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A very small C wrapper for running shell scripts suid. Pretty dangerous, but handy.
#include <unistd.h>
#include <errno.h>
main( int argc, char ** argv, char ** envp )
{
if( setgid(getegid()) ) perror( "setgid" );
if( setuid(geteuid()) ) perror( "setuid" );
envp = 0; /* blocks IFS attack on non-bash shells */
system( "/path/to/bash/script", argv, envp );
perror( argv[0] );
return errno;
}
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stychos commented Sep 19, 2019

how do you compile this? system() accepts only single argument

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