codeand run it through the
eval()function without any input sanitization:
eval()function evaluates the contents as php code, which means we can provide any php code as an argument. The code injection would look like this:
system('id');. For multi-line system commands, use
python SimpleHTTPServeror similar to transfer exploits, make sure that isn't running on the same port.
getsystem, or you want to use local Metasploit exploits once you've connected to the remote machine.
.plextension, but worked fine when I used a
.cgiextension. Setting correct permissions using
chmod 755 [file]may have also helped.
msfvenomto generate a non-staged payload that can be caught by a netcat listener:
/exploit/multi/handleris allowed on the OSCP exam, but this isn't much of an advantage if you can't use Meterpreter or Metasploit's local exploits. But if you don't have a lot of space for the payload, staging it is an option.
Ctrl + Zto background the reverse shell, then in your local machine run:
Enterfor a fully interactive reverse shell.
Ctrl + Z, go to your local machine and run:
48 120, return to your victim machine’s shell and run:
.aspxpayload, as described above. You can also attempt to upload nc.exe (remember to set
binarymode if you use ftp), then run: