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I'm looking for a linux command to scan through all writable directories on the server and show ones with .php and .html files inside them.

Something like:

find -type d -writable -exec find {} -iname '*.php' -o -iname '*.html' \;

10x!

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  • What does writable mean? User, Group, All? – Trefex Oct 16 '15 at 22:45
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    writable by All – Deian Oct 17 '15 at 7:37
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Use find and uniq together with sudo:

find / -type f -iname '*.php' -execdir sudo -u #UID -- bash -c 'test -w ./ && pwd' ';' |uniq

Replace UID with a non-existent user id, so test -w will only get true from all write permission.

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Simply replace the -writable by -perm

find -type d -perm -a=w  -exec find {} -iname '*.php' -o -iname '*.html' \;

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