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Re: Getting root, the hard way
From: andrew wiggin <end3er () gmail com>
Date: Thu, 6 Jan 2011 13:37:02 +0100

you should try with this one instead, it is more stable:

/*
 * Linux Kernel SUID_PERM to root exploit
 *
 * Usage:
 *  gcc -w suid-to-root.c -o suid-to-root
 *  sudo chown root.root suid-to-root
 *  sudo chmod +s suid-to-root
 *  ./suid-to-root
 *
 *  This exploit is NOT stable:
 *   It does not work when you don't have sudo for example
 *   But you can easily port it with "su -c" !!!
 *
 */
#include <stdlib.h>
const char* args[] = {"/bin/sh", "-i", NULL};
int main() { setuid(0); execve("/bin/sh", args, NULL); }

On 1/5/11, Григорий Братислава <musntlive () gmail com> wrote:
 * Usage:
 * gcc -w caps-to-root.c -o caps-to-root
 * sudo setcap cap_sys_admin+ep caps-to-root
 * ./caps-to-root


Is further you fail because why see above:

 * sudo setcap cap_sys_admin+ep caps-to-root

Is I had sudo for why I has to run this code when I can sudo su. Is
you must change advisory to "это пиздец!! Lame Race Condition for You
Is Already Has Root"

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