This extension detects NGINX alias traversal due to misconfiguration.
The technique is based on Orange Tsai's BlackHat USA 2018 Presentation
A server is assumed to be vulnerable if a request to an existing path like `https://example.com/static../` returns 403. To eliminate false positives the misconfiguration has to be confirmed by successfully requesting an existing resource via path traversal. This is done as follows:
For the URL https://example.com/folder1/folder2/static/main.css it generates the following links:
https://example.com/folder1../folder1/folder2/static/main.css https://example.com/folder1../%s/folder2/static/main.css https://example.com/folder1/folder2../folder2/static/main.css https://example.com/folder1/folder2../%s/static/main.css https://example.com/folder1/folder2/static../static/main.css https://example.com/folder1/folder2/static../%s/main.css
Where `%s` are common directories used in alias paths based on around 9500 nginx configuration files from GH (thanks @TomNomNom), see directories.txt.
|Last updated||20 November 2018|
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