Tagged as: Ubuntu
Linux Desktop Remote Code Execution via File URI
I've discovered a sort of "remote code execution" vulnerability that affects all Linux desktops, particularly Fedora and Ubuntu but most likely all desktop Linux distributions could be affected, except for maybe Arch or Gentoo with extremely customized installations.
First and foremost: this requires the victim to click not one, but two random links sent to them over Pidgin (or any other program that does URL auto-linking the way Pidgin does). So it's not exactly the most severe vulnerability, but I found it interesting nonetheless.
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