1 Security Challenges in Virtualized Environments Joanna Rutkowska, Invisible Things Lab Confidence 2008, Krakow, Poland, May 15th, 2008
2 1 Virtualization-based MALWARE 2 Using Virtual Machines for ISOLATION 3 NESTED virtualization
3 Virtualization-based MALWARE
4 Hardware Hardware Hardware Blue Pill OS OS AMD-V Intel VT-x
5 Blue Pill Characteristics NO HOOKS! Cannot be detected using any integrity scanner On the fly installation No boot/bios/etc modifications necessary No I/O virtualization Negligible performance impact (your brand new 3D card will still work!)
6 Blue Pill detection
7 Blue Pill detection Detecting a VMM Detecting virtualization based malware
8 VMM detection Guest time virtualization Direct timing analysis HPET timers Blue Chicken CPU specific behavior TLB profiling
9 VMM detection? Everything is going to be virtualized! Thus the information that there is a hypervisor in the system......would be pretty much useless...
10 Detecting virtualized malware?
11 No Hooks! Search for code Detect activity (e.g. network packets) Heuristics By Pattern Stealth by Design concept Covert channels Nested Page Tables (hardware SPT) Massive malware Simple Obfuscation Won t work 0day malware
12 The whole big deal about Blue Pill is: NO HOOKS in the system!
13 Blue Pill prevention
14 Disable virtualization?
15 How about also disabling your network card so you never got infected from the Internet?
16 Install a trusted hypervisor first?
17 Installing trusted hypervisor Static Root of Trust Measurement Dynamic Root of Trust Measurement BIOS > MBR > VMM e.g. MS Bitlocker SENTER (Intel TXT) SKINIT (AMD SVM)
18 Trusted vs. Secure? SRTM and DRTM only assures that what we load is trusted......at the moment of loading! 3 sec later... it could be exploited and get compromised!
19 Trusted!= Secure known, no bugs not compromised
20 E.g. #1: The famous DMA problem
21 I/O: asks the device to setup a DMA transfer Some device Hardware (Trusted) Hypervisor Read/Write memory access! Some driver OS
22 IOMMU Solution to the problem of DMA attacks Intel calls it: VT-d Not much PC hardware supports it yet Expected to change soon No THIN HYPERVISORS without IOMMU!
23 Other problems with VMMs? Stay tuned...
24 All in all: it s not trivial to have a trusted & secure hypervisor but this is the proper way to go!
25 1 Virtualization-based MALWARE 2 Using Virtual Machines for ISOLATION 3 NESTED virtualization
26 Using Virtual Machines for ISOLATION
27 Originally ISOLATION was supposed to be provided by Operating Systems... Separate processes/address spaces, User accounts & ACLs...
28 But in practice current OSes simply fail at providing isolation!
29 Why OSes fail? Kernel bugs! Kernel bugs!! Kernel bugs!!! Bad design, e.g.: XP and all runs as admin assumption Vista s UAC assumes admin rights should be granted to every installer program!
30 VMMs for the rescue!
31 trusted & secure hypervisor Vista (work projects) Linux + Firefox ( random surfing) Linux + Firefox (online banking) MacOSX ( home, e.g. pics, music, etc)
32 Challenges Performance Why is VMM/hypervisor going to be more secure then OS s kernel?
33 VMM bugs?
34 VMM Bugs Bugs in hypervisors Bugs in additional infrastructure
35 E.g. #1: CVE VMWare ESX Found by Rafal Wojtczuk (McAfee) September 2007 Guest OS can cause memory corruption on the host and potentially allow for arbitrary code execution on the host
36 E.g. #2: CVE Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 Found by Rafal Wojtczuk (McAfee) August 2007 Heap-based buffer overflow allows guest OS to execute arbitrary code on the host OS
37 E.g. #3: CVE Xen Found by Joris van Rantwijk September 2007 By crafting a grub.conf file, the root user in a guest domain can trigger execution of arbitrary Python code in domain 0.
38 E.g. #4: Various Bugs Paper by Tavis Ormandy (Google) April 2007 Disclosed bugs in VMWare, XEN, Bochs, Virtual PC, Prallels A simple fuzzers for: Instruction parsing by VMMs I/O device emulation by VMMs
39 As you see, current VMMs are far from being flawless...
40 To make VMMs more secure we need to keep them ultra-thin and small!
41 Phoenix HyperSpace
44 HyperCore: the type I hypervisor used for HyperSpace
46 The HyperCore Targets desktop/laptop systems Guest OS execute at near-native performance (including fancy graphics) Support for full ACPI (Power Management) Integrity: loaded via SecureCore BIOS (Static Root of Trust Measurement) Very thin - easy to audit!
47 Speeding things up Pass through for most devices SPT: 1-1 mapping for most pages for the Primary OS
48 Power Management ACPI tables exposed to the Primary OS, so that the overall power performance is optimized Efficient intercepts for power management control
49 Integrity Static RTM via Phoenix s SecureCore BIOS Dynamic RTM via Intel s TXT/AMD s SKINIT SMM-based watchdog for HyperCore code
51 1 Virtualization-based MALWARE 2 Using Virtual Machines for ISOLATION 3 NESTED virtualization
52 NESTED virtualization
53 What if a user wants to run e.g. Virtual PC here?
66 Hypervisors expect to have GIF=1 when VMEXIT occurs... They might not be prepared to handle interrupts just after VMEXIT from guests!... but when we resume the nested hypervisor CPU sets GIF=1, because we do this via VMRUN, not VMEXIT...
67 Getting around the GIF Problem We need to emulate that GIF is 0 for the nested hypervisor We stop this emulation when: The nested hypervisor executes STGI The nested hypervisor executes VMRUN How do we emulate it?
68 GIF0 emulation VMCB 1.V_INTR_MASKING = 1 Host s RFLAGS.IF = 0 Intercept NMI, SMI, INIT, #DB and held (i.e. record and reinject) or discard until we stop the emulation
69 Additional details Need to also intercept VMLOAD/VMSAVE Need to virtualize VM_HSAVE_PA ASID conflicts
70 Hypervisor: ASID = 0 Conflicting ASIDs! Nested Hypervisor: ASID = 1 (but thinks that has ASID = 0) Nested Guest: ASID = 1 (assigned by the nested hypervisor)
71 But we can always reassign the ASID in the VMCB prim that we use to run the nested guest.
72 Performance Impact One additional #VMEXIT on every #VMEXIT that would occur in a nonnested scenario One additional #VMEXIT when the nested hypervisor executes: STGI, CLGI, VMLOAD, VMSAVE Lots of space for optimization though
73 Lost already? ;)
74 Don t worry! The main message is...
75 This can be done! & It works!
78 Intel VT-x
79 Nested virtualization on VT-x No GIF bit - no need to emulate GIF0 for the nested hypervisor :) No Tagged TLB - No ASID conflicts :) However: VMX instructions can take memory operands - need to use complex operand parser No tagged TLB - potentially bigger performance impact
80 Nested VT-x: Status We have that working! The VT-x nesting code cannot be published though :(
81 Who else does Nested (hardware-based) Virtualization?
82 IBM z/vm hypervisor on IBM System z mainframe Running z/vm in a virtual machine (that is, z/vm as a guest of z/vm, also known as second-level z/vm) is functionally supported but is intended only for testing purposes for the secondlevel z/vm system and its guests (called third-level guests) hcsf8b22.pdf IBM System z10, source: ibm.com
83 Confusion AMD Nested Page Tables!= Nested Virtualization! NPT is a hardware alternative to Shadow Page Tables (a good thing, BTW) NPT is also called: Rapid Virtualization Indexing
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