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CRtools 0.1 released

CRtools 0.1 released

Posted Jul 25, 2012 15:04 UTC (Wed) by mathstuf (subscriber, #69389)
In reply to: CRtools 0.1 released by dskoll
Parent article: CRtools 0.1 released

> So you can give someone root in one container and that doesn't allow him/her any access in another container or in the host system (barring bugs, of course.)

You can't give root to A in a container and access to the filesystem from the main system as any user. Simply make a suid executable in the container and execute from the main system. Unless uids are jailed as well (and appear on disk as some offset from "root" permissions).


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CRtools 0.1 released

Posted Jul 25, 2012 16:22 UTC (Wed) by josh (subscriber, #17465) [Link]

Containers handle UIDs, yes; root in a container does not necessarily correspond to root in the parent container.


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