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Re: privelege escalation with .bat files
From: Michael Hendrickx <michael () scanit net>
Date: Wed, 26 Apr 2006 10:58:10 +0400

However, its also set up to deny copying (or renaming to) of the following 
file extensions .asp, .com, .cmd, .exe, and .dll. Interestingly, it does
allow .bat files to be written onto the server.

Can't you make a .ASP file through the bat file?  (echo "<%" >
file.asp).  When the bat is executed, it's -I think- done locally, and
the ASP file can be created..  Then you can make a knock-off of
aspcmd.asp or something.

Just a thought,

 Michael Hendrickx, CISSP, SCTA
 Sr Security Engineer
 Scanit FZ / LLC

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