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Nov
15
answered Web Server Security Overkill?
Oct
27
comment How to exploit data being written to file
@Brian G being forced to write to input.dat isn't an issue alone unless you can pair it with another attack like an LFI vulnerability. Usually being able to write arbitrary files comes up in a directory traversal attack. In short this doesn't sound like a vulnerability.
Oct
27
comment How to exploit data being written to file
@Brian G without any specifics relating to this vulnerably i am posting on how other exploits are able to gain remote code execution by uploading a file.
Oct
27
answered How to exploit data being written to file
Oct
25
awarded  Tumbleweed
Oct
18
accepted Why can't I get a 5.3.3 libphp.so?
Oct
18
comment Why can't I get a 5.3.3 libphp.so?
yeah but i'm not getting a .so! thats the whole point of this post.
Oct
18
comment Why can't I get a 5.3.3 libphp.so?
Thanks, but i don't want to use php-cgi. i want a libphp5.so.
Oct
18
comment Why can't I get a 5.3.3 libphp.so?
I have totally used the --enable-so option before. I just grabbed the latest 5.3.3 source from php.net and its not there, i even tried grepping though the -h looking or .so, so such luck. There is a php-cgi option, but i don't want that.
Oct
18
comment Why can't I get a 5.3.3 libphp.so?
Yeah i have that in my ./configure and i'm not getting a .so file. find . | grep "\.so" doesn't find anything :(
Oct
18
asked Why can't I get a 5.3.3 libphp.so?
Oct
12
answered Securing MySQL Resources?
Oct
11
accepted I just did a chmod -x chmod
Oct
11
asked I just did a chmod -x chmod
Sep
29
comment Can I do a ctrl-z without the process locking up?
and @wzzrd yeah but its not a job, its just a command like firefox.
Sep
28
comment Can I do a ctrl-z without the process locking up?
It says "no such job"
Sep
28
asked Can I do a ctrl-z without the process locking up?
Sep
2
answered Could anyone give me some suggestion about configure secure audit system
Sep
2
comment Break into Windows 7?
-1 i thought you said no exploits? wtf?
Sep
2
comment Break into Windows 7?
@chunkyb2002 well peter m didn't want to use a bootdisk, and he accepted your answer which is just a straight up black hat attack that does the exact same thing. Its really baffling. I think that people just don't understand security at all.