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Turbo Intruder JSON Fuzzing Example using JSONAccessor
# JSON Fuzz Proof of Concept using JSONAccessor
# Author: Evan Custodio (@defparam)
#
# MIT License
# Copyright 2021 Evan Custodio
#
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#
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import json
from copy import deepcopy
import random
def queueRequests(target, wordlists):
engine = RequestEngine(endpoint=target.endpoint)
# Take the request and parse it into a headers + body (assuming JSON body)
headers, body = JSONAccessor.parse_into_parts(target.req)
# Create a JSONAccessor Object
JA = JSONAccessor(body)
# Iterate through each value/index in the JSON
for JSON_Value, JSON_Index in JA:
JA.initialize() # Call initialize to reset the internal JSON structure
# If the value type is a string, append a quote mark
if type(JSON_Value) == str:
JA[JSON_Index] = JSON_Value + "'"
# If the value type is an int, change it to -1
if type(JSON_Value) == int:
JA[JSON_Index] = -1
# Build an HTTP request with the mutated JSON providing the headers
test_request = JA.request(headers)
# Send out the test
engine.queue(test_request)
def handleResponse(req, interesting):
table.add(req)
# The JSONAccessor Class
#
# This class is the main JSON Parser which parses input JSON and provides
# the ability to access and modify a JSON structure as a flat list or iterator
class JSONAccessor:
def __init__(self, content):
self._d = json.loads(content)
self._d_initial = deepcopy(self._d)
self._i = 0
self._ind = 0
self._getval = None
self._size = self._countdict(self._d)
@staticmethod
def parse_into_parts(request):
tokens = request.split('\r\n\r\n')
headers = tokens[0]
body = ('\r\n\r\n').join(tokens[1:])
return (headers, body,)
def request(self, headers):
return headers + "\r\n\r\n" + str(self)
def initialize(self):
self._d = deepcopy(self._d_initial)
def _iterlist(self,l,ind,set=None):
for x in range(len(l)):
item = l[x]
if type(item) == dict:
self._iterdict(item,ind,set)
elif type(item) == list:
self._iterlist(item,ind,set)
else:
if self._i == ind:
self._getval = item
if set != None:
l[x] = set
self._i += 1
if self._getval != None:
return
def _iterdict(self,d,ind,set=None):
for key in d.keys():
item = d[key]
if type(item) == dict:
self._iterdict(item,ind,set)
elif type(item) == list:
self._iterlist(item,ind,set)
else:
if self._i == ind:
self._getval = item
if set != None:
d[key] = set
self._i += 1
if self._getval != None:
return
def _countlist(self,l):
for item in l:
if type(item) == dict:
self._countdict(item)
elif type(item) == list:
self._countlist(item)
else:
self._i += 1
def _countdict(self,d):
for key in d.keys():
item = d[key]
if type(item) == dict:
self._countdict(item)
elif type(item) == list:
self._countlist(item)
else:
self._i += 1
return self._i
def __iter__(self):
self._ind = 0
return self
def next(self):
if self._ind == len(self):
raise StopIteration
else:
ret = self[self._ind], self._ind
self._ind += 1
return ret
def __len__(self):
return self._size
def __repr__(self):
return str(self._d)
def __setitem__(self, key, value):
self._i = 0
self._getval = None
self._iterdict(self._d, key, value)
def __getitem__(self, key):
self._i = 0
self._getval = None
self._iterdict(self._d, key)
return self._getval
def __str__(self):
return json.dumps(self._d)
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