Offensive Security Tools

This is our up-to-date archive of both historical and current offensive security tools and exploits released to the public.

Offensive Security - Exploits

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Year Date Title Summary
2021 04 Apr Impromptu Icebreaker: TP-Link Archer AC1750 Remote Root Command Injection Exploit This exploit abuses a command injection vulnerability (CVE-2020-10886) in a WAN accessible service in TP-Link Archer AC1750 routers, to execute arbitrary commands with administrator/root privileges. The payload is delivered sequentially to avoid detection. A secondary payload is supported to execute Lua code into a second process.
2014 16 Feb Mac OS X Tunnelblick Local Privilege Escalation (via Format String) Exploit This exploit abuses a format string vulnerability in the Tunnelblick VPN client software for Mac OS X to execute arbitrary code as the root/administrator user.
2009 01 Jul Linux Kernel SCTP FORWARD-TSN Chunk Memory Corruption Remote Exploit This exploit abuses a vulnerability in net/sctp/sm_statefuns.c in the Stream Control Transmission Protocol (sctp) implementation in the Linux kernel before 2.6.28-git8, affecting the handling of packets with FWD-TSN chunks. It was reported to have ‘an unknown impact’. The vulnerability actually resulted in fully remote pre-authenticated arbitrary code execution with ring-0 (OS kernel level) privileges.
2009 01 Feb Novell eDirectory DHAC1-DHOST Remote Session Hijack This exploit abuses a vulnerability in the session handler of Novell eDirectory up to 8.8 SP 2, to hijack administrator user sessions. The tokens assigned to user sessions used a sequential algorithm, easily calculated to adjust the exploit. The vulnerability itself existed for many years until a third-party leaked it to Novell (CVE-2009-4655).
2008 08 Dec SharpSeatbelt: Stack-based Buffer Overflow Exploit for the Mac OS X Seatbelt policy compiler This exploit abuses a vulnerability in the TinyScheme interpreter embedded in Apple Mac OS X’s Seatbelt security policy compiler, achieving fully reliable arbitrary code execution in the context of the compiler process. A novel technique against Scheme interpreters is used in the exploit, as well as a memory manipulation technique leveraging MALLOC_HUGE memory regions. OS X Leopard for desktop and server were both impacted by this vulnerability.
2007 19 Dec Apple QuickTime 7.2/7.3 (OSX/Windows, PPC/x86) - RSTP Response Universal exploit aka multi-multi-quicktime This exploit abuses a vulnerability in Apple Quicktime’s RTSP response handling to execute arbitrary code against OS X and Windows targets for both PPC and x86 architectures, with automatic detection.
2007 29 Nov Mac OS X mount_smbfs Local Privilege (root) Escalation This exploit abuses CVE-2007-3876 to escalate privileges in affected OS X installations, gaining root/administrator level access, bypassing NX stack protections.
2007 02 Apr Apple Mac OS X mDNSResponder UPnP IGD Remote Arbitrary Code Execution (as root) Exploit This exploit abuses a vulnerability in mDNSResponder, exposed to hosts in the same local network, resulting in arbitrary code execution as root. Because the payload is broadcasted, the exploit permits network-wide exploitation, resulting in the compromise of all hosts affected, each one of them phoning back to the exploiting host with an administrator shell.