1 Divide and Conquer Real World Distributed Port Scanning Ofer Maor CTO Hacktics 16 Feb 2006 Hackers & Threats I, 3:25PM (HT1-302)
2 Introduction Divide and Conquer: Real World Distributed Port Scanning reviews conventional port scanning and distributed port scanning techniques, suggesting new approaches for implementing distributed port scanning in virtually any environment. After a short overview of port scanning we will examine the reasoning behind port scanning prevention and mechanisms which are used for such preventions. We will then proceed to reviewing existing distributed port scanning techniques, and their potential pitfalls, followed by a new approach for conducting distributed port scanning.
3 Introduction This presentation is all about live demonstrations discussed topics will be explained through actual execution of probes and scans. Today s Objectives: Prove that conventional port scanning prevention does not really prevent port scanning, but rather creates a false sense of security Provide security professionals with a new technique and a tool to conduct distributed port scans The new technique as well as the tool presented today are the result of research done at Hacktics research labs, focusing on developing new techniques for identifying potential vulnerabilities.
4 Port Scanning Overview Port Scanning is the process of identifying some or all open ports (listening services) on one or more hosts. Usually conducted using automated tools, which can quickly scan through the entire potential port range ( ) of a server or search for selected common or expected ports. It is a crucial part of the attack s reconnaissance phase, and is one of the first tasks done by an attacker when attempting to break into a machine. Free and commercial port scanners are widely available, varying in supported features, user interface and environment. The NMap scanner is probably the most common scanner in use.
5 Port Scanning Overview Port Scanning in general, and NMap specifically, are so popular that even the creators of Matrix used it
6 Port Scanning Overview Port Scanning is normally done by going over all (or some) TCP and/or UDP ports and checking the status of each port by attempting to communicate with it. With TCP scanning, three potential responses are available: If an entire TCP handshake has been completed the port is open. If the server refuses the connection the port is closed. If no response at all is received (or if the firewall rejected the request) the port is filtered. Similarly, half-open scanners that examine only the second phase of the handshake (SYN/ACK or RST/ACK) can be used for stealthier scanning, as can different scanning techniques based on various TCP/IP stack anomalies.
7 Port Scanning Prevention With the growing popularity of port scanning, many organizations felt the need to create protection against it (rather than solving the true problem at hand). This functionality is provided by various Intrusion Detection (or Prevention) Systems, known as IDS/IPS. These systems are capable of identifying multiple connection requests from a single host and block the IP address of this host. Most modern IDS/IPSs, including open source solutions such as Snort, are capable of providing a working mechanism to protect against conventional port scanning.
8 Divide and Conquer: Distributed Port Scanning In order to overcome port scanning protection, the next step in the evolution of the attack was the distributed approach.. The idea behind Distributed Port Scanning is to split the effort of the port scanning, having each host probe only few ports, thus not getting blocked by the system. The gap between theory and practice, however, lies in the ability to control hundreds or thousands of hosts to perform this attack for the hacker or for the auditor. Real hackers do not consider this a real problem, as they can gain access to a zombie network which can be controlled for a variety of purposes, including such scanning.
9 Divide and Conquer: Distributed Port Scanning Studies from last years show that large zombie networks can be purchased for 2,000-3,000$. Smaller networks are available for 500$ as well. Tools such as DScan and Unicorn can then be used for deploying the port scanning over the network
10 The Auditor s Problem Security professionals, such as auditors and pentesters, can not rely on zombies to do the work, as running such a zombie network is highly unethical, as well as illegal in most countries. As a result, most penetration tests and audits fail to work around port scanning protection mechanisms, providing the customers with a false sense of security.
11 The FTP Bounce Solution A workaround to this problem appeared in the form of the FTP Bounce Attack. This attack allows taking advantage of a feature of the FTP protocol, allowing a client connecting to an FTP server to instruct it to connect to a third machine on an arbitrary port. This behavior provided an opportunity for a wide variety of attacks, including the execution of distributed port scanning. Modern FTP servers are no longer vulnerable to FTP Bounce attacks (and most firewalls block them as well). While this is generally positive, it unfortunately prevents security experts from using this behavior to conducting distributed port scanning.
