In march I've published some research related to Just another PHP LFI exploitation method that used the fact that the PHP engine stores (on disk) uploaded files (rfc1867) for a short period of time, even if scripts don't really expect them. The bottom line was that it's easy to exploit it on Windows, but on *nix it wasn't really possible unless some php script leaks certain information (temporary file name). Well, Brett Moore in his paper "LFI with phpinfo() assistance" pointed out that phpinfo() is the thing you want to look for on *nix.

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