Red Hat has announced a critical vulnerability in its DHCP client and while it doesn’t have a brand name it does have a Tweetable proof-of-concept.
Discovered by Googler Felix Wilhelm, CVE-2018-1111 is a command injection bug in the Red Hat Enterprise Linux and derivative DHCP clients.
Wilhelm Tweeted: “CVE 2018-1111 is a pretty bad DHCP remote root command injection affecting Red Hat derivates: https://access.redhat.com/security/vulnerabilities/3442151 …. Exploit fits in a tweet so you should patch as soon as possible.”
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