[FASTCGI] Is dissasembly of fcgi files possible?

Gero Oñativia •̪● geronimox at gmail.com
Fri Mar 12 04:08:26 EST 2010


Hi Bryan!
The fcgi file is executed by lighthttp server on the box, and i also have
acces via ssh so i downloaded the executable.
Ill keep reading and searching about dissasemble, i think this is the
correct way to keep going.
Thanks!

.::Gero::.
.:DivideAndConquer.com.ar:.


2010/3/11 Bryan White <nicktook at gmail.com>

> On Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 10:00 PM, Gero Oñativia •̪● <geronimox at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > Hi list, i've purchased a NAS, and it can be administrated via web.
> > All configurations are done sending Get and Post requests to fcgi files
> in
> > cgi-bin folder.
> > Ive detected that the web administration GUI is incomplete, because many
> > options that are not present at the gui can be set manipulating the get
> and
> > post requests.
> >
> > To enhace te features of my nas, im writing a php class to comunicate
> with
> > cgi files of the nas.
> > Bu i think that there are more options to access via POST/GET than i can
> > reverse engeneer from the web admin gui.
> >
> > So the question is.
> > Is there a way to dissasemble or decompile a fcgi file?
> > Ive tryed opening the fcgi files but thay are not readable.
>
> FastCGI apps are just programs, they may have been written in a lot of
> different languages.  Your ability to disassemble them is more or less
> tied to the authors chosen language.  Note: the web interface will
> most likely not give you access to the executable.  For that you will
> need some other type of access to the box such as an SSH login.
>
> --
> Bryan White
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