@quickts/cli@1.0.4

Vulnerabilities

2 via 4 paths

Dependencies

139

Source

npm

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Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF)

  • Vulnerable module: axios
  • Introduced through: axios@0.18.1

Detailed paths

  • Introduced through: @quickts/cli@1.0.4 axios@0.18.1
    Remediation: Upgrade to @quickts/cli@2.0.0.

Overview

axios is a promise based HTTP client for the browser and node.js.

Affected versions of this package are vulnerable to Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF). An attacker is able to bypass a proxy by providing a URL that responds with a redirect to a restricted host or IP address.

Remediation

Upgrade axios to version 0.21.1 or higher.

References

medium severity

Arbitrary File Write via Archive Extraction (Zip Slip)

  • Vulnerable module: decompress-tar
  • Introduced through: download-git-repo@1.1.0

Detailed paths

  • Introduced through: @quickts/cli@1.0.4 download-git-repo@1.1.0 download@5.0.3 decompress@4.2.1 decompress-tar@4.1.1
  • Introduced through: @quickts/cli@1.0.4 download-git-repo@1.1.0 download@5.0.3 decompress@4.2.1 decompress-tarbz2@4.1.1 decompress-tar@4.1.1
  • Introduced through: @quickts/cli@1.0.4 download-git-repo@1.1.0 download@5.0.3 decompress@4.2.1 decompress-targz@4.1.1 decompress-tar@4.1.1

Overview

decompress-tar is a tar plugin for decompress.

Affected versions of this package are vulnerable to Arbitrary File Write via Archive Extraction (Zip Slip). It is possible to bypass the security measures provided by decompress and conduct ZIP path traversal through symlinks.

PoC

const decompress = require('decompress');

decompress('slip.tar.gz', 'dist').then(files => {
    console.log('done!');
});

Details

It is exploited using a specially crafted zip archive, that holds path traversal filenames. When exploited, a filename in a malicious archive is concatenated to the target extraction directory, which results in the final path ending up outside of the target folder. For instance, a zip may hold a file with a "../../file.exe" location and thus break out of the target folder. If an executable or a configuration file is overwritten with a file containing malicious code, the problem can turn into an arbitrary code execution issue quite easily.

The following is an example of a zip archive with one benign file and one malicious file. Extracting the malicous file will result in traversing out of the target folder, ending up in /root/.ssh/ overwriting the authorized_keys file:


+2018-04-15 22:04:29 ..... 19 19 good.txt

+2018-04-15 22:04:42 ..... 20 20 ../../../../../../root/.ssh/authorized_keys

Remediation

There is no fixed version for decompress-tar.

References