PoC for the CVE-2023-49103


This Python script is designed to efficiently process a large list of URLs to check for the presence of phpinfo() output. It uses multi-threading to handle a large number of URLs concurrently, significantly speeding up the process. The script also features a real-time progress bar to visually track the progress.


  • Python 3.x
  • requests
  • urllib3
  • colorama
  • alive-progress
  • concurrent.futures (part of the standard library in Python 3)


  1. Ensure you have Python 3 installed on your system.
  2. Clone this repository or download the script.
  3. Install the required Python packages:
 pip install requests urllib3 colorama alive-progress


To use the script, you need a text file containing a list of URLs to check. Each URL should be on a new line.

Prepare your URL list: Create a text file (e.g., urls.txt) with each URL on a new line.

Run the script: Use the script with the following command, replacing input_file.txt with your file of URLs and output_file.txt with the desired output file name:

python exploit.py -t input_file.txt -o output_file.txt

View Results: The script will process each URL and output the results to the specified output file. URLs with valid phpinfo() output are logged in this file.

Contributions Feel free to fork this repository or submit pull requests with improvements.

Published by Tamil S

Tamil has a great interest in the fields of Cyber Security, OSINT, and CTF projects. Currently, he is deeply involved in researching and publishing various security tools with Kali Linux Tutorials, which is quite fascinating.

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