Android phones rooted by “most serious” Linux escalation bug ever – Ars Technica


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Android phones rooted by “most serious” Linux escalation bug ever
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The technique comes courtesy of a Linux privilege-escalation bug that, as came to light last week, attackers are actively exploiting to hack Web servers and other machines. Dirty Cow, as some people are calling the vulnerability, was introduced into
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