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jailed processes can manipulate host routing tables


A programming error resulting in a failure to verify that an attempt to manipulate routing tables originated from a non-jailed process.

Jailed processes running with superuser privileges could modify host routing tables. This could result in a variety of consequences including packets being sent via an incorrect network interface and packets being discarded entirely.



portaudit: jailed processes can manipulate host routing tables

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