Linux Privilege Escalation – Exploiting Capabilities

Linux Privilege Escalation – Exploiting Capabilities

Capabilities in Linux are special attributes that can be allocated to processes, binaries, services and users and they can allow them specific privileges that are normally reserved for root-level actions, such as being able to intercept network traffic or mount/unmount file systems. If misconfigured, these could allow an attacker to elevate their privileges to root.

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