A souped-up version of the Apache printenv script for hard-core server environment debuggery.

#!/bin/sh
echo -e "Content-type: text/plainnn"
...
  __T "CURRENT PROCESS CMDLINE"
  {
   for p in `echo /proc/[0-9]*/cmdline`;
   do
    pid=${p:6:$((${#p}-13))}
    [[ $pid == $PPID || $pid == $$ ]] && continue;
    __M "[ /proc/$pid ]";
    sed 's/x00/ /g;G' $p 2>/dev/null
   done
  }
 fi

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If you have a php.cgi or php.ini file in your /cgi-bin/ directory or other pub directory, try requesting them from your web browser. If your php.ini shows up or worse you are able to execute your php cgi, you'll need to secure it ASAP. This shows several ways to secure these files, and other interpreters like perl, fastCGI, bash, csh, etc.

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