log4j-scan is a fully automated, accurate, and extensive scanner for finding vulnerable log4j hosts.
- Support for lists of URLs.
- Fuzzing for more than 60 HTTP request headers (not only 3-4 headers as previously seen tools).
- Fuzzing for HTTP POST Data parameters.
- Fuzzing for JSON data parameters.
- Supports DNS callback for vulnerability discovery and validation.
- WAF Bypass payloads.
There is a patch bypass on Log4J v2.15.0 that allows a full RCE. FullHunt added community support for log4j-scan to reliably detect CVE-2021-45046. If you’re having difficulty discovering and scanning your infrastructure at scale or keeping up with the Log4J threat, please get in touch at (email@example.com).
We have been researching the Log4J RCE (CVE-2021-44228) since it was released, and we worked in preventing this vulnerability with our customers. We are open-sourcing an open detection and scanning tool for discovering and fuzzing for Log4J RCE CVE-2021-44228 vulnerability. This shall be used by security teams to scan their infrastructure for Log4J RCE, and also test for WAF bypasses that can result in achieving code execution on the organization’s environment.
It supports DNS OOB callbacks out of the box, there is no need to set up a DNS callback server.
$ python3 log4j-scan.py -h
[•] CVE-2021-44228 – Apache Log4j RCE Scanner
[•] Scanner provided by FullHunt.io – The Next-Gen Attack Surface Management Platform.
[•] Secure your External Attack Surface with FullHunt.io.
usage: log4j-scan.py [-h] [-u URL] [-p PROXY] [-l USEDLIST] [–request-type REQUEST_TYPE] [–headers-file HEADERS_FILE] [–run-all-tests] [–exclude-user-agent-fuzzing]
[–wait-time WAIT_TIME] [–waf-bypass] [–custom-waf-bypass-payload CUSTOM_WAF_BYPASS_PAYLOAD] [–test-CVE-2021-45046]
[–dns-callback-provider DNS_CALLBACK_PROVIDER] [–custom-dns-callback-host CUSTOM_DNS_CALLBACK_HOST] [–disable-http-redirects]
-h, –help show this help message and exit
-u URL, –url URL Check a single URL.
-p PROXY, –proxy PROXY
send requests through proxy
-l USEDLIST, –list USEDLIST
Check a list of URLs.
Request Type: (get, post) – [Default: get].
Headers fuzzing list – [default: headers.txt].
–run-all-tests Run all available tests on each URL.
Exclude User-Agent header from fuzzing – useful to bypass weak checks on User-Agents.
Wait time after all URLs are processed (in seconds) – [Default: 5].
–waf-bypass Extend scans with WAF bypass payloads.
Test with custom WAF bypass payload.
Test using payloads for CVE-2021-45046 (detection payloads).
DNS Callback provider (Options: dnslog.cn, interact.sh) – [Default: interact.sh].
Custom DNS Callback Host.
Disable HTTP redirects. Note: HTTP redirects are useful as it allows the payloads to have a higher chance of reaching vulnerable systems.
Scan a Single URL
$ python3 log4j-scan.py -u https://log4j.lab.secbot.local
Scan a Single URL using all Request Methods: GET, POST (url-encoded form), POST (JSON body)
$ python3 log4j-scan.py -u https://log4j.lab.secbot.local --run-all-tests
Discover WAF bypasses against the environment.
$ python3 log4j-scan.py -u https://log4j.lab.secbot.local –waf-bypass
Scan a list of URLs
$ python3 log4j-scan.py -l urls.txt
$ pip3 install -r requirements.txt
git clone https://github.com/fullhunt/log4j-scan.git
sudo docker build -t log4j-scan .
sudo docker run -it –rm log4j-scan
With URL list “urls.txt” in current directory
docker run -it –rm -v $PWD:/data log4j-scan -l /data/urls.txt