dirLIST displays files and folders in a given HTTP/FTP directory. It has a wonderful interface with choice of Thumbnail or List view along with gorgeous icons for different file types. Includes a sleek gallery, web based mp3 player, file admin + more

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  • hmmm, Carefull if you are using this, just a search for dirlist exploit in google found a lot, including this http address packetstormsecurity.com/files/115381/dirlist-lfi.txt just try this on your own site by adding it to the url dirLIST_files/gallery_files/show_scaled_image.php?image_path=../index.php fixed it by changing //check if image is smaller than a required dimensions of 584 x 360...in which case just show the image if($image_attribs[0] <= $scaled_width && $image_attribs[1] <= $scaled_height) { readfile($image_path); exit; } to //check if image is smaller than a required dimensions of 584 x 360 and larger than 0 x 0...in which case just show the image if($image_attribs[0] <= $scaled_width && $image_attribs[1] <= $scaled_height && $image_attribs[0] > 0 && $image_attribs[1] >0) { readfile($image_path); exit; }

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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

PHP

Registered

2007-04-26