This module exploits a vulnerability in NetCommander 3.2.3 and 3.2.5. When srsexec is executed in debug (-d) verbose (-v) mode, the first line of an arbitrary file can be read due to the suid bit set. The most widely accepted exploitation vector is reading /etc/shadow, which will reveal root's hash for cracking.
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