A race condition in the at command for Solaris 2.6 through 9 allows
local users to delete arbitrary files via the -r argument with .. (dot
dot) sequences in the job name, then modifying the directory structure
after at checks permissions to delete the file and before the deletion
actually takes place.
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BUGTRAQ:20030127 Sun Microsystems Solaris at -r job name handling and race condition vulnerabilities
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