smbmnt in Samba 2.x and 3.x on Linux 2.6, when installed setuid,
allows local users to gain root privileges by mounting a Samba share
that contains a setuid root program, whose setuid attributes are not
cleared when the share is mounted.
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BUGTRAQ:20040209 Samba 3.x + kernel 2.6.x local root vulnerability
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