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Single Packet Authorization and Amazon's Elastic Cloud (EC2) Service

Par CipherDyne Security
Le [2009-05-27] à 01:50:05



Présentation : Digg Single Packet Authorization on Amazon EC2 SPA for Amazon EC2 service Recently on the fwknop mailing list, Mark V asked whether Single Packet Authorization is compatible with virtual Linux instances in Amazon's Elastic Cloud (EC2) computing service. After signing up for an account and running a few tests, it turns out that fwknop can function properly on an EC2 instance and wrap an SPA hardening layer around SSHD. The Amazon online documentation on how to access Linux instances over SSH recommends adding new rules for each IP source address you want to use to access SSHD, which can become tiresome if you are on a network running DHCP. With fwknop, you don't need to do any such thing - you can access SSHD via SPA from anywhere, and anyone else scanning for SSHD on the instance can't even tell that it is listening. To re-create the steps listed in this blog post, it is necessary to have signed up for an EC2 account and to have created an SSH keypair so that instances can be launched from the command tools provided by Amazon. For this post, all commands on the fwknop client side are executed on an Ubuntu 8.04 system to gain access into the Amazon cloud. First, let's launch a new virtual instance of Fedora 8 (the command ec2-describe-images -o self -o amazon can be used to find instance identifiers for Fedora 8 systems): [ubuntu]$ ec2-run-instances ami-abcd1234 -k cdyne-keypair RESERVATION r-abcd1234 111111114274 default INSTANCE i-abcd1234 ami-abcd1234 pending cdyne-keypair 0 m1.small 2008-11-07T20:18:43+0000 us-east-1c aki-abcd1234 ari-abcd1234 [ubuntu]$ ec2-describe-instances i-abcd1234 RESERVATION r-abcd1234 111111114274 default INSTANCE i-abcd1234 ami-abcd1234 ec2-70-100-249-20.compute-1.amazonaws.com domU-12-31-00-00-00-00.compute-1.internal running cdyne-keypair 0 m1.small 2008-11-07T20:18:43+0000 us-east-1c aki-abcd1234 ari-abcd1234 Now, we allow SSH access temporarily from the Ubuntu IP address (which will be managed by fwknop after we get it installed and set up instead). We also allow all UDP packets over port 62201 through from any IP since this is the default port and protocol used by fwknop to send SPA packets, and we need such packets to reach far enough into the cloud so that it will be seen by the fwknopd sniffer running on the Fedora 8 instance: [ubuntu]$ ec2-authorize default -p 22 -s 123.1.1.1/32 GROUP default PERMISSION default ALLOWS tcp 22 22 FROM CIDR 123.1.1.1/32 [ubuntu]$ ec2-authorize default -P udp -p 62201 GROUP default PERMISSION default ALLOWS udp 62201 62201 We can now log into the instance as root: [ubuntu]$ ssh -i cdyne-keypair root@ec2-70-100-249-20.compute-1.amazonaws.com The authenticity of host 'ec2-70-100-249-20.compute-1.amazonaws.com (70.100.249.20)' can't be established. RSA key fingerprint is 2a:aa:aa:c9:6f:aa:aa:aa:a0:48:7d:db:d6:aa:aa:aa. Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)? yes Warning: Permanently added 'ec2-70-100-249-20.compute-1.amazonaws.com, 70.100.249.20' (RSA) to the list of known hosts. __| __|_ ) Fedora 8 _| ( / 32-bit ___|\___|___| Welcome to an EC2 Public Image :-) Base --[ see /etc/ec2/release-notes ]-- We have a shiny new EC2 instance running Fedora 8. For fwknop to run properly, we'll need the perl-devel and libpcap-devel packages installed, and then we'll install fwknop (some output below has been abbreviated) and configure the /etc/fwknop/access.conf