A tool to find and exploit servers vulnerable to Shellshock
-h, --help show this help message and exit
--Host HOST, -H HOST A target hostname or IP address
--file FILE, -f FILE File containing a list of targets
--port PORT, -p PORT The target port number (default=80)
--exploit EXPLOIT, -e EXPLOIT Command to execute (default=/bin/uname -a)
--cgi CGI, -c CGI Single CGI to check (e.g. /cgi-bin/test.cgi)
--proxy PROXY A BIT BROKEN RIGHT NOW Proxy to be used in the form 'ip:port'
--ssl, -s Use SSL (default=False)
--threads THREADS, -t THREADS Maximum number of threads (default=10, max=100)
--verbose, -v Be verbose in output
./shocker.py -H 127.0.0.1 -e "/bin/cat /etc/passwd" -c /cgi-bin/test.cgi
Scans for http://127.0.0.1/cgi-bin/test.cgi and, if found, attempts to cat /etc/passwd
./shocker.py -H www.example.com -p 8001 -s
Scan www.example.com on port 8001 using SSL for all scripts in cgi_list and attempts the default exploit for any found
./shocker.py -f ./hostlist
Scans all hosts listed in the file ./hostlist with the default options
Changes in version 0.72 (December 2014)
- Minor corrections to logic and typos
- Added timeout to urllib2.urlopen requests using a global 'TIMEOUT'
- Add interactive 'psuedo console' for further exploitation of a chosen vulnerable server
- Attemped to clean up output buffering issues by wrapping sys.stdout in a class which flushes on every call to write
- Added a progress indicator for use in time consuming tasks to reassure non vebose users
- Preventing return codes other than 200 from being considered successes
- Added ability to specify multiple targets in a file
- Moved the 'cgi_list' list of scripts to attempt to exploit to a file
- Fixed some output formatting issues
- Fixed valid hostname/IP regex to allow single word hostnames
- Added ability to specify a single script to target rather than using cgi_list
- Introduced a timeout on socket operations for host_check
- Added some usage examples in the script header
- Added an epilogue to the help text indicating presence of examples
- Introduced a thread count limit defaulting to 10
- Removed colour support until I can figure out how to make it work in Windows and *nix equally well
- Spelling corrections
- More comprehensive cgi_list
- Removes success_flag from output
- No idea
- Identify and respond correctly to HTTP/200 response - false positives - Low priority/hassle
- Implement curses for *nix systems - For the whole application or only psuedo terminal? - Low priority/prettiness
- Thread the initial host check now that multiple targets are supported (and could be make this bit time consuming)
- Change verbose to integer value - quiet, normal, verbose, debug?
- Add option to skip initial host checks for the sake of speed?
- Add a summary of results before exiting
- Save results to a file? Format?
- Eventually the idea is to include multiple possible vectors but currently only one is checked.
- Add Windows and *nix colour support - Low priority/prettiness
- Add a timeout in interactive mode for commands which don't return, e.g. /bin/cat /dev/zero
- Prettify - Low priority/pretinness (obviously)
- Add support for scanning and explointing SSH and SMTP? https://isc.sans.edu/diary/Shellshock+via+SMTP/18879
- Add SOCKS proxy support, potentially using https://github.com/rpicard/socksonsocks/ from Rober Picard
- Other stuff. Probably.