Posts Tagged ‘UNIX’

SUDO Auth Bypass Vulnerability

Authentication bypass vulnerability has been discovered in sudo utility, the affected versions are Sudo 1.6.0 through 1.7.10p6 and sudo 1.8.0 through 1.8.6p6 inclusive. The security bug allows an attacker with a physical access to run commands without user’s password. UNIX sudo allows user to execute commands with root privilege which mean full administrator privileges on the [...]

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Keep Your Unix-Based System Safe This Summer (Part2)

System monitoring is the most important method for detecting all kinds of Trojans, viruses and any malicious activities on the system. Maintaining control over file integrity can be acheived by installing a tripewire which has the ability to detect changes on each system on which it is installed, checks the integrity of normal binaries and [...]

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