Taint Tracking for Chromium

I forgot to blog about one of my projects. I had actually already talked about it more than one year ago and we had a paper at USENIX Security.

Essentially, we built a protection against DOM-based Cross-site Scripting (DOMXSS) into Chromium. We did that by detecting whenever potentially attacker provided strings become JavaScript code. To that end, we made the HTML rendering engine (WebKit/Blink) and the JavaScript engine taint aware. That is, we identified sources of values that an attacker could control (think window.name) and marked all strings coming from those sources as tainted. Then, during parsing of JavaScript, we check whether the string to be compiled is actually tainted. If that is indeed the case, then we abort the compilation.

That description is a bit simplified. For example, not compiling code because it contains some fragments of the URL would break a substantial number of Web sites. It’s an unfortunate fact that many Web sites either eval code containing parts of the URL or do a document.write with a string containing parts of the URL. The URL, in our attacker model, can be controlled by the attacker. So we must be more clever about aborting compilation. The idea was to only allow literals in JavaScript (like true, false, numbers, or strings) to be compiled, but not “code”. So if a tainted (sub)string compiles to a string: fine. If, however, we compile a tainted string to a function call or an operation, then we abort. Let me give an example of an allowed compilation and a disallowed one.


<HTML>

<TITLE>Welcome!</TITLE>
Hi

<SCRIPT>
var pos=document.URL.indexOf("name=")+5;
document.write(document.URL.substring(pos,document.URL.length));
</SCRIPT>

<BR>
Welcome to our system

</HTML>

Which is from the original report on DOM-based XSS. You see that nothing bad will happen when you open http://www.vulnerable.site/welcome.html?name=Joe. However, opening http://www.vulnerable.site/welcome.html?name=alert(document.cookie) will lead to attacker provided code being executed in the victim’s context. Even worse, when opening with a hash (#) instead of a question mark (?) then the server will not even see the payload, because Web browsers do not transmit it as part of their request.

“Why does that happen?”, you may ask. We see that the document.write call got fed a string derived from the URL. The URL is assumed to be provided by the attacker. The string is then used to create new DOM elements. In the good case, it’s only a simple text node, representing text to be rendered. That’s a perfectly legit use case and we must, unfortunately, allow that sort of usage. I say unfortunate, because using these APIs is inherently insecure. The alternative is to use createElement and friends to properly inject DOM nodes. But that requires comparatively much more effort than using the document.write. Coming back to the security problem: In the bad case, a script element is created with attacker provided contents. That is very bad, because now the attacker controls your browser. So we must prevent the attacker provided code from execution.

You see, tracking the taint information is a non-trivial effort and must be done beyond newly created DOM nodes and multiple passes of JavaScript (think eval(eval(eval(tainted_string)))). We must also track the taint information not on the full string, but on each character in order to not break existing Web applications. For example, if you first concatenate with a tainted string and then remove all tainted characters, the string should not be marked as tainted. This non-trivial effort manifests itself in the over 15000 Lines of Code we patched Chromium with to provide protection against DOM-based XSS. These patches, as indicated, create, track, propagate, and evaluate taint information. Also, the compilation of JavaScript has been modified to adhere to the policy that tainted strings must only compile to literals. Other policies are certainly possible and might actually increase protection (or increase compatibility without sacrificing security). So not only WebKit (Blink) needed to be patched, but also V8, the JavaScript engine. These patches add to the logic and must be execute in order to protect the user. Thus, they take time on the CPU and add to the memory consumption. Especially the way the taint information is stored could blow up the memory required to store a string by 100%. We found, however, that the overhead incurred was not as big as other solutions proposed by academia. Actually, we measure that we are still faster than, say, Firefox or Opera. We measured the execution speed of various browsers under various benchmarks. We concluded that our patched version added 23% runtime overhead compared to the unpatched version.

