-3
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1answer
66 views

Feedback Form Exploitation possible or not? [on hold]

how an attacker can exploit the below provided feedback form in a company website containing the company’s domain? the feedback form does not store data into a database. The server side code only ...
3
votes
1answer
91 views

Does FCGId use environment variables? (Or is it a possible attack vector for CVE-2014-6271/7169?)

According to Red Hat httpd (attack vector): CGI scripts are likely affected by this issue: when a CGI script is run by the web server, it uses environment variables to pass data to the ...
1
vote
2answers
580 views

Was I a victim of an “Apache PHP Remote Exploit” attack?

I have a server in my computer for testing purposes, accessible from the outside. I was reviewing the access.log file, and I saw 89.187.33.50 - - [29/Mar/2014:03:39:01 +0100] "HEAD / HTTP/1.0" 200 - ...
1
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1answer
147 views

WordPress Private Expoit? [closed]

I have a friend who said he has a private exploit for all WordPress ran websites. I asked him to take down my private blog, to see if it is real. He couldn't do it. I tried to get some more ...
8
votes
2answers
2k views

Exploiting PHP via GET params

To be clear, this is in the interest of ethical testing to secure an application on behalf of my work. Now that that's out of the way, here are the details: Un-sanitised GET params are used in a ...
4
votes
1answer
326 views

Exploited by newbie3viLc063s

My debian server got exploited by some scriptiekiddie who used Newbie3viLc063 http://pastebin.com/jma8JRG1 . Scriptkiddie uploaded logo_php.png to my server (My permissions sucked :s) and he did run ...
2
votes
2answers
559 views

how to bypass “header” in php

While reading an article I encounter an interesting thing I did not know about: if(!isset($_SESSION['usr_id']) || !isset($_SESSION['usr_name'])) { header('Location: index.php'); } ...Which ...
1
vote
5answers
740 views

Site backdoor & eval()

I'm running a Joomla 1.7 site which was hacked today. Below script did the hack. ...
1
vote
6answers
5k views

Use PHP to check uploaded image file for malware?

I want my users to be able to upload a photo. Currently I am not checking the uploaded photo for problems of any kind, although I do limit the size to 32k. Is there any way for me to check uploaded ...
4
votes
2answers
1k views

What exploit types do I need to protect against in PHP?

I recently learned that apparently, it is common for people to attempt SQL injections using the HTTP referrer in PHP. What other inputs do I need to protect against? I am currently "cleaning up" ...
1
vote
1answer
88 views

sigsegv in php5.3.10

I found an overflow situation in php5.3.10. Probably it's not 'something new', but if I can understand this, it will help me to find this kind of bug faster in the future. What can I do to check ...
2
votes
1answer
248 views

Is it safe to invoke PHP GD functions if you don't know whether file is a valid image?

There is image upload function in web application. After image is uploaded, it's resized using functions from PHP GD like imagecopyresampled and others. Before invocation of PHP GD's functions there ...
7
votes
3answers
13k views

How can I use this path bypass/exploit Local File Inclusion?

I have tried to run a vulnerability scanning script (Uniscan 6.0) on some websites and then I found a site which is exploitable with this following path. (included a word "invalid" , params/website ...
2
votes
1answer
923 views

Help in understanding a PHP exploit code found on a wordpress application

I've found this code in base 64 on all php files of one of my client's sites (wordpress) and I'm trying to understand what it does. I'm also trying to figure out if it was an application exploit or a ...