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HTML Smuggling

Description from ATT&CK

Adversaries may smuggle data and files past content filters by hiding malicious payloads inside of seemingly benign HTML files. HTML documents can store large binary objects known as JavaScript Blobs (immutable data that represents raw bytes) that can later be constructed into file-like objects. Data may also be stored in Data URLs, which enable embedding media type or MIME files inline of HTML documents. HTML5 also introduced a download attribute that may be used to initiate file downloads.(Citation: HTML Smuggling Menlo Security 2020)(Citation: Outlflank HTML Smuggling 2018)

Adversaries may deliver payloads to victims that bypass security controls through HTML Smuggling by abusing JavaScript Blobs and/or HTML5 download attributes. Security controls such as web content filters may not identify smuggled malicious files inside of HTML/JS files, as the content may be based on typically benign MIME types such as text/plain and/or text/html. Malicious files or data can be obfuscated and hidden inside of HTML files through Data URLs and/or JavaScript Blobs and can be deobfuscated when they reach the victim (i.e. Deobfuscate/Decode Files or Information), potentially bypassing content filters.

For example, JavaScript Blobs can be abused to dynamically generate malicious files in the victim machine and may be dropped to disk by abusing JavaScript functions such as msSaveBlob.(Citation: HTML Smuggling Menlo Security 2020)(Citation: MSTIC NOBELIUM May 2021)(Citation: Outlflank HTML Smuggling 2018)(Citation: nccgroup Smuggling HTA 2017)

Atomic Tests

Atomic Test #1 - HTML Smuggling Remote Payload

The HTML file will download an ISO file from T1553.005 without userinteraction. The HTML file is based off of the work from Stan Hegt

Supported Platforms: windows

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Attack Commands: Run with powershell!


Cleanup Commands:

$user = [System.Environment]::UserName; Remove-Item -Path C:\Users\$user\Downloads\FeelTheBurn.iso

Dependencies: Run with powershell!

Description: T1027_006_remote.html must exist on disk at specified at PathToAtomicsFolder\T1027.006\bin\T1027_006_Remote.html

Check Prereq Commands:

if (Test-Path PathToAtomicsFolder\T1027.006\bin\T1027_006_Remote.html) { exit 0} else { exit 1}

Get Prereq Commands:

New-Item -Type Directory "PathToAtomicsFolder\T1027.006\bin\" -ErrorAction ignore | Out-Null
Invoke-WebRequest "" -OutFile "PathToAtomicsFolder\T1027.006\bin\T1027_006_Remote.html"