xss-runtime

As for compatibility, we crawled the Alexa Top 10000 and observed how often our protection mechanism has stopped execution. Every blocked script would count towards the incompatibility, because we assume that our browser was not under attack when crawling. That methodology is certainly not perfect, because only shallowly crawling front pages does not actually indicate how broken the actual Web app is. To compensate, we used the WebKit rendering tests, hoping that they cover most of the important functionality. Our results indicate that scripts from 26 of the 10000 domains were blocked. Out of those, 18 were actually vulnerable against DOM-based XSS, so blocking their execution happened because a code fragment like the following is actually indistinguishable from a real attack. Unfortunately, those scripts are quite common :( It’s being used mostly by ad distribution networks and is really dangerous. So using an AdBlocker is certainly an increase in security.


var location_parts = window.location.hash.substring(1).split(’|’);
var rand = location_parts[0];
var scriptsrc = decodeURIComponent(location_parts[1]);
document.write("<scr"+"ipt src=’" + scriptsrc + "’></scr"+"ipt>");

Modifying the WebKit for the Web parts and V8 for the JavaScript parts to be taint aware was certainly a challenge. I have neither seriously programmed C++ before nor looked much into compilers. So modifying Chromium, the big beast, was not an easy task for me. Besides those handicaps, there were technical challenges, too, which I didn’t think of when I started to work on a solution. For example, hash tables (or hash sets) with tainted strings as keys behave differently from untainted strings. At least they should. Except when they should not! They should not behave differently when it’s about querying for DOM elements. If you create a DOM element from a tainted string, you should be able to find it back with an untainted string. But when it comes to looking up a string in a cache, we certainly want to have the taint information preserved. I hence needed to inspect each and every hash table for their usage of tainted or untainted strings. I haven’t found them all as WebKit’s (extensive) Layout tests still showed some minor rendering differences. But it seems to work well enough.

As for the protection capabilities of our approach, we measured 100% protection against DOM-based XSS. That sounds impressive, right? Our measurements were two-fold. We used the already mentioned Layout Tests to include some more DOM-XSS test cases as well as real-life vulnerabilities. To find those, we used the reports the patched Chromium generated when crawling the Web as mentioned above to scan for compatibility problems, to automatically craft exploits. We then verified that the exploits do indeed work. With 757 of the top 10000 domains the number of exploitable domains was quite high. But that might not add more protection as the already existing built in mechanism, the XSS Auditor, might protect against those attacks already. So we ran the stock browser against the exploits and checked how many of those were successful. The XSS Auditor protected about 28% of the exploitable domains. Our taint tracking based solution, as already mentioned, protected against 100%. That number is not very surprising, because we used the very same codebase to find vulnerabilities. But we couldn’t do any better, because there is no source of DOM-based XSS vulnerabilities…

You could, however, trick the mechanism by using indirect flows. An example of such an indirect data flow is the following piece of code:


// Explicit flow: Taint propagates
var value1 = tainted_value === "shibboleth" ? tainted_value : "";
// Implicit flow: Taint does not propagate
var value2 = tainted_value === "shibboleth" ? "shibboleth" : "";

If you had such code, then we cannot protect against exploitation. At least not easily.

For future work in the Web context, the approach presented here can be made compatible with server-side taint tracking to persist taint information beyond the lifetime of a Web page. A server-side Web application could transmit taint information for the strings it sends so that the client could mark those strings as tainted. Following that idea it should be possible to defeat other types of XSS. Other areas of work are the representation of information about the data flows in order to help developers to secure their applications. We already receive a report in the form of structured information about the blocked code generation. If that information was enriched and presented in an appealing way, application developers could use that to understand why their application is vulnerable and when it is secure. In a similar vein, witness inputs need to be generated for a malicious data flow in order to assert that code is vulnerable. If these witness inputs were generated live while browsing a Web site, a developer could more easily assess the severity and address the issues arising from DOM-based XSS.

