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From: Brandon Allbery
June 14, 2018 17:44
Message ID: CAKFCL4W=0Dq4o+nZTMKodGXiQeMTofNR=qsedQeYrGSZ1Q+Z8g@mail.gmail.com
That's just a different variant of an old shell "hack": drop a program
named "test" somewhere where root might run a shell script.
Which is why root's path no longer includes the current directory, and
these days nothing outside the system directories.
On Thu, Jun 14, 2018 at 1:37 PM ToddAndMargo <ToddAndMargo@zoho.com> wrote:
> On 06/14/2018 10:30 AM, Brandon Allbery wrote:
> > In short, pragmas are all-same-case "use" names; instead of loading
> > code, they tell the compiler to change its behavior.
> > The MONKEY-* pragmas generally control various kinds of unsafe or
> > dangerous behavior, including direct access to the mechanisms underneath
> > / "supporting" Rakudo and things like EVAL. Other all-uppercase names
> > also generally represent "dangerous" actions or options.
> > There are a few pragmas that are all lowercase instead of all uppercase;
> > they also change the compiler's behavior, but are safer than the
> > all-uppercase ones. "use lib" is one of them. (This is why modules are
> > generally mixed-case names.)
> Thank you!
> Speaking of dangerous, go find a perl program being run by root,
> inject some code into one of its modules, and ...
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