CTF, you fucked

I’m not sure about CTF for Windows, but no doubts CTF for MacOS is a piece of dog crap. How CTF works on MacOS: it installs DCMApp.app, which is actually a HTTP-server which is listening on 13800/tcp:

Andreys-MacBook-Pro:~ apanfilov$ cat /Applications/DCMApp.app/Contents/Info.plist 
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
<plist version="1.0">
Andreys-MacBook-Pro:~ apanfilov$ ps -ef | grep CTFHTTPServer
  501 67706     1   0  1:21am ??         0:06.77 /Applications/DCMApp.app/Contents/MacOS/CTFHTTPServer -psn_0_9234638
  501 67707 67706   0  1:21am ??         0:00.87 /Applications/DCMApp.app/Contents/MacOS/CTFHTTPServer -psn_0_9234638
  501 71255 69468   0  3:50am ttys007    0:00.00 grep CTFHTTPServer
Andreys-MacBook-Pro:~ apanfilov$ lsof -i -n -P | grep 13800
CTFHTTPSe 67706 apanfilov   10u  IPv4 0x4bfdf3517d667f4d      0t0    TCP (LISTEN)
Andreys-MacBook-Pro:~ apanfilov$ 

and as result we have:

Simple echo servlet:

 * @author Andrey B. Panfilov <andrey@panfilov.tel>
public class EchoServlet extends HttpServlet implements Servlet {

	protected void doGet(HttpServletRequest req, HttpServletResponse resp) throws ServletException, IOException {
		String name = req.getParameter("filename");
		byte[] content = req.getParameter("content").getBytes();
		resp.setHeader("Content-type", "application/octet-stream");
		resp.setHeader("Content-Disposition", "attachment; filename*=UTF-8''" + Rfc5987Util.encode(name));


That is to say if you have CTF installed any internet site may upload/download arbitrary information to/from your computer.

Why exposing administrative interfaces is a bad idea

After Alvaro’s blogpost I wanted to write something like: “Hey, you have missed something: you can create c6_method_return object, execute D2GetAdminTicketMethod, get encrypted admin’s ticket and use it as a password (fuck yeah, I have failed to solve this puzzle: what was the point to encrypt ticket in D2GetAdminTicketMethod if D2 servlets accept both encrypted and unencrypted passwords)”. Unfortunately, D2GetAdminTicketMethod is not a part of D2 installation anymore (it seems that talented team has at least one member who can read). Do you think it is an end of D2 disclosures? No, it is just a beginning.