LFIMAP – Scan For Files Vulnerable To LFI (Local File Inclusion)

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There are some existing tools that deal with LFI vulnerabilities such as fimap the Remote & Local File Inclusion (RFI/LFI) Scanner and inspathx a Tool For Finding Path Disclosure Vulnerabilities (which can lead to the discovery of LFI).

A new simple tool was released recently which focuses purely on LFI attacks.

Functions

  • Automatically find the root of the file system
  • Detect default files outside of the web folder
  • Attempts to detect passwords inside the files
  • Supports basic authentication
  • Can use null byte to bypass some controls
  • Writes a report of the scan to a file

You can download LFIMAP 1.4.3 here:

lfimap-1.4.3.tar.gz

Or read more here.

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