12 The Idle Scan Solution A similar workaround to this problem appeared later on in the form of the Idle scan. This type of scan takes advantage of the common behavior of IP stack implementation, which increment an identifier known as the fragment identification by one for every packet they send. It is therefore possible to spoof a packet supposedly originating from a 3 rd party host, then examining the fragment identification of that host (if the port answered back to the host, this number will be incremented). Like with FTP Bounce, however, most modern operating systems have fixed this behavior, and any existing firewalls will not allow performing such enumeration in the first place.
13 Finding a Widely Available Resource The solution to distributed port scanning must therefore present itself using a resource complying to the following criteria: Widely Available To ensure that a large network can be easily created, evading the most sensitive port scanning protection. Free To guarantee that anyone wishing to perform such an assessment is capable of doing so. Legal Does not require the auditor to perform hostile acts against hosts on the internet. Luckily, such resources are available for use on the internet Free HTTP Proxies.
14 Free HTTP Proxies
15 Real World Distributed Port Scanning Using HTTP Proxies, it is therefore possible to achieve a real world solution for the auditor problem, allowing easy execution of distributed port scanning. The HTTP proxy based scanning can be achieved in one of two main techniques: Via HTTP CONNECT requests Easy, but rare. Via HTTP GET requests - By utilizing HTTP Proxy Response Fingerprinting.
16 HTTP CONNECT Scan The CONNECT method is part of the HTTP RFC and is designed to allow tunneling of traffic which can not be normally proxied, such as HTTPS data. The usage of CONNECT as a port scanner is trivial The proxy is contacted, and a CONNECT request is being sent to the proxy, requesting it to connect to the probed port. If the port is available, the following response is presented, identifying it as an open port: HTTP/ Connection established Proxy-agent: Apache/ (Unix) (Red Hat/Linux) mod_ssl/2.6.6 OpenSSL/0.9.5a PHP/4.0.1pl2
17 HTTP CONNECT Scan Alternatively, the proxy will return a Connection Refused or Gateway Timeout error to indicate that the port was not available. By using CONNECT probing it is therefore possible to identify the 3 possible states of the port: Opened, Closed or Filtered. While the HTTP Proxy Port Scanner Tool supports HTTP CONNECT requests, this type of scan can not be relied upon, due to two key factors Many free proxies will not support the CONNECT method at all Even those that do support it, will usually only allow connecting to specific ports, and will therefore be of little value for our cause.
18 HTTP Proxy Response Fingerprinting The HTTP method supported by virtually all free proxies is GET While GET requests are not aimed at performing a TCP connect at the remote host, they do however connect as part of the process, and can also be used to connect to non standard ports by providing the port number after the host name, such as By relying on this functionality, it is possible to effectively instruct the proxy to connect to remote hosts using arbitrary ports. While the response is not clear as with the CONNECT requests, it is possible to determine the port status by fingerprinting the response code, headers and body.
19 HTTP Proxy Response Fingerprinting Like other fingerprinting mechanisms, such as OS fingerprinting or HTTP Server fingerprinting, the basic idea was to map out the behavior of common proxy servers available on the internet when attempting to connect to various types of open, closed and filtered ports. After analyzing the list of given proxies, it is possible to run the same tests against scanned machines, identifying open ports, while distributing the test between the thousands of different free proxies. Following is a sample behavior analysis of the popular Squid proxy.
20 HTTP Proxy Response Fingerprinting Response I: HTTP/ OK Location: SomeSite Content-Type: text/html Server: Microsoft-IIS Content-Length: 214 Date: Mon, 13 Jun :07:58 GMT Identification: Tested port is open and runs an HTTP server.
21 HTTP Proxy Response Fingerprinting Response II: +OK Welcome to MailEnable POP3 Server -ERR Unknown command -ERR Unknown command -ERR Unknown command -ERR Unknown command -ERR Unknown command -ERR Unknown command Identification: Tested port is open and runs a POP3 Server. Most other non HTTP open ports will behave similarly.
22 HTTP Proxy Response Fingerprinting Response III: 220 domain.com ESMTP MailEnable Service, Version: ready at 04/20/05 21:25: Bad sequence of commands 503 Bad sequence of commands 503 Bad sequence of commands 503 Bad sequence of commands 503 Bad sequence of commands 503 Bad sequence of commands Identification: Another normal open port was identified. Note that the 503 string should not be confused for a proxy response code.
