Exploiting SUDO for Linux privilege escalation


Abusing SUDO for fun and profit! The SUDO (Substitute User and Do) command allows users to delegate privileges resources: users can execute specific commands under other users (also root) using their own passwords instead of user’s one or without password depending upon setting in /etc/sudoers file. For more information about sudoers configuration, please refers to…

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