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Is exploit different from the kernel level or root?

If you have root privileges, the main reasons you might attack the kernel are: To break out of a chroot() To break out of a namespace (e.g. container) To bypass kernel-enforced restrictions designed ...
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Abusing Shell Feature for Privilege Escalation

The decompiled suid-env2 code is undefined8 main(void) { setresuid(0,0,0); setresgid(0,0,0); system("/usr/sbin/service apache2 start"); return 0; } Seems the target executable has ...
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