This Linux Vulnerability could get you a root terminal in a snap | Nimbuspwn Vulnerability

Microsoft has identified multiple vulnerabilities, referred to as Nimbuspwn, that may let a hacker attain root access on many Linux desktop endpoints. The flaws can be chained together to give hackers unrestricted root access and the ability to deploy malicious payloads like a backdoor or malware.

The vulnerabilities are tracked as CVE-2022–29799 and CVE-2022–29800 are directory traversal, symlink race, and time-of-check-time-of-use race condition vulnerabilities that could…

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