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  1. /* * JBoss JMXInvokerServlet Remote Command Execution * JMXInvoker.java v0.3 - Luca Carettoni @_ikki * * This code exploits a common misconfiguration in JBoss Application Server (4.x, 5.x, ...). * Whenever the JMX Invoker is exposed with the default configuration, a malicious "MarshalledInvocation" * serialized Java object allows to execute arbitrary code. This exploit works even if the "Web-Console" * and the "JMX Console" are protected or disabled. * * [FAQ] * * Q: Is my target vulnerable? * A: If http://<target>:8080/invoker/JMXInvokerServlet exists, it's likely exploitabl
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