Upload_Bypass is a powerful tool designed to assist Pentesters and Bug Hunters in testing file upload mechanisms. It leverages various bug bounty techniques to simplify the process of identifying and exploiting vulnerabilities, ensuring thorough assessments of web applications.
- Simplifies the identification and exploitation of vulnerabilities in file upload mechanisms.
- Leverages bug bounty techniques to maximize testing effectiveness.
- Enables thorough assessments of web applications.
- Provides an intuitive and user-friendly interface.
- Enhances security assessments and helps protect critical systems.
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Please note that the use of Upload_Bypass and any actions taken with it are solely at your own risk. The tool is provided for educational and testing purposes only. The developer of Upload_Bypass is not responsible for any misuse, damage, or illegal activities caused by its usage.
While Upload_Bypass aims to assist Pentesters and Bug Hunters in testing file upload mechanisms, it is essential to obtain proper authorization and adhere to applicable laws and regulations before performing any security assessments. Always ensure that you have the necessary permissions from the relevant stakeholders before conducting any testing activities.
The results and findings obtained from using Upload_Bypass should be communicated responsibly and in accordance with established disclosure processes. It is crucial to respect the privacy and integrity of the tested systems and refrain from causing harm or disruption.
By using Upload_Bypass, you acknowledge that the developer cannot be held liable for any consequences resulting from its use. Use the tool responsibly and ethically to promote the security and integrity of web applications.
- Webshell mode: The tool will try to upload a Webshell with a random name, and if the user specifies the location of the uploaded file, the tool enters an “Interactive shell”.
- Eicar mode: The tool will try to upload an Eicar(Anti-Malware test file) instead of a Webshell, and if the user specifies the location of the uploaded file, the tool will check if the file uploaded successfully and exists in the system in order to determine if an Anti-Malware is present on the system.
- A directory with the name of the tested host will be created in the Tool’s directory upon success, with the results saved in Excel and Text files.
Download the latest version from Releases page.
pip install -r requirements.txt
The tool will not function properly if the file upload mechanism includes CAPTCHA implementation.
Perhaps in the future the tool will include an OCR.
The Tool is compatible exclusively with output file requests generated by Burp Suite.
Before saving the Burp file, replace the file content with the string *content* and filename.ext with the string *filename* and Content-Type header with *mimetype*(only if the tool is not able to recognize it automatically).
How a request should look before the changes:
How it should look after the changes:
If the tool fails to recognize the mime type automatically, you can add *mimetype* in the parameter’s value of the Content-Type header.
Options: -h, –help
show this help message and exit
-b BURP_FILE, –burp-file BURP_FILE
Required - Read from a Burp Suite file
Usage: -b / --burp-file ~/Desktop/output
-s SUCCESS_MESSAGE, –success SUCCESS_MESSAGE
Required if -f is not set - Provide the success message when a file is uploaded
Usage: -s /--success 'File uploaded successfully.'
-f FAILURE_MESSAGE, –failure FAILURE_MESSAGE
Required if -s is not set - Provide a failure message when a file is uploaded
Usage: -f /--failure 'File is not allowed!'
-e FILE_EXTENSION, –extension FILE_EXTENSION
Required - Provide server backend extension
Usage: -e / --extension php (Supported extensions: php,asp,jsp,perl,coldfusion)
-a ALLOWED_EXTENSIONS, –allowed ALLOWED_EXTENSIONS
Required - Provide allowed extensions to be uploaded
Usage: -a /--allowed jpeg, png, zip, etc'
-l WEBSHELL_LOCATION, –location WEBSHELL_LOCATION
Provide a remote path where the WebShell will be uploaded (won't work if the file will be uploaded with a UUID).
Usage: -l / --location /uploads/
-rl NUMBER, –rate-limit NUMBER
Set rate-limiting with milliseconds between each request.
Usage: -r / --rate-limit 700
-p PROXY_NUM, –proxy PROXY_NUM
Channel the HTTP requests via proxy client (i.e Burp Suite).
Usage: -p / --proxy http://127.0.0.1:8080
If set, the tool will not validate TLS/SSL certificate.
Usage: -S / --ssl
If set, the brute force will continue even if one of the methods gets a hit!
Usage: -C /--continue
If set, an Eicar file(Anti Malware Testfile) will be uploaded only. WebShells will not be uploaded (Suitable for real environments).
Usage: -E / --eicar
If set, details about the test will be printed on the screen
Usage: -v / --verbose
If set, HTTP response will be printed on the screen
Usage: -r / --response
Print the current version of the tool.
Checks for new updates. If there is a new update, it will be downloaded and updated automatically.
Running the tool with Eicar and Bruteforce mode along with a verbose output
python upload_bypass.py -b ~/Desktop/burp_output -s 'file upload successfully!' -e php -a jpeg --response -v --eicar --continue
Running the tool with Webshell mode along with a verbose output
python upload_bypass.py -b ~/Desktop/burp_output -s 'file upload successfully!' -e asp -a zip -v
Running the tool with a Proxy client
python upload_bypass.py -b ~/Desktop/burp_output -s 'file upload successfully!' -e jsp -a png -v --proxy http://127.0.0.1:8080