23 HTTP Proxy Response Fingerprinting Response IV: HTTP/ Service Unavailable Server: Squid/2.3.STABLE1 Mime-Version: 1.0 Date: Mon, 13 Jun :29:56 GMT Content-Type: text/html Content-Length: 711 Expires: Mon, 13 Jun :29:56 GMT X-Squid-Error: ERR_CONNECT_FAIL 111 X-Cache: MISS from proxy Proxy-Connection: close Identification: This indicates that the port is closed. The body provides even additional supporting data:
24 HTTP Proxy Response Fingerprinting While trying to retrieve the URL: <A HREF=" <P> The following error was encountered: <UL> <LI> <STRONG> Connection Failed </STRONG> </UL> <P> The system returned: <PRE><I> (111) Connection refused</i></pre> <P> The remote host or network may be down. Please try the request again. <P>Your cache administrator is <A HREF="mailto:root mailto:root">root</a>.
25 HTTP Proxy Response Fingerprinting Response V: HTTP/ Gateway Time-out Server: Squid/2.3.STABLE1 Mime-Version: 1.0 Date: Mon, 13 Jun :34:31 GMT Content-Type: text/html Content-Length: 697 Expires: Mon, 13 Jun :34:31 GMT X-Squid-Error: ERR_CONNECT_FAIL 110 X-Cache: MISS from proxy Proxy-Connection: close Identification: This indicates that the port is filtered. Similarly, additional supporting data can be extracted from the body.
26 HTTP Proxy Response Fingerprinting As can be easily seen from these cases, Squid s behavior is easy to fingerprint in order to use it as a port scanner: When the data returned is a valid HTTP response with 503 as its response code, the port is Closed. When the data returned is a valid HTTP response with 504 as its response code, the port is Filtered. (Note that unlike with NMap scanning, filtered only applies to dropped requests) When the data returned is not an HTTP response, or is an HTTP response with a different code, the port is Open. Similarly, other common proxies can be fingerprinted to identify different responses according to the status of probed ports.
27 Fingerprinting Pitfalls The main problem when performing such probing are limitations presented by the proxy itself. Some proxies allow port 80 only Some proxies allow port 80 and high ports only Some proxies allow only other specific ports In such case the proxy returns an error or simply ignores the request. Additionally, some proxies may not have as distinct fingerprints as Squid does, making differentiation between closed and filtered ports harder.
28 Fingerprinting Pitfalls And some more proxy (pit)falls Proxy Falls, Willamette National Forest, Oregon
29 Distributed Proxy Port Scanning Tool Moving from theory to practice Hacktics Distributed Proxy Port Scanning Tool The tool allows auditors and security professionals to perform a distributed port scan, through automation of the entire process: Identifying free available HTTP proxies Checking whether identified proxies can be used for port scanning Identifying the relevant fingerprints of proxies in the list Executing a port scan against a list of all (or selected) TCP ports, through distribution of requests between all proxies Tool Demonstration
30 Additional Potential Use Using a similar framework, it is possible to: Perform distributed vulnerability scanning, defeating IDS IP-based aggregation Distribute web application attacks, thwarting off all IP-based protection and aggregation Test for weaknesses against distributed denial of service attacks Future Release: Proxy Distributor Tool A proxy utility running on the local computer, which distributes all HTTP activity.
31 Conclusion Using IDS to prevent port scanning provides false sense of security against focused attacks. Similarly, all aggregated IP based blocking can easily be overcome by distributed means. Effective protection must come in the form of a hardened environment, which does not rely on obscurity for achieving security and will not be put under a threat by a mere port scan. Moreover, performing IP based blocking allows hackers to easily cause denial of service attacks of commercial proxies. Using the new techniques presented, identifying weaknesses to distributed attacks is no longer the domain of malicious hackers, and can now be conducted by security professionals.
33 Additional Information The detailed paper which this presentation was based on, as well as the tool presented during the presentation can be found at: For additional information or discussion of these topics, feel free to contact us:
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