AMCIS Towards inter-organizational Enterprise Architecture Management – Applicability of TOGAF 9.1 for Network Organizations

First of all, there is a LaTeX template for the ACMIS conference now. I couldn’t believe that those academics use Word to typeset their papers. I am way too lazy to use Word so I decided to implement their (incomplete and somewhat incoherent) style guide as a LaTeX class. I guess it was an investment but it paid off the moment we needed to compile our list of references. Because, well, we didn’t have to do it… Our colleagues used Word and they spent at least a day to double check whether references are coherent. Not fun. On the technical side: Writing LaTeX classes is surprisingly annoying. The infrastructure is very limited. Everything feels like a big hack. Managing control flow, implementing data structures, de-duplicating code… How did people manage to write all these awesome LaTeX packages without having even the very basic infrastructure?!

As I promised in a recent post, I am coming back to literature databases. We wrote a literature review and thus needed to query databases. While doing the research I took note of some features and oddities and to save some souls from having to find out all that manually, I want to provide my list of these databases. One of my requirements was to export to a sane format. Something text based, well defined, easy to parse. The export shall include as much meta-data as possible, like keywords, citations, and other simple bibliographic data. Another requirement was the ability to deep link to a search. Something simple, you would guess. But many fall short. Not only do I want the convenience of not having to enter rather complex search queries manually (again), I also want to collaborate. And sending a link to results is much easier than exchanging instructions as to where to click.

  • Proquest
    • Export to RIS with keywords
    • Deeplink is hidden, after “My Searches” and “actions”
  • Palgrave
    • Export as CSV: Title, Subtitle, Authors/Editors, Publication, Date, Online, Date, Ebook, Collection, Journal, Title, ISBN13, ISSN, Content Type, URL
    • No ability to link to a search
  • Wiley
    • Export possible (BibTex, others), with keywords, but limited to 20 at a time
    • Link to Search not possible
  • JSTOR
    • Deeplinks to a search are possible (just copy the URL)
    • Export works (BibTeX, RIS), but not with keywords
  • EBSCO
    • Link to search a bit hidden via “Share”
    • No mass export of search results. Individual records can be exported.
  • bepress
    • Linking to a search is possible
    • Export not possible directly, but via other bepress services, such as AISNet. But then it’s hidden behind “show search”, then “advanced search” and then you can select “Bibliography Export” (Endote)
  • Science Direct
    • Not possible to link to a search. But one can create an RSS feed.
    • But it export with Keywords
  • Some custom web interface

On the paper (pdf link) itself: It’s called “Towards inter-organizational Enterprise Architecture Management – Applicability of TOGAF 9.1 for Network Organizations” and we investigated what problems the research community identified for modern enterprises and how well an EAM framework catered for those needs.

The abstract is as follows:

Network organizations and inter-organizational systems (IOS) have recently been the subjects of extensive research and practice.
Various papers discuss technical issues as well as several complex business considerations and cultural issues. However, one interesting aspect of this context has only received adequate coverage so far, namely the ability of existing Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) frameworks to address the diverse challenges of inter-organizational collaboration. The relevance of this question is grounded in the increasing significance of IOS and the insight that many organizations model their architecture using such frameworks. This paper addresses the question by firstly conducting a conceptual literature review in order to identify a set of challenges. An EAM framework was then chosen and its ability to address the challenges was evaluated. The chosen framework is The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) 9.1 and the analysis conducted with regard to the support of network organizations highlights which issues it deals with. TOGAF serves as a good basis to solve the challenges of “Process and Data Integration” and “Infrastructure and Application Integration”. Other areas such as the “Organization of the Network Organization” need further support. Both the identification of challenges and the analysis of TOGAF assist academics and practitioners alike to identify further
research topics as well as to find documentation related to inter-organizational problems in EAM.

FTR: The permissions I needed to give away were surprisingly relaxed:

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I warrant as follows:

    • that I have the full power and authority to make this agreement;
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On Academia…

A paper that I have authored has recently been published a while ago, but I’ve put this post off for a long time now. Before talking about the paper itself, I want to talk about Academia as I have the feeling that I need to defend myself for playing their game™. The following may sounds overly pessimistic and a while a few bright spots are going to be mentioned, many have been left out for ranting reasons. Keep that in mind when reading that somewhat unstructured rant…

Published papers are the currency in Academia. The more you have, the more respected you are. The quantity is the main metric. No wonder, given that quality control measures are not very well deployed. Pretty much the only mechanism to ensure quality is peer review. The holy grail.

