Commands by djkee (2)

  • Good for finding outdated timthumb.php scripts which need to be updated, anything over 2.0 should be secure, below that timthimb is vulnerable and can be used to compromise your website. Show Sample Output


    -3
    find `pwd` -type f \( -iname thumb.php -or -iname timthumb.php \) -exec grep -HP 'define ?\(.VERSION' {} \;
    djkee · 2011-12-27 11:33:54 1
  • Shows the size of the directory the command is ran in. The size is in MB and GB. There is no need to type the path, its the current working directory. Show Sample Output


    0
    du -sh `pwd`
    djkee · 2011-10-30 08:47:23 0

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