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Hacking upload scripts
PostPosted: Mon Aug 03, 2009 8:39 am Reply with quote
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So I've been thinking of a way to hack upload scripts, was wondering if anyone knows if changing the Content-Type of a file would make it possible to get around a simple Content-Type check?

For example if the server checks for types like "application/octet-stream" to filter out people uploading php files, one could just change the type to something they do accept? Would this let you upload your code and run it?

Lastly, how does one change the Content-Type in php. I've briefly looked at it but not sure how I would apply it to be able to upload files. Perhaps if I use libcurl?

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