Although the more papers at “better” conferences or journals you have, the better you are, the quality of the conference or journal and the quality of the paper are rarely questioned after the publication. Again, I don’t have proper proof for the statements I make as this is supposed to be a more general rant on current practises in Academia. I can only tell from experience. From me listening to people talking about fellow academics, from observing key metrics in various web portals, or seeing people applying for academic positions. Those people usually have an enumeration of their publications. Maybe it’s a “selection”. But I’ve never seen that people put a “ranking” of the quality of the publisher nor the publication itself. And it wouldn’t make sense, because we don’t have metrics for that, anyway. Sure, there are some people or companies trying to come up with something meaningful. But metrics such as “rejection rate”, “number of citations”, or “h-index” are inherently flawed. For many reasons. Mainly because the data is proprietary. You have to rely on the conference or the journal providing you with correct data. You cannot know whether it is correct as there is no right for you to know. Secondarily, the metric might suffer from chilling effects, such that people think the quality of their publication in spe is too weak to be able to be published on a “high ranked” conference. So they don’t even bother to submit. Other metrics like the average citation count after five years resembles much more a stochastic experiment rather than reflecting the quality of the publications (Ike Antkare anyone?). Again, you have the effect of people wanting to cite some paper of a “high ranked” conference, because that is what people will cite in the future. And in order to be found more easily in the future via backwards citation searches, you’d rather cite publications you think will be cited more often in the future (cf.).

Talking about quality…

You have to trust the peer review of the conference or journal but you actually cannot because you don’t even know who the peers were. It’s good to have an informed opinion and it’s a good thing to be able to rely on an informed judgement. But it’s not good having to rely on that. If, for whatever reason, a peer fails to provide appropriate reviews, one should be able to make a decision oneself. Some studies have indeed shown that the peer review process is no better than flipping a coin. So there seems to be some need to review the peer review.

Once again to be clear: I don’t mind peer review. I think it’s good. Blindly publishing without ensuring that there is indeed an advancement of world’s knowledge wouldn’t be good. And peer review could be a tool to control that. But it doesn’t do it right now. I don’t have any concrete proposal. But I think if the reviews themselves and the reviewers were known, then we could make better decisions as to whether to “trust” a publication or not.

Another proposal is to not have “journals” as physical hard copies anymore. It is 20142015, we have the Web, we have some cool technologies. But we don’t make use of any of that. Instead, we are maintaining the status from 20, or rather 200, years ago. We still subscribe to one-off bundles of printed and stapled paper. And we pay loads for that. And not only do we pay loads for receiving that, if you wanted to publish in one of those journals (or conferences), you have to pay, too. In fairness, it’s not only the printing and stapling that costs money, but the services around that. Things like proof reading (has anyone ever gotten a lectorate?), the peer review (has any peer ever gotten any reimbursement?), or the maintenance of an online database (why is it so damn hard to use any of these web databases?) are things we pay money for. I doubt that we need Journals in their current form. We probably do need entities (call them “publishers”), who in turn will need to earn some money, to make sure everything is going smoothly. But we don’t need print-and-forget style publishing. If we could add things like comments, annotations, links, reviews, supplementary material, a varying level of detail, to a paper, even after a few years or even decades, we could move to a “permanently peer reviewed” model. A publication is being reviewed all the time. Ideally by the general public. We could model our current workflow by delegating some form of trust to a group of people, say “reviewers of Journal X”, and only see what these people have vouched for. We could then selectively exclude people from that group of trustees, much like the web of trust. We could, if a paper makes an assumption which is falsified in the future, render some warning when opening the publication. We could decentralise the data such that everyone could build their own index, search mechanism, or interface.

