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Re: URGENT: Update to ld.so advisory
From: nolander () WEBSERVICES SE (The Nolander)
Date: Fri, 18 Jul 1997 19:00:41 +0200
I looked through the source to check if there was to see if there
was any variable there that could be used to gain immediate root-access
on all Linux-systems, but found none...
Havn't found any other way to gain immediate root-access with this one,
w/o another bug being present to trash a library 'n then start a static
shell and put the lib there again...
or ofcourse, the system can have old libraries for new files... but I
guess that isn't very usual ;)
or if there's a way to use another cache-file...
Well.. If anyone have anyone has gotten another answer in their search,
then please let us (or atleast me ;)) know.. =)
Btw... While looking through the source I found an overflow for LD_PRELOAD
on the same line..... perhaps it's a remote vuln. for old dists who has
the old 'libroot' bug...
- Re: URGENT: Update to ld.so advisory The Nolander (Jul 18)