In this tutorial, I will be demonstrating some basics for Metasploit against Manage Engine Desktop Central 9. MEDC9 is installed on Metasploitable3 by default.
nmap -sV -p- 192.168.2.66
After a quick scan and some trial and error, I found that the Manage Engine website is running on port 8383.
Manage Engine Website
As we can see there port8383 is the web interface for Desktop Central.
After a quick search online I was able to find that the default credentials are Admin/Admin. After trying this login, I am now able to log into the web interface.
Since we already know this is an outdated commercial software we can find a Metasploit exploit while searching on Exploit-DB.com
We can start Metasploit by using the msfconsole command from any terminal window.
Once we are in Metasploit, we can search for “fileuploadservlet” which we found on the Exploit-DB website.
Now we need to select the exploit, and we can view the options that we need to configure.
set rhost 192.168.2.66
With the exploit configured now, we can execute.
After executing the exploit, we now have a meterpreter shell.
After dropping down to a shell session, we can verify that we are running as system level permissions on the metasploitable3 machine.