9.8
CVSSv3

CVE-2019-0604

Published: 05/03/2019 Updated: 13/12/2019
CVSS v2 Base Score: 7.5 | Impact Score: 6.4 | Exploitability Score: 10
CVSS v3 Base Score: 9.8 | Impact Score: 5.9 | Exploitability Score: 3.9
VMScore: 670
Vector: AV:N/AC:L/Au:N/C:P/I:P/A:P

Vulnerability Summary

A remote code execution vulnerability exists in Microsoft SharePoint when the software fails to check the source markup of an application package, aka 'Microsoft SharePoint Remote Code Execution Vulnerability'. This CVE ID is unique from CVE-2019-0594.

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Topics: Iranian Hackers Target Albania's Border Control System in a Tit-for-Tat Operation/ New APT targets telcos, ISP's and universities in the Middle East and Africa

Cybersecurity-Current-Event-Report Topics: Iranian Hackers Target Albania's Border Control System in a Tit-for-Tat Operation/ New APT targets telcos, ISP's and universities in the Middle East and Africa Iranian Hackers Target Albania's Border Control System in a Tit-for-Tat Operation The recent attacks on Albania's BCS

ysoserial.net for Windows execute file

ysoserialnet ysoserialnet for Windows execute file Usage ysoserialexe -h ysoserialnet generates deserialization payloads for a variety of NET formatters Available gadgets: ActivitySurrogateDisableTypeCheck (Disables 48+ type protections for ActivitySurrogateSelector, command is ignored) Formatters: BinaryFormatter, LosFormatter, NetDataContractSerializer, ObjectStateFor

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详解 k8gege的SharePoint RCE exploit cve-2019-0604-exp.py的代码,动手制作自己的payload

一、解说k8gege的cve-2019-0604-exppy k8gege的脚本 githubcom/k8gege/CVE-2019-0604 老实说k8gege的py脚本有点花哨,一大堆的16进制字符串,分成 payload1,2,3, 好坏呀 python脚本远程post的payload,反序列化之后是一个xml数据体 <ResourceDictionary xmlns="schemasmicrosoftcom/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation"

Desharialize Desharialize: Easy mode to Exploit CVE-2019-0604 (Sharepoint XML Deserialization Unauthenticated RCE) What is it? While there have been public POCs for CVE-2019-0604, I have noticed that those POCs are not clear, extensible or flexible Some of them only have on hardcoded (and serialized/encoded) payloads, some of them require running custom NET code before every

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cve-2019-0604 SharePoint RCE exploit

CVE-2019-0604 cve-2019-0604 SharePoint RCE exploit blog: wwwcnblogscom/k8gege/p/11093992html wiki: githubcom/k8gege/K8CScan/wiki/%E6%BC%8F%E6%B4%9E%E5%88%A9%E7%94%A8-CVE-2019-0604-SharePoint-GetShell-Exploit

Generate Seralize Payload for CVE-2019-0604 for Sharepoint 2010 SP2 .net 3.5

cve-2019-0604-SP2010-netv35 Recently, I came across a Sharepoint 2010 SP2 and all the Proof of Concept that I tested didn't work until I realized that the server was on net 35 which require a different library Here is the dll for net 35 The code came from githubcom/linhlhq/CVE-2019-0604 It will generate the serialize payload

CVE-2019-0604

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