On interfaces

Right now, if you wanted to, say, re-conduct the experiments done in published papers and share your results, you would have to create a publication (which is expected, but right now you would likely have to pay for that) and cite the papers whose results you are trying to reproduce. That’s okay. But if I then wanted to see when and how successful people tried to redo the experiments, I’d have to rely on the database I’m using to provide a reverse citation search and have the correct data (which, for some databases, seems to be the ability to do OCR on the PDF…). That’s not how things should work nowdays, right? We’d expect something more interactive, with tags, open data, something wikiesque. While the ability to reverse-search citations, to highlight some key references, or to link to a key contribution that followed a paper at hand would be nice indeed, we probably have to step back and make existing functionality somewhat usable. I’m not talking about advanced stuff like exporting search results in a standardised format or about deep linking to a result set from a query. That would need treatment after we’ve solved actually searching for multiple keywords, excluding some conferences or journals, or joining or intersecting queries. All that only works to some extent and it’s depressing that we cannot do anything about it, because we don’t have the relevant access or data. Don’t believe me? Well, you shouldn’t. But I’ll provide a table, probably in another post, showing what works with which database and what does not.

On experiments

As I was referring to reproducing results: It is pretty much impossible to reproduce any result, at least in my field, computer science. You don’t get the raw data, let alone the programs to run to get the results. You could argue that it is too complicated to maintain a program that can be run on any platform. Fair enough. I don’t have a solution. But the situation right now is not a good status quo. Right now you don’t get anything. So even if you had the very same setup as the authors of some publication, you would not be able to redo the experiments. It’s likely to be similar in other disciplines. I imagine that rocket scientists do experiments with self made devices or with some utterly expensive appliance (think LHC). Nobody will be able to reproduce the results, simply because there is just that one LHC out there… But… fortunately we have many digital things which are easy to archive and distribute. We, computer scientists, should make use of that. Why not require authors to submit a virtual appliance in some openly specified format? Obviously, source code would be nice, but even in academia there doesn’t seem to be a culture of sharing code freely, so I’m not even suggesting that.

Phew. After having criticised Academia and having made some half baked proposals I forgot what I actually wanted to do: Being a good academic (not caring about the public perception of “good” in terms of quantity of publications), and discuss a few things around the paper that we paid a couple of hundred dollars for to get published. But I leave that for another rant post.

In what ways do you think is Academia broken?

mrmcd14 in Darmstadt – DOM-based XSS

After last year’s fabulous event, I was really looking forward to this year’s mrmcd in Darmstadt, Germany. It outgrew last year’s edition and had probably around 250 to 300 people attending. Maybe even more. In fact, 450 clients generated 423 GB traffic during the conference which lasted 60 hours or so. That’s around 2MB/s. That’s megabytes. Per second. Every second. I find that quite impressive. Especially as the outdoor area was very inviting to just hang around, grab a beer, and chat to your fellow hackers. So some people must have had an amazing demand of … updates…

This year’s theme was construction sites. As IT, and especially security, is a major, never ending, and dangerous construction site. It was well done, with a lot of warning tape, the people wearing helmets, hi-vis vests, some security boots, etc. Although it couldn’t excel last year’s aviation theme, but the watermark was set extremely high. Anyway, the speakers received cool gadgets, like a tool set, a level, and other very well done gadgets. The talks were opened by Unicorn who, as you can see, was wearing proper safety gear. We were given instructions as to how to behave in case of fire, flood, or lack of alcohol. A nifty feature of this event is the availability of carbo hydrates in form of various food stuffs. It’s very cool to always being able to walk up to the buffet and fill up energy reserves.

The keynote was involuntarily given by dodger who did not miss the opportunity to show us various constructions sites, such as the Utah Data Center. Ultimately, (now I am maybe over interpreting things), it’s also hackers like us who make those possible. We usually decide for ourselves where to go and what to do. It was a good round-up on how we as a community work or should work. Also with some political references which I think is important as I have the feeling that many people lose that focus too easily.

An interesting series of talks was given by Ange Albertini, who first presented the PDF file format. It was interesting to see how the format actually looks like. I knew already a little but I’ve never really cared about the details. This was a very interesting and visually appealing talk. Pretty much like his other presentations which were again on file formats and on crypto.

