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  1. A buffer overflow in the DtPrinterAction::PrintActionExists() function in the Common Desktop Environment 2.3.0 and earlier, as used in Oracle Solaris 10 1/13 (Update 11) and earlier, allows local users to gain root privileges via a long printer name passed to dtprintinfo by a malicious lpstat program. View the full article
  2. NSClient++ version 0.5.2.35 suffers from a privilege escalation vulnerability. View the full article
  3. The hardened VirtualBox process on a Windows host does not secure its COM interface leading to arbitrary code injection and elevation of privilege. View the full article
  4. This Metasploit module attempts to gain root privileges by exploiting a vulnerability in the staprun executable included with SystemTap version 1.3. The staprun executable does not clear environment variables prior to executing modprobe, allowing an arbitrary configuration file to be specified in the MODPROBE_OPTIONS environment variable, resulting in arbitrary command execution with root privileges. This module has been tested successfully on: systemtap 1.2-1.fc13-i686 on Fedora 13 (i686); and systemtap 1.1-3.el5 on RHEL 5.5 (x64). View the full article
  5. On Microsoft Windows, the LUAFV driver can confuse the cache and memory manager to replace the contents of privileged file leading to elevation of privilege. View the full article
  6. On Microsoft Windows, the LUAFV driver bypasses security checks to copy short names during file virtualization which can be tricked into writing an arbitrary short name leading to elevation of privilege. View the full article
  7. On Microsoft Windows, the LUAFV driver doesn't take into account a virtualized handle being duplicated to a more privileged process resulting in elevation of privilege. View the full article
  8. On Microsoft Windows, the LUAFV driver reuses the file's create request DesiredAccess parameter, which can include MAXIMUM_ACCESS, when virtualizing a file resulting in elevation of privilege. View the full article
  9. On Microsoft Windows, the SxS manifest cache in CSRSS uses a weak key allowing an attacker to fill a cache entry for a system binary leading to elevation of privilege. View the full article
  10. Zoho ManageEngine ADManager Plus version 6.6 builds prior to 6659 suffer from a privilege escalation vulnerability. View the full article
  11. Microsoft Windows AppX deployment service privilege escalation exploit. View the full article
  12. Apache versions 2.4.17 up to 2.4.38 apache2ctl graceful logrotate local privilege escalation exploit. View the full article
  13. Manage Engine ServiceDesk Plus version 9.3 suffers from a privilege escalation vulnerability. View the full article
  14. Apache versions 2.4.17 through 2.4.38 suffer from a local root privilege escalation vulnerability due to an out-of-bounds array access leading to an arbitrary function call. View the full article
  15. Microsoft Windows Win32k local privilege escalation proof of concept exploit. View the full article
  16. The VMX process (vmware-vmx.exe) process configures and hosts an instance of VM. As is common with desktop virtualization platforms the VM host usually has privileged access into the OS such as mapping physical memory which represents a security risk. To mitigate this the VMX process is created with an elevated integrity level by the authentication daemon (vmware-authd.exe) which runs at SYSTEM. This prevents a non-administrator user opening the process and abusing its elevated access. Unfortunately the process is created as the desktop user which results in the elevated process sharing resources such as COM registrations with the normal user who can modify the registry to force an arbitrary DLL to be loaded into the VMX process. Affects VMware Workstation Windows version 14.1.5 (on Windows 10). Also tested on VMware Player version 15. View the full article
  17. The VMX process (vmware-vmx.exe) process configures and hosts an instance of VM. As is common with desktop virtualization platforms the VM host usually has privileged access into the OS such as mapping physical memory which represents a security risk. To mitigate this the VMX process is created with an elevated integrity level by the authentication daemon (vmware-authd.exe) which runs at SYSTEM. This prevents a non-administrator user opening the process and abusing its elevated access. Unfortunately the process is created as the desktop user and follows the common pattern of impersonating the user while calling CreateProcessAsUser. This is an issue as the user has the ability to replace any drive letter for themselves, which allows a non-admin user to hijack the path to the VMX executable, allowing the user to get arbitrary code running as a trusted VMX process. Affects VMware Workstation Windows version 14.1.5 (on Windows 10). Also tested on VMware Player version 15.0.2. View the full article
  18. exacqVision version 9.8 suffers from an unquoted search path issue impacting the services exacqVisionServer, dvrdhcpserver and mdnsresponder for Windows deployed as part of exacqVision software application. This could potentially allow an authorized but non-privileged local user to execute arbitrary code with elevated privileges on the system. A successful attempt would require the local user to be able to insert their code in the system root path undetected by the OS or other security applications where it could potentially be executed during application startup or reboot. If successful, the local user's code would execute with the elevated privileges of the application. View the full article
  19. This Metasploit module leverages the remote command execution feature provided by the BMC Patrol Agent software. It can also be used to escalate privileges on Windows hosts as the software runs as SYSTEM but only verifies that the password of the provided user is correct. This also means if the software is running on a domain controller, it can be used to escalate from a normal domain user to domain admin as SYSTEM on a DC is DA. **WARNING** The windows version of this exploit uses powershell to execute the payload. The powershell version tends to timeout on the first run so it may take multiple tries. View the full article
  20. This is a write up detailing the root cause of the kernel privilege escalation vulnerabilities Microsoft patched on March 12, 2019. View the full article
  21. This Metasploit module exploits a vulnerability in the FreeBSD kernel, when running on 64-bit Intel processors. By design, 64-bit processors following the X86-64 specification will trigger a general protection fault (GPF) when executing a SYSRET instruction with a non-canonical address in the RCX register. However, Intel processors check for a non-canonical address prior to dropping privileges, causing a GPF in privileged mode. As a result, the current userland RSP stack pointer is restored and executed, resulting in privileged code execution. View the full article
  22. 1337day-Exploits

    Exploits Android su Privilege Escalation

    This Metasploit module uses the su binary present on rooted devices to run a payload as root. A rooted Android device will contain a su binary (often linked with an application) that allows the user to run commands as root. This module will use the su binary to execute a command stager as root. The command stager will write a payload binary to a temporary directory, make it executable, execute it in the background, and finally delete the executable. On most devices the su binary will pop-up a prompt on the device asking the user for permission. View the full article
  23. It was discovered that virtual address 0 is mappable via privileged write() to /proc/*/mem on Linux. View the full article
  24. A vulnerability in the update service of Cisco Webex Meetings Desktop App for Windows could allow a local attacker to elevate privileges. Cisco Webex Meetings Desktop App versions 33.6.4.15, 33.6.5.2, 33.7.0.694, 33.7.1.15, 33.7.2.24, 33.7.3.7, 33.8.0.779, 33.8.1.13, and 33.8.2.7 are affected. View the full article