Saturday, April 13, 2024

Facebook Vulnerability May Allow an Attacker to Perform Phishing Attack

The Facebook vulnerability may allow attackers to create a phishing attack through the trusted domain. The Vulnerability resides in validating the contents of the files posted through links and Unvalidated re-directions.

The Vulnerability was identified by Rajwinder Singh, he posted a malicious office macro file that contains reverse shell payload in the Facebook post section.

Rajwinder from ProVise Secure Lab, also published a PoC demonstrating the vulnerability. He created a Payload with msfvenom and obfuscated VBA Scripts with Chrw() function that returns a Unicode character, if in case Unicode is not supported by the system it acts as Chr function which returns ASCII or ANSI character.

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Then the link containing the file added in post section, so now you will get a link generated for the post. Also, he noticed the file is getting downloaded from an external link, which indicates ‘Open Redirection‘ vulnerability.

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And he passed the file through facebook messenger, which generates its own link. Now the file is being downloaded by the victim from the Facebook domain “https://cdn.fbsbx.com”.

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In the victims, machine file was downloaded successfully and he also got the reverse Shell back once the file is opened in the victim machine.

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