.sh, raptor_peek.c
Solaris(x86) 10 ==> raptor_peek.c, raptor_sysinfo.c, raptor_libnspr.sh
raptor_libnspr2.sh, raptor_libnspr3.sh
AIX 5.3 & 6.1 ==> raptor_libC.sh
AIX 6.1 & 7.1 ==> tmb-vs-ibm-aix-libodm.c
OSX rootpipe.py
OSX 10.10 – 10.10.4 ==> dyld_print_to_file_root.sh

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