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Exploit.SunOS.snamp.a is an exploit released by the Last Stage of Delirium (LSD) in 2001. The CVE number for the vulnerability it exploits is: CVE-2001-0236. It exploits a heap overflow vulnerability in an RