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i tried to inject php code to roundcube errors log file, with no success. i think there is something filtering injected php code.

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This question will need a lot more detail to be answerable. What was your lab setup (OS & Software versions, network layout, etc.)? Which vulnerability (CVE or other external reference ID would be good) were you trying to exploit? –  Iszi Sep 17 '12 at 12:43
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in addition to @Iszi, what is roundcube? –  schroeder Sep 17 '12 at 14:33
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The short answer is: no. Stored code injection and LFI vulnerabilities are 2 different kinds of vulnerabilities.

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