Class: Rex::Socket::Comm::Local

Inherits:
Object
  • Object
show all
Includes:
Rex::Socket::Comm, Singleton
Defined in:
lib/rex/socket/comm/local.rb

Overview

Local communication class factory.

Class Method Summary collapse

Methods included from Rex::Socket::Comm

#chainable?, #deregister_event_handler, #each_event_handler, #notify_before_socket_create, #notify_socket_created, #register_event_handler

Class Method Details

.create(param) ⇒ Object

Creates an instance of a socket using the supplied parameters.


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# File 'lib/rex/socket/comm/local.rb', line 24

def self.create(param)

  # Work around jRuby socket implementation issues
  if(RUBY_PLATFORM == 'java')
    return self.create_jruby(param)
  end

  case param.proto
    when 'tcp'
      return create_by_type(param, ::Socket::SOCK_STREAM, ::Socket::IPPROTO_TCP)
    when 'udp'
      return create_by_type(param, ::Socket::SOCK_DGRAM, ::Socket::IPPROTO_UDP)
    when 'ip'
      return create_ip(param)
    else
      raise Rex::UnsupportedProtocol.new(param.proto), caller
  end
end

.create_by_type(param, type, proto = 0) ⇒ Object

Creates a socket using the supplied Parameter instance.


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# File 'lib/rex/socket/comm/local.rb', line 118

def self.create_by_type(param, type, proto = 0)

  # Whether to use IPv6 addressing
  usev6 = false

  # Detect IPv6 addresses and enable IPv6 accordingly
  if ( Rex::Socket.support_ipv6?())

    # Allow the caller to force IPv6
    if (param.v6)
      usev6 = true
    end

    # Force IPv6 mode for non-connected UDP sockets
    if (type == ::Socket::SOCK_DGRAM and not param.peerhost)
      # FreeBSD allows IPv6 socket creation, but throws an error on sendto()
      # Windows 7 SP1 and newer also fail to sendto with IPv6 udp sockets
      unless Rex::Compat.is_freebsd or Rex::Compat.is_windows
        usev6 = true
      end
    end

    local = Rex::Socket.resolv_nbo(param.localhost) if param.localhost
    peer  = Rex::Socket.resolv_nbo(param.peerhost) if param.peerhost

    if (local and local.length == 16)
      usev6 = true
    end

    if (peer and peer.length == 16)
      usev6 = true
    end

    if (usev6)
      if (local and local.length == 4)
        if (local == "\x00\x00\x00\x00")
          param.localhost = '::'
        elsif (local == "\x7f\x00\x00\x01")
          param.localhost = '::1'
        else
          param.localhost = '::ffff:' + Rex::Socket.getaddress(param.localhost, true)
        end
      end

      if (peer and peer.length == 4)
        if (peer == "\x00\x00\x00\x00")
          param.peerhost = '::'
        elsif (peer == "\x7f\x00\x00\x01")
          param.peerhost = '::1'
        else
          param.peerhost = '::ffff:' + Rex::Socket.getaddress(param.peerhost, true)
        end
      end

      param.v6 = true
    end
  else
    # No IPv6 support
    param.v6 = false
  end

  # Notify handlers of the before socket create event.
  self.instance.notify_before_socket_create(self, param)

  # Create the socket
  sock = nil
  if (param.v6)
    sock = ::Socket.new(::Socket::AF_INET6, type, proto)
  else
    sock = ::Socket.new(::Socket::AF_INET, type, proto)
  end

  # Bind to a given local address and/or port if they are supplied
  if param.localport or param.localhost
    begin
      sock.setsockopt(::Socket::SOL_SOCKET, ::Socket::SO_REUSEADDR, true)
      sock.bind(Rex::Socket.to_sockaddr(param.localhost, param.localport))

    rescue ::Errno::EADDRNOTAVAIL,::Errno::EADDRINUSE
      sock.close
      raise Rex::AddressInUse.new(param.localhost, param.localport), caller
    end
  end

  # Configure broadcast support for all datagram sockets
  if (type == ::Socket::SOCK_DGRAM)
    sock.setsockopt(::Socket::SOL_SOCKET, ::Socket::SO_BROADCAST, true)
  end

