Saturday, May 18, 2024

Linux Exploit Suggester – A Kali Linux Tool to Find the Linux OS Kernel Exploits

According to Kali Tool list, Linux Exploit Suggester provide just a simple script to keep track of vulnerabilities and suggest possible exploits to gain ‘root‘ on a legitimate penetration test or governing examining body.

This Script will perform by “uname ” -r to find the Linux OS Released Kernel Version.

Additionally possible to provide ‘-k’ flag to manually enter the Kernel Version/Operating System Release Version.

Linux Exploit Suggester Tool 

Step 1:

If you don’t Find Linux Exploit Suggester by Default in Kali Linux, from then Download the clone Repositorfrom Github

Once you Download the tool then Extract the Zip and Install itLinux Exploit Suggester -simple script to keep track of vulnerabilities

Step 2:

To find the Linux Kernal Version user uname -v

Linux Exploit Suggester -simple script to keep track of vulnerabilities

Step 3:

Here we could see the possible Exploit of lInux kernal Verson 2.6.28 .

Use ” Perl ./Linux_Exploit_suggester.pl -k

Here K Used for Manually enter the Version of OS Kernal.

Here 2.2.28 Linux Kernal version Have some Vulnerabilities to Exploit

Ex : CVE-2010-4347 – American-Sign-Language

Also Read  XSSer automated framework to detect, exploit and report XSS vulnerabilities

Linux Exploit Suggester -simple script to keep track of vulnerabilities

Here we tested the Kernel Version 2.6.37.This tool has been discovered some Possible Exploit.

Linux Exploit Suggester a simple script to keep track of vulnerabilities

Here we can see some other Exploit for the kernal version 2.6.39

Linux Exploit Suggester -simple script to keep track of vulnerabilities

By Using same Method  you can Keep searching the Exploits for another Versions.

Author : Aidy

Also Read Exploitation Framework for Embedded devices – RouterSploit

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