Look for timthumb.php or thumb.php and get its version.

find `pwd` -type f \( -iname thumb.php -or -iname timthumb.php \) -exec grep -HP 'define ?\(.VERSION' {} \;
Good for finding outdated timthumb.php scripts which need to be updated, anything over 2.0 should be secure, below that timthimb is vulnerable and can be used to compromise your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.
Sample Output
root@server [/home/user/public_html]# find `pwd` -type f \( -iname thumb.php -or -iname timthumb.php \) -exec grep -HP 'define ?\(.VERSION' {} \;
/home/user/public_html/domain1/wp-content/themes/arras/library/timthumb.php:define ('VERSION', '1.12');        // version number (to force a cache refresh
/home/user/public_html/domain/wp-content/themes/arras/library/timthumb.php:define ('VERSION', '1.12');        // version number (to force a cache refresh

By: djkee
2011-12-27 11:33:54

What Others Think

Why the backticks (which are evil), and why using pwd(1), when '.' will work just fine? find . -type f ...
atoponce · 494 weeks and 5 days ago

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Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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