  # If a server TCP instance is being created...
  if (param.server?)
    sock.listen(256)

    if (param.bare? == false)
      klass = Rex::Socket::TcpServer
      if (param.ssl)
        klass = Rex::Socket::SslTcpServer
      end
      sock.extend(klass)

      sock.initsock(param)
    end
  # Otherwise, if we're creating a client...
  else
    chain = []

    # If we were supplied with host information
    if (param.peerhost)

      # A flag that indicates whether we need to try multiple scopes
      retry_scopes = false

      # Always retry with link-local IPv6 addresses
      if Rex::Socket.is_ipv6?( param.peerhost ) and param.peerhost =~ /^fe80::/
        retry_scopes = true
      end

      # Prepare a list of scope IDs to try when connecting to
      # link-level addresses. Read from /proc if it is available,
      # otherwise increment through the first 255 IDs.
      @@ip6_lla_scopes ||= []

      if @@ip6_lla_scopes.length == 0 and retry_scopes

        # Linux specific interface lookup code
        if ::File.exists?( "/proc/self/net/igmp6" )
          ::File.open("/proc/self/net/igmp6") do |fd|
            fd.each_line do |line|
              line = line.strip
              tscope, tint, junk = line.split(/\s+/, 3)
              next if not tint

              # Specifying lo in any connect call results in the socket
              # being unusable, even if the correct interface is set.
              next if tint == "lo"

              @@ip6_lla_scopes << tscope
            end
          end
        else
        # Other Unix-like platforms should support a raw scope ID
          [*(1 .. 255)].map{ |x| @@ip6_lla_scopes << x.to_s }
        end
      end

      ip6_scope_idx = 0
      ip   = param.peerhost
      port = param.peerport

      if param.proxies
        chain = param.proxies.dup
        chain.push(['host',param.peerhost,param.peerport])
        ip = chain[0][1]
        port = chain[0][2].to_i
      end

      begin

        begin
          Timeout.timeout(param.timeout) do
            sock.connect(Rex::Socket.to_sockaddr(ip, port))
          end
        rescue ::Timeout::Error
          raise ::Errno::ETIMEDOUT
        end

      rescue ::Errno::EHOSTUNREACH,::Errno::ENETDOWN,::Errno::ENETUNREACH,::Errno::ENETRESET,::Errno::EHOSTDOWN,::Errno::EACCES,::Errno::EINVAL

        # Rescue errors caused by a bad Scope ID for a link-local address
        if retry_scopes and @@ip6_lla_scopes[ ip6_scope_idx ]
          ip = param.peerhost + "%" + @@ip6_lla_scopes[ ip6_scope_idx ]
          ip6_scope_idx += 1
          retry
        end

        sock.close
        raise Rex::HostUnreachable.new(param.peerhost, param.peerport), caller

      rescue ::Errno::EADDRNOTAVAIL,::Errno::EADDRINUSE
        sock.close
        raise Rex::AddressInUse.new(param.peerhost, param.peerport), caller

      rescue Errno::ETIMEDOUT
        sock.close
        raise Rex::ConnectionTimeout.new(param.peerhost, param.peerport), caller

      rescue ::Errno::ECONNRESET,::Errno::ECONNREFUSED,::Errno::ENOTCONN,::Errno::ECONNABORTED
        sock.close
        raise Rex::ConnectionRefused.new(param.peerhost, param.peerport), caller
      end
    end

    if (param.bare? == false)
      case param.proto
        when 'tcp'
          klass = Rex::Socket::Tcp
          sock.extend(klass)
          sock.initsock(param)
        when 'udp'
          sock.extend(Rex::Socket::Udp)
          sock.initsock(param)
      end
    end

    if chain.size > 1
      chain.each_with_index {
        |proxy, i|
        next_hop = chain[i + 1]
        if next_hop
          proxy(sock, proxy[0], next_hop[1], next_hop[2])
        end
      }
    end

    # Now extend the socket with SSL and perform the handshake
    if(param.bare? == false and param.ssl)
      klass = Rex::Socket::SslTcp
      sock.extend(klass)
      sock.initsock(param)
    end


  end

  # Notify handlers that a socket has been created.
  self.instance.notify_socket_created(self, sock, param)

  sock
end

.create_ip(param) ⇒ Object

Creates a raw IP socket using the supplied Parameter instance. Special-cased because of how different it is from UDP/TCP


