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V5 - Validation/Sanitization

Remote Code Execution


Follow these steps while exploiting the vulnerability:

- Rename the following php webshell to test.php.jpg

- While uploading the file, intercept the request

- Keep content type as image/jpg and change file name to test.php

- Open the file and execute commands

Note: this is for the Windows environment. There are so many scenarios, this one is specific for Windows environment for PHP shell upload. Please be aware that this is only 1 attack scenario for this vulnerability.





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