This is usually /sbin/init and will have the PID of 1. This can be achieved with the following two lines inserted inside the initrd’s init script just before the root switch is executed:. Our main aim in using the LD_PRELOAD method is to inject a shared object into the first binary that is executed on the freshly decrypted root filesystem. Because the filesystem changes it is also necessary to copy the shared object to the new filesystem at an appropriate time (post decryption). To do this, the easiest method is to just modify the init script to export this environment variable so that it is set when the pivot_root occurs. To perform our specific attack we chose to implement an LD_PRELOAD based bootkit due to the ease of development, but the same theory can be applied to injecting a malicious kernel module or other persistent binary.
The second issue is with LD_PRELOAD. The easiest way to bypass this is to move the init binary to a different location, and insert our own shell script in its place, which ends by executing the original binary. Note that this injection is into the initrd’s pid 1, not the eventual root filesystems pid 1. The reason we obtain this injection point is to help us with issue three. As we are not modifying a shell script, and we cannot pass environment variables to this process (as it is called by the kernel), it becomes tricky to load our shared object. Only 2 lines are required, the first to export LD_PRELOAD, and the second is to execute the original systemd binary.
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As the clearenv() function is only called once in this process (the time we want to break it anyway), this modification will not cause any side effects. Our version of the clearenv() function will remove all environment variables, and inject our LD_PRELOAD variable into the environment. The third issue is that before calling the switch-root command, the systemd environment clears out all environment variables using the clearenv() function. As this function is part of the standard library, it is possible for us to override this function so the injected process calls our function rather than the original. Because we do not care about actually clearing out the environment variables, we do not do a very thorough job.
In the case of Debian initrds, the password is piped between the executable that asks the user for their password and the executable that decrypts and mounts the root filesystem. We can just inject our own script in process pipeline to save the password as well as passing it on.
The final, and most secure option would be to extend SecureBoot into the initrd. As above, there will still be a potential for attack if the attacker is able to flash the BIOS/UEFI to disable secureboot. As it stands, SecureBoot is able to verify from the bootloader to the kernel inclusive, but it stops short of the initrd. If this can be extended to also verify a signed initrd then it would be difficult to modify anything on the /boot partition without being detected.
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I wrote a brotli. One thing that initially withhold. Curious how many HTTPS users also deploy Brotli compression instead of Gzip to reduce. One thing that initially withhold me was the fact I had to turn off gzip to let brotli. True for CentOS servers indeed I also precompress where possible.
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This is not a CentOS problem. Man tar look at the following options:-C–strip-components.