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# File 'lib/rex/socket/comm/local.rb', line 95

def self.create_ip(param)
  self.instance.notify_before_socket_create(self, param)

  sock = ::Socket.open(::Socket::PF_INET, ::Socket::SOCK_RAW, ::Socket::IPPROTO_RAW)
  sock.setsockopt(::Socket::IPPROTO_IP, ::Socket::IP_HDRINCL, 1)

  # Configure broadcast support
  sock.setsockopt(::Socket::SOL_SOCKET, ::Socket::SO_BROADCAST, true)

  if (param.bare? == false)
    sock.extend(::Rex::Socket::Ip)
    sock.initsock(param)
  end

  self.instance.notify_socket_created(self, sock, param)

  sock
end

.create_jruby(param) ⇒ Object

Creates an instance of a socket using the supplied parameters. Use various hacks to make this work with jRuby


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# File 'lib/rex/socket/comm/local.rb', line 47

def self.create_jruby(param)
  sock = nil

  # Notify handlers of the before socket create event.
  self.instance.notify_before_socket_create(self, param)

  case param.proto
    when 'tcp'
      if (param.server?)
        sock  = TCPServer.new(param.localport, param.localhost)
        klass = Rex::Socket::TcpServer
        if (param.ssl)
          klass = Rex::Socket::SslTcpServer
        end
        sock.extend(klass)

      else
        sock = TCPSocket.new(param.peerhost, param.peerport)
        klass = Rex::Socket::Tcp
        if (param.ssl)
          klass = Rex::Socket::SslTcp
        end
        sock.extend(klass)
      end
    when 'udp'
      if (param.server?)
        sock = UDPServer.new(param.localport, param.localhost)
        klass = Rex::Socket::UdpServer
        sock.extend(klass)
      else
        sock = UDPSocket.new(param.peerhost, param.peerport)
        klass = Rex::Socket::Udp
        sock.extend(klass)
      end
    else
      raise Rex::UnsupportedProtocol.new(param.proto), caller
  end

  sock.initsock(param)
  self.instance.notify_socket_created(self, sock, param)
  return sock
end

.deregister_event_handler(handler) ⇒ Object

:nodoc:


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# File 'lib/rex/socket/comm/local.rb', line 518

def self.deregister_event_handler(handler) # :nodoc:
  self.instance.deregister_event_handler(handler)
end

.each_event_handler(handler) ⇒ Object

:nodoc:


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# File 'lib/rex/socket/comm/local.rb', line 522

def self.each_event_handler(handler) # :nodoc:
  self.instance.each_event_handler(handler)
end

.proxy(sock, type, host, port) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/rex/socket/comm/local.rb', line 348

def self.proxy(sock, type, host, port)
  case type.downcase
  when 'sapni'
    packet_type = 'NI_ROUTE'
    route_info_version = 2
    ni_version = 39
    num_of_entries = 2
    talk_mode = 1 # ref: http://help.sap.com/saphelp_dimp50/helpdata/En/f8/bb960899d743378ccb8372215bb767/content.htm
    num_rest_nodes = 1

    shost, sport = sock.peerinfo.split(":")
    first_route_item = [shost, 0, sport, 0, 0].pack("A*CA*cc")
    route_data = [first_route_item.length, first_route_item].pack("NA*")
    route_data << [host, 0, port.to_s, 0, 0].pack("A*CA*cc")

    ni_packet = [
      packet_type,
      0,
      route_info_version,
      ni_version,
      num_of_entries,
      talk_mode,
      0,
      0,
      num_rest_nodes
    ].pack("A8c8")
    # Add the data block, according to sap documentation:
    # A 4-byte header precedes each data block. These 4 bytes give the
    # length of the data block (length without leading 4 bytes)
    # The data block (the route data)
    ni_packet << [route_data.length - 4].pack('N') + route_data
    # Now that we've built the whole packet, prepend its length before writing it to the wire
    ni_packet = [ni_packet.length].pack('N') + ni_packet
    
    size = sock.put(ni_packet)
    
    if size != ni_packet.length
      raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "Failed to send the entire request to the proxy"), caller
    end

