Poison Null Bytes don't work for me.

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Poison Null Bytes don't work for me.

Post by 00011100 on Thu Feb 02, 2012 9:50 am
([msg=64086]see Poison Null Bytes don't work for me.[/msg])

So I was reading some about poison null bytes and decided to try it out on my own computer.

I made a bawrl.txt and a bawrl.html and gave them contents that identify their extension and I made this script:
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print "Content-type: text/plain\n\n";

my $url=$ENV{"QUERY_STRING"}.".txt";
print "$url \n";
open (FILE ,"$url");
while (<FILE>) {
        print $_;

Which is ment to be vulnerable to poison null bytes.

Then I called it with this url from Firefox :
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I was expecting that it would open bawrl.html, but it doesn't. What is also weird is that it outputs 2 different things when I call it twice in a row.

It either outputs this:
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or this:
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So sometimes it ignores the zero byte but adds what comes after that and sometimes it does add the %00.

I'm a little confused can someone tell me what is going on , please?
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