My own talk was scheduled after the second night. I was positively surprised to see a half-filled room on a Sunday morning, after two nights of demanding partying… Anyway, I had an interested crowd which I think I could entertain. You can find my slides here. I was talking on DOM-based Cross-site Scripting. I presented a modified Chrome browser which is able to stop all identified DOM-based XSSs. I will need a separate post to cover the details. As a brief summary: Both WebKit and V8 were modified to track taint, that is, to annotate strings with the information of the source. Such a source could be the document.URL or the window.name. This taint information is evaluated whenever it is about to be compiled to code. The simple approach of blocking every tainted string to compile is not followed as it breaks the Web. Instead, the compiler will notice which token is about to be generated and only allow generation if and only if the string is untainted or of a data type (String, Boolean, Number). If the tainted token is, for example, function call, assignment or pretty much anything else, then it is replaced with an illegal token in order to abort compilation. There is a video of the talk here:

As we are on videos, the video team is just plainly amazing. It released videos of the event pretty much after they finished. And in a quality that is hard to excel. You check the videos of this conference, but also others. You may find some gems that are well worth watching. Be aware though, some talks are also very much on the vapor-ware side of things… I guess I don’t need to point to specific talks as it should be easy to identify…

I am already looking forward to next year’s event. The watermark has, again, been set high and I expect the next year to be able to raise that bar. But I hope it will be able to stay small enough to not lose the cosy and comfy feeling. Maybe I shouldn’t blog about that fantastic event to not generate too much attention ;-)

Benchmarking raw user mode disk access for VirtualBox

I am working with a virtual GNU/Linux system, because the machine I’m working with must run a Windows on its bare metal.

I thought I wanted to give raw disk access to the guest, but it turns out, that it is not very easy in Windows to give permanent permissions to a regular user. You can give permissions using the semi-official subinacl like so:

C:\WINDOWS\system32>"C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Resource Kits\Tools\subinacl.exe" /noverbose /file \\.\physicaldrive1 /display=sddl

+File \\.\physicaldrive1
/sddl=O:BAG:SYD:(A;;FX;;;WD)(A;;FA;;;SY)(A;;FA;;;BA)(A;;FX;;;RC)

Elapsed Time: 00 00:00:00
Done: 1, Modified 0, Failed 0, Syntax errors 0
Last Done : \\.\physicaldrive1

C:\WINDOWS\system32> "C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Resource Kits\Tools\subinacl.exe" /noverbose /file \\.\physicaldrive1 "/sddl=O:BUG:SYD:(A;;FA;;;WD)(A;;FA;;;SY)(A;;FA;;;BA)(A;;FX;;;RC)"

Elapsed Time: 00 00:00:00
Done: 1, Modified 1, Failed 0, Syntax errors 0
Last Done : \\.\physicaldrive1

C:\WINDOWS\system32> "C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Resource Kits\Tools\subinacl.exe" /file \\.\physicaldrive1 /display=sddl /display=owner /display=primarygroup

+File \\.\physicaldrive1
/sddl=O:BUG:SYD:(A;;FA;;;WD)(A;;FA;;;SY)(A;;FA;;;BA)(A;;FX;;;RC)

+File \\.\physicaldrive1
/owner =builtin\users

+File \\.\physicaldrive1
/primary group =system

Elapsed Time: 00 00:00:00
Done: 1, Modified 0, Failed 0, Syntax errors 0
Last Done : \\.\physicaldrive1

I needed to figure out that the language the ACLs are written in, is SDDL and how to give my current user or group all permissions. I failed doing that so I opted for giving all access to every entity known to the system… You can see the relevant SDDL in the listing above.

But that change will only survive until the next reboot. To make the software permanent, an unofficial tool called dskacl can theoretically be used. Apparently it tries to write special values to the Windows Registry. Although I found my way through the documentation, I couldn’t make it work. It actually failed so hard on me that even Windows could not see the drive itself. So make a good contingency plan before even trying to make it work. It’s not really meant for attached disks, but rather external disks via USB. Anyway, I thought I’d have to redo the above mentioned step on every boot.