    begin
      ret_len = sock.get_once(4, 30).unpack('N')[0]
      if ret_len and ret_len != 0
        ret = sock.get_once(ret_len, 30)
      end
    rescue IOError
      raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "Failed to receive a response from the proxy"), caller
    end

    if ret and ret.length < 4
      raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "Failed to receive a complete response from the proxy"), caller
    end

    if ret =~ /NI_RTERR/
      case ret
      when /timed out/
        raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "Connection to remote host #{host} timed out")
      when /refused/
        raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "Connection to remote port #{port} closed")
      when /denied/
        raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "Connection to #{host}:#{port} blocked by ACL")
      else
        raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "Connection to #{host}:#{port} failed (Unknown fail)")
      end
    elsif ret =~ /NI_PONG/
      # success case
      # would like to print this "[*] remote native connection to #{host}:#{port} established\n"
    else
      raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "Connection to #{host}:#{port} failed (Unknown fail)")
    end

  when 'http'
    setup = "CONNECT #{host}:#{port} HTTP/1.0\r\n\r\n"
    size = sock.put(setup)
    if (size != setup.length)
      raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "Failed to send the entire request to the proxy"), caller
    end

    begin
      ret = sock.get_once(39,30)
    rescue IOError
      raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "Failed to receive a response from the proxy"), caller
    end

    if ret.nil?
      raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "Failed to receive a response from the proxy"), caller
    end

    resp = Rex::Proto::Http::Response.new
    resp.update_cmd_parts(ret.split(/\r?\n/)[0])

    if resp.code != 200
      raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "The proxy returned a non-OK response"), caller
    end
  when 'socks4'
    setup = [4,1,port.to_i].pack('CCn') + Socket.gethostbyname(host)[3] + Rex::Text.rand_text_alpha(rand(8)+1) + "\x00"
    size = sock.put(setup)
    if (size != setup.length)
      raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "Failed to send the entire request to the proxy"), caller
    end

    begin
      ret = sock.get_once(8, 30)
    rescue IOError
      raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "Failed to receive a response from the proxy"), caller
    end

    if (ret.nil? or ret.length < 8)
      raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "Failed to receive a complete response from the proxy"), caller
    end
    if ret[1,1] != "\x5a"
      raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "Proxy responded with error code #{ret[0,1].unpack("C")[0]}"), caller
    end
  when 'socks5'
    auth_methods = [5,1,0].pack('CCC')
    size = sock.put(auth_methods)
    if (size != auth_methods.length)
      raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "Failed to send the entire request to the proxy"), caller
    end
    ret = sock.get_once(2,30)
    if (ret[1,1] == "\xff")
      raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "The proxy requires authentication"), caller
    end

    if (Rex::Socket.is_ipv4?(host))
      addr = Rex::Socket.gethostbyname(host)[3]
      setup = [5,1,0,1].pack('C4') + addr + [port.to_i].pack('n')
    elsif (Rex::Socket.support_ipv6? and Rex::Socket.is_ipv6?(host))
      # IPv6 stuff all untested
      addr = Rex::Socket.gethostbyname(host)[3]
      setup = [5,1,0,4].pack('C4') + addr + [port.to_i].pack('n')
    else
      # Then it must be a domain name.
      # Unfortunately, it looks like the host has always been
      # resolved by the time it gets here, so this code never runs.
      setup = [5,1,0,3].pack('C4') + [host.length].pack('C') + host + [port.to_i].pack('n')
    end

    size = sock.put(setup)
    if (size != setup.length)
      raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "Failed to send the entire request to the proxy"), caller
    end

    begin
      response = sock.get_once(10, 30)
    rescue IOError
      raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "Failed to receive a response from the proxy"), caller
    end

    if (response.nil? or response.length < 10)
      raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "Failed to receive a complete response from the proxy"), caller
    end
    if response[1,1] != "\x00"
      raise Rex::ConnectionProxyError.new(host, port, type, "Proxy responded with error code #{response[1,1].unpack("C")[0]}"), caller
    end
  else
    raise RuntimeError, "The proxy type specified is not valid", caller
  end
end

.register_event_handler(handler) ⇒ Object

Registration


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# File 'lib/rex/socket/comm/local.rb', line 514

def self.register_event_handler(handler) # :nodoc:
  self.instance.register_event_handler(handler)
end