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Metasploit Modules Related To Apache Http Server

CVE-1999-1053  Matt Wright Arbitrary Command Execution
The Matt Wright <= v2.3.1 CGI script contains a flaw that may allow arbitrary command execution. The vulnerability requires that HTML posting is enabled in the script, and that the web server must have the Server-Side Include (SSI) script handler enabled for the '.html' file type. By combining the script weakness with non-default server configuration, it is possible to exploit this vulnerability successfully.
Module type : exploit Rank : excellent Platforms : Linux,Unix,Windows
CVE-2002-392  Apache Win32 Chunked Encoding
This module exploits the chunked transfer integer wrap vulnerability in Apache version 1.2.x to 1.3.24. This particular module has been tested with all versions of the official Win32 build between 1.3.9 and 1.3.24. Additionally, it should work against most co-branded and bundled versions of Apache (Oracle 8i, 9i, IBM HTTPD, etc). You will need to use the Check() functionality to determine the exact target version prior to launching the exploit. The version of Apache bundled with Oracle 8.1.7 will not automatically restart, so if you use the wrong target value, the server will crash.
Module type : exploit Rank : good Platforms : Windows
CVE-2006-3747  Apache Module mod_rewrite LDAP Protocol Buffer Overflow
This module exploits the mod_rewrite LDAP protocol scheme handling flaw discovered by Mark Dowd, which produces an off-by-one overflow. Apache versions 1.3.29-36, 2.0.47-58, and 2.2.1-2 are vulnerable. This module requires REWRITEPATH to be set accurately. In addition, the target must have 'RewriteEngine on' configured, with a specific 'RewriteRule' condition enabled to allow for exploitation. The flaw affects multiple platforms, however this module currently only supports Windows based installations.
Module type : exploit Rank : great Platforms : Windows
CVE-2007-6750  Slowloris Denial of Service Attack
Slowloris tries to keep many connections to the target web server open and hold them open as long as possible. It accomplishes this by opening connections to the target web server and sending a partial request. Periodically, it will send subsequent HTTP headers, adding to-but never completing-the request. Affected servers will keep these connections open, filling their maximum concurrent connection pool, eventually denying additional connection attempts from clients.
Module type : auxiliary Rank : normal
CVE-2010-425  Apache mod_isapi Dangling Pointer
This module triggers a use-after-free vulnerability in the Apache Software Foundation mod_isapi extension for versions 2.2.14 and earlier. In order to reach the vulnerable code, the target server must have an ISAPI module installed and configured. By making a request that terminates abnormally (either an aborted TCP connection or an unsatisfied chunked request), mod_isapi will unload the ISAPI extension. Later, if another request comes for that ISAPI module, previously obtained pointers will be used resulting in an access violation or potentially arbitrary code execution. Although arbitrary code execution is theoretically possible, a real-world method of invoking this consequence has not been proven. In order to do so, one would need to find a situation where a particular ISAPI module loads at an image base address that can be re-allocated by a remote attacker. Limited success was encountered using two separate ISAPI modules. In this scenario, a second ISAPI module was loaded into the same memory area as the previously unloaded module.
Module type : auxiliary Rank : normal
CVE-2011-3192  Apache Range Header DoS (Apache Killer)
The byterange filter in the Apache HTTP Server 2.0.x through 2.0.64, and 2.2.x through 2.2.19 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (memory and CPU consumption) via a Range header that expresses multiple overlapping ranges, exploit called "Apache Killer"
Module type : auxiliary Rank : normal
CVE-2011-3368  Apache Reverse Proxy Bypass Vulnerability Scanner
Scan for poorly configured reverse proxy servers. By default, this module attempts to force the server to make a request with an invalid domain name. Then, if the bypass is successful, the server will look it up and of course fail, then responding with a status code 502. A baseline status code is always established and if that baseline matches your test status code, the injection attempt does not occur. "set VERBOSE true" if you are paranoid and want to catch potential false negatives. Works best against Apache and mod_rewrite
Module type : auxiliary Rank : normal
CVE-2017-9798  Apache Optionsbleed Scanner
This module scans for the Apache optionsbleed vulnerability where the Allow response header returned from an OPTIONS request may bleed memory if the server has a .htaccess file with an invalid Limit method defined.
Module type : auxiliary Rank : normal

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