Exploiting Command Injection

With a real-world example:

Command Injection is an injection vulnerability where attackers can execute system commands bypassing input through the input fields of the application. This vulnerability occurs because the application is passing unsanitized and unsafe inputs to the system commands.

The application allows users to run some of the specific commands online such as ping and…

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