* [9front] executable files in '#e'
@ 2022-08-10 19:11 mkf9
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From: mkf9 @ 2022-08-10 19:11 UTC (permalink / raw)
few days ago i noticed this behaviour on /env,
cpu% hold /env/test
cat: can't open /env/test: '/env/test' file does not exist
echo hello world
cpu% ls -l /env/test
--rw-rw-rw- e 0 mkf mkf 27 Jul 18 2021 /env/test
it executes empty c programs as well, but i couldn't fit programs that
do something visable inside /env.
is it a security bug?
if yes, a possible attack could be creation of new variable and
executing it where we don't have file creation access.
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