The question I had was, whether it’s actually worth it. I assumed that it would be a speed up to write directly to the harddrive without having to go through Windows and VirtualBox’ VDI layer before hitting the disk.

So I measured my typical workload: compiling Chromium. As it is what I’m working on, I want compilations to happen as quickly as possible.

My technique was the following:


export CCACHE_DISABLE=1
rm -rf out
./build/gyp_chromium
time ninja -C out/Debug chrome

I did a handul of runs to compensate for some irregularities that might happen on the host (or in fact, on the guest…)

When writing on an Ext4 straight onto the disk, I get the following results:

real 61m59.895s
user 322m52.832s
sys 46m49.268s

real 61m25.565s
user 318m40.680s
sys 46m7.608s

real 58m59.939s
user 320m36.500s
sys 46m28.336s

Having an Ext4 filesystem in a VDI container on an NTFS partition yields the following results:

real 60m50.360s
user 322m18.184s
sys 47m3.588s

real 57m30.324s
user 318m48.752s
sys 46m52.016s

real 63m29.179s
user 328m55.004s
sys 48m4.692s

I couldn’t test shared folders, because either the NTFS or in fact the vboxfs don’t support operations needed for the compilation. I guess it’s VirtualBoxes fault though…

My interpretation of the results:

Writing directly to the disk seems to be marginally slower than going through the VDI container. At best, there is no significant deviation from writing to the container. I decided that it’s not worth to write straight to disk. Going through the VDI container and through Windows is fine. Especially with all the risks involved such as Windows not being able to see the drive at all.

I acknowledge that my data is a bit flawed. It is likely that you cannot generalise my findings for any other workload. The method is also questionable as I didn’t flush caches or took care of anything disturbing my measurements. If you do measure yourself, I’m interested in getting the results.

OWASP AppSec Research EU 2013 – Hamburg

I was lucky to be able to attend OWASP’s AppSec EU Research conference in Hamburg, Germany. I’ve been to the one in Dublin and looked forward to the German edition. With 400+ attendees I thought that the conference was surprisingly well attended. And rightfully so. The people organising it were doing a fantastic job. Everything seemed to work smoothly and although I volunteered I was able to see a good bunch of talks.

The program looked promising and most of it was quite good. I was told that there will be recordings soon which is also quite remarkable. The video team definitely deserves a round of applause. So does the venue. We were locked up in the upper most floor of the Emporio, which allowed for awesome views over Hamburg. Although I’ve lived in that beautiful city for so long, I didn’t realise one could actually get such a nice view from a conference room. Sometimes it was hard to not get distracted by the views during the talks…

The first talk I attended was given by Paul Stone and he showed us how he reads your browsing history and pixels. This is amazing work. He examplified the significance of these attacks by showing how to obtain the Google+ profile information. His trick was to apply some obscure SVG filters to HTML elements. Based on the amount of time it took to do so, he could deduce whether the pixel was black or white. He leveraged that possibility to read source code by analysing properties of the fonts used and what key pixels exist to tell which character was rendered. So amazing. If you have time to only watch one talk, it should be this one.

The next talk on Burp was given by Nicolas Gregoire. I was not so impressed, because it was mainly a tutorial as to where to click to make it do $things. But I was told by people actually using burp that it was insightful and interesting.

Taras Ivashchenko from Yandex was talking about Content Security Policy (CSP). I was surprised to learn that Yandex have their own browser. And that their bigger service is mail. I thought it was search. The title of the talk promised an answer to the question whether the CSP was actually useful. He didn’t deliver though. But it gave an insight to how a big company with a well used web site deploys CSP. Unfortunately, he couldn’t tell how much effort it actually was and whether it was actually an economical decision.

