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PHP tag <?php get filtered to <--?php
PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 12:56 am Reply with quote
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Hi, found a vulnerable form which stores html and js in the database and displays the output in a part of the webpage. I have tried injecting php code using <?php but the output in the pages source is <--?php (like a comment).

I would like to ask which is responsible for that. Apache? Mysql? Also is there a way to bypass it? I have tried encoding the "<" with no luck.

Thanks
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Re: PHP tag <?php get filtered to <--?php
PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 9:37 pm Reply with quote
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Panic_Mode wrote:
Hi, found a vulnerable form which stores html and js in the database and displays the output in a part of the webpage. I have tried injecting php code using <?php but the output in the pages source is <--?php (like a comment).

I would like to ask which is responsible for that. Apache? Mysql? Also is there a way to bypass it? I have tried encoding the "<" with no luck.

Thanks


You can not execute php code by simply entering it into a form, unless the site is using 'eval' or including the code you input.
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