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Snapd flaw gives attackers root access on Linux systems

A vulnerability affecting Snapd – a package installed by default in Ubuntu and used by other Linux distributions such as Debian, OpenSUSE, Arch Linux, Fedora and Solus – may allow a local attacker to obtain administrator privileges, i.e., root access and total control of the system. About Snapd Snapd is a service used to deliver, update and manage apps (in the form of snap packages) on Linux distributions. “This service is installed automatically in Ubuntu … More

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