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PHP as many other languages allow the inclution of files in order to provide or extend the functionality of the current file.
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Vulnerabilities Table of Contents

Description

PHP, as many other languages, allows the inclution of files in order to provide or extend the functionality of the current file.

Risk Factors

TBD


Examples

<?PHP include '/path/filename.php'; include_once 'path/filename.class.php'; require '../path/filename.inc'; require_once 'filename.inc.php'; ?>

Related Attacks

  • Remote file inclusion using variables from the request POST or GET


Related Vulnerabilities

Related Controls


Related Technical Impacts


References

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