RC30 Root Attempts

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===Adding setuid shells (sh) to different locations (tested on RC30 patch only)===
===Adding setuid shells (sh) to different locations (tested on RC30 patch only)===
Once root was obtained, a setuid root version of sh was copied to different locations in an attempt to have one live past the update. Update script seems to have completely changed all permissions in /system to foil this attempt.
Once root was obtained, a setuid root version of sh was copied to different locations in an attempt to have one live past the update. Update script seems to have completely changed all permissions in /system to foil this attempt.
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==Working root after RC30==
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A [[Keeping Root|method]] has been found that lets you make some modifications and keep root access after updating to RC30.

Revision as of 06:58, 9 November 2008

List of tried and failed attempts and keeping RC30 from removing root access

Adding setuid shells (sh) to different locations (tested on RC30 patch only)

Once root was obtained, a setuid root version of sh was copied to different locations in an attempt to have one live past the update. Update script seems to have completely changed all permissions in /system to foil this attempt.

Working root after RC30

A method has been found that lets you make some modifications and keep root access after updating to RC30.

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