How I found SSRF on

Hello World,

Hope you'll are doing well & I know you are reading this post after reading the post title, SSRF on's server? dafaq? seriously?

Trust me the POC is quiet simple, Only thing is I was lucky enough to enumerate & find the domain vulnerable to this attack.

How I found this domain!

I got a WhatsApp message in one of the Cyber Security groups about " Facebook Internal IP Disclosure ". I visited the page to get myself motivated to do some bug hunting. 

To my surprise the website mentioned in the article was hosting a page with Universal Description Discovery and Integration (UDDI) functionality running on Oracle WebLogic web server.

If you guys are aware Weblogic server is known to have been vulnerable to SSRF. I was aware of the known vulnerability as I had encountered it in one of the security assessment done for a client.

Then I had mixed thoughts, facebook would have definitely patched the vulnerability and so on, but what's the harm in trying.

Soon I fired up laptop and the tools to check if the site was vulnerable to SSRF.

Step to reproduce submitted to Facebook.

Step 1 -

Step 2 - Enter any information and capture the request into the proxy tool like burp suit or IronWASP.

Step 3 - The operator parameter must be changed to any Internal IP range or any public IP.

Step 4 - The application server successfully connects to the external IP sent in the operator. This shows external SSRF vulnerability is preset.

Step 5 - To test internal SSRF we input an internal IP range and forward the request. The server will respond with a time delay if the connection is made. 

The time delay in response is around 800-900 milliseconds when the host is up and running.

The time delay in response is 120,000 milliseconds when the host is down.

With this information we can enumerate the Internal infrastructure behind a firewalled environment.

Step 6 - For further understanding. Intercept in IronWasp and browse the page. 

Step 7 - Select the logs and the request made. And select Run Modules on this Request/Response. And select SSRF Exploitation Frame work.

Step 8 - Select the Set Injection Points and select Operator parameter in the body and click on Done.

Step 9 - Select Port Scan or Network Discovery and then we need to input a IP range. 

Step 10 - We can enumerate the Internal IP which are active.

I also submitted a video POC for the vulnerability. 

Facebook accepted the vulnerability and awarded me with a good bounty as I reported the SSRF vulnerability on 2 Hosts. :D

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