file for SPA access to SSHD. We also add iptables rules to allow packets that are part of established connection through, and drop all other attempts to communicate with SSHD. Finally, we start fwknopd: [root@domU-12-31-00-00-00-00 ~]# yum install perl-devel libpcap-devel [root@domU-12-31-00-00-00-00 ~]# cd /usr/local/src/ [root@domU-12-31-00-00-00-00 src]# wget http://www.cipherdyne.org/fwknop/download/fwknop-1.9.9-pre7.tar.gz [root@domU-12-31-00-00-00-00 src]# tar xfz fwknop-1.9.9-pre7.tar.gz [root@domU-12-31-00-00-00-00 src]# cd fwknop-1.9.9-pre7 [root@domU-12-31-00-00-00-00 fwknop-1.9.9-pre7]# ./install.pl [...] [+] It appears that the following network interfaces are attached to the system: eth0 lo Which network interface would you like fwknop to sniff packets from? eth0 [root@domU-12-31-00-00-00-00 ~]# cat /etc/fwknop/access.conf SOURCE: ANY; OPEN_PORTS: tcp/22; KEY: thisisatestkey; FW_ACCESS_TIMEOUT: 30; [root@domU-12-31-00-00-00-00 ~]# iptables -F [root@domU-12-31-00-00-00-00 ~]# iptables -A INPUT -m state --state ESTABLISHED,RELATED -j ACCEPT [root@domU-12-31-00-00-00-00 ~]# iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 22 -j DROP [root@domU-12-31-00-00-00-00 ~]# /etc/init.d/fwknop start Starting fwknopd: [ OK ] In the installation of fwknop above, we selected eth0 as the Ethernet interface that fwknopd sniffs for SPA packets, and then we configured the /etc/fwknop/access.conf file with a symmetric key for SPA access to SSHD over TCP port 22. Also, with iptables now deployed to drop SSH communications, we cannot even see that SSHD is listening under an nmap scan: [ubuntu]$ nmap -P0 -p 22 -sT ec2-70-100-249-20.compute-1.amazonaws.com Starting Nmap 4.53 ( http://insecure.org ) at 2008-11-08 01:33 EST Interesting ports on ec2-70-100-249-20.compute-1.amazonaws.com (70.100.249.20): PORT STATE SERVICE 22/tcp filtered ssh This is where fwknop comes in. After running the fwknop client and typing the shared encryption key, we can now access the Fedora 8 instance with SSH: [ubuntu]$ fwknop -A tcp/22 -a 123.1.1.1 -D ec2-70-100-249-20.compute-1.amazonaws.com [+] Starting fwknop client (SPA mode)... [+] Resolving hostname: ec2-70-100-249-20.compute-1.amazonaws.com [+] Enter an encryption key. This key must match a key in the file /etc/fwknop/access.conf on the remote system. Encryption Key: [+] Building encrypted Single Packet Authorization (SPA) message... [+] Packet fields: Random data: 9189958885117496 Username: mbr Timestamp: 1226119984 Version: 1.9.9-pre7 Type: 1 (access mode) Access: 123.1.1.1,tcp/22 SHA256 digest: EPOjHE2ANS3Fe3MHxDpok13qHDGbYziFiohv6CyHQXs [+] Sending 161 byte message to 70.100.249.20 over udp/62201... [ubuntu]$ ssh -i cdyne-keypair root@ec2-70-100-249-20.compute-1.amazonaws.com __| __|_ ) Fedora 8 _| ( / 32-bit ___|\___|___| Welcome to an EC2 Public Image :-) Base In his original post, Mark had suggested a tighter level of integration with Amazon's EC2 service by building in some notion of instance identifiers into SPA communications. With the basic network access now validated and SPA in its raw form demonstrated to be compatible with EC2, additional integration points can be achieved. Incidentally, port knocking would also be compatible with the EC2 service, but I would not recommend using it because port knocking would look like a port scan to any IDS that Amazon may have deployed to monitor the cloud network. With SPA, only a single packet with an encrypted payload is involved, and this is unlikely to trigger an IDS alarm.




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