traitor - Automatic Linux privesc via exploitation of low-hanging fruit e

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Traitor packages up a bunch of methods to exploit local misconfigurations and vulnerabilities (including most of GTFOBins) in order to pop a root shell. It'll exploit most sudo privileges listed in GTFOBins to pop a root shell, as well as exploiting issues like a writable docker.sock, or the recent polkit CVE-2021-3560. More routes to root will be added over time too.

https://github.com/liamg/traitor

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