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Dangerous Sudoers Entries – PART 5: Recapitulation

The following article describes common security issues regarding misconfigured sudoers’ files. The article focuses on a single entry which contains several security issues: hacker10 ALL= (root) /bin/less /var/log/* The article is split into the following five chapters: PART 1: Command Execution PART 2: Insecure Functionality PART 3: Permissions PART 4: Wildcards PART 5: Recapitulation Define […]

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Dangerous Sudoers Entries – PART 4: Wildcards

The following article describes common security issues regarding misconfigured sudoers’ files. The article focuses on a single entry which contains several security issues: hacker10 ALL= (root) /bin/less /var/log/* The article is split into the following five chapters: PART 1: Command Execution PART 2: Insecure Functionality PART 3: Permissions PART 4: Wildcards PART 5:┬áRecapitulation The last […]

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Dangerous Sudoers Entries – PART 3: Permissions

The following article describes common security issues regarding misconfigured sudoers’ files. The article focuses on a single entry which contains several security issues: hacker10 ALL= (root) /bin/less /var/log/* The article is split into the following five chapters: PART 1: Command Execution PART 2: Insecure Functionality PART 3: Permissions PART 4: Wildcards PART 5:┬áRecapitulation Another pitfall […]

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Dangerous Sudoers Entries – PART 2: Insecure Functionality

The following article describes common security issues regarding misconfigured sudoers’ files. The article focuses on a single entry which contains several security issues: hacker10 ALL= (root) /bin/less /var/log/* The article is split into the following five chapters: PART 1: Command Execution PART 2: Insecure Functionality PART 3: Permissions PART 4: Wildcards PART 5:┬áRecapitulation In this […]

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Dangerous Sudoers Entries – PART 1: Command Execution

The following article describes common security issues regarding misconfigured sudoers’ files. The article focuses on a single entry which contains several security issues: hacker10 ALL= (root) /bin/less /var/log/* The article is split into the following five chapters: PART 1: Command Execution PART 2: Insecure Functionality PART 3: Permissions PART 4: Wildcards PART 5:┬áRecapitulation In this […]

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