I have a blind command injection vulnerability on an embedded device. I have tested ping, reboot and sleep and they work. But whenever there is a forward slash in the input ( / ), the program crashes for some reason. How can I overcome this? Is there anyway i can not use a forward slash for file paths?
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It's possible that a security check is removing the forward slash or you're hitting a restricted shell that simply doesn't allow forward slashes at all.
If it's a security check, try with a double slash (//). If the check isn't recursive, it might remove the first slash and leave the second one.
If it's a restricted shell, then you have to get creative. For example, try using an encoded forward slash as demonstrated at that link.