He reminded us that the CSP was a second line of defense. It’s not a solution to broken code which does not escape properly. It’s merely a parachute to land safely in case you screwed up. I found it interesting that he mentioned ten contexts that one would potentially need to escape for. My conclusion is that JavaScript is probably the worst language to use on the Web as it offers only two escaping functions. And not even for the most important contexts like plain HTML. I’m curious to learn about all ten contexts. Another interesting idea he presented was that CSP may allow inline scripts if they are “signed”. The “signature” was a random string that is shipped with a header and the script element on the page must carry a “nonce” attribute with that random number.

Matryoshka was the theme of Eduardo Vela’s talk. The Google guy showed various hacks, one of them was “wrapping overflow leaks on frames (wolf)”. It was possible to get an idea of the word rendered on a page with mocking around with the page’s width and height. With the information about the dimension you could detect when a scrollbar was placed and hence can find out how wide the wrapped word was. He claimed that especially new performance APIs were going to create a whole lot of privacy related issues. Another problem was the lack of a JSON format validator, he said. Several problems such as deep array parsing would currently exist. If you serialise a big enough array, you could get into trouble, he said.

A great show was delivered by Mario Heiderich talking about the The innerHTML Apocalypse. He compared the three currently distinguished types of Cross-Site scripting (XSS), namely reflected, stored, and DOM-based XSS, with the three horsemen. The fourth horseman, he said, were “mXSS”, mutation-based XSS. Essentially it is circumventing HTML filter libraries by using mutations done by the web browser.

The problem, inappropriately shortened, was that people use “document.write” to inject elements into the DOM instead of using proper DOM APIs. But that is, he claimed, due to convenience. A call to “document.innerHTML” was so much easier than calling out to “createElement”, “addChild”, etc. And it is true. Too bad that, as we’ve learned earlier, using JavaScript is totally inappropriate to write web applications as it cannot even escape for the HTML context. Anyway, the browser is quite relaxed and accepts slightly malformed HTML. It will even do optimisations or transformations for you. Internet Explorer, for example, will happily drop quotes around arguments to HTML tags for you.

To make the long story short: CSS escapes are badly handled in many of the existing escaping libraries. So you could break out of the element’s contexts by cleverly using some CSS escape sequences. Also, SVG should be avoided at all costs. It’s a can of worms, he said. You could do so many evil things within SVG, like executing JavaScript, loading remote resources or accessing attributes.

OWASP AppSec Reseaerch EU 2013 was good fun. The location was absolutely fantastic. Probably the most noble venue I was at to have a conference. The organisation looked flawless and everything seemed to work out smoothly. Thanks for giving me the opportunity to meet great people. I hope to be able to do so for the next conference.

Breaking Multiple Time Pad

A One Time Pad (OTP) is a well known concept in Cryptography. It allows you to encrypt data in a secure manner. In fact, it is proven to be secure. However, the OTP has other issues, i.e. it needs to be as long as the message to be encrypted and it needs to be stored securely. Hence you need to securely store and transmit a secret message that is as long as your plaintext. If you could do that, you could as well transmit the plaintext directly. Another issue is, that you must not use the same pad more than once, because an attacker can retrieve the plaintext by just looking at the transmitted ciphertexts.

Let’s work our way through that problem and actually see, how that works. So we will break a wrongly used One Time Pad.

The OTP works as follows. Suppose you have a message m1 and m2 and a random string k, acting as the OTP, that is at least as long the messages. The encryption of both messages is

c1 = m1 + k
c2 = m2 + k

where + denotes the XOR operation. Note that the k is the very same in both operations.

You might realize, that you can now do

d = c1 + c2 = m1 + k + m2 + k = m1 + m2

as the keys k cancel out under the XOR operation.

So you have the "difference" of the two messages and the claim is, that you can retrieve both, m1 and m2. The idea is, that you know properties of the plaintexts, i.e. them being ASCII encoded English texts, and exploit redundancy in those plaintexts.

And in fact, even two XORed ASCII encoded English texts have enough redundancy that allow you to recover them. Have a look at the following XOR-table. You will see two characters and the hexadecimal result of the XOR operation together with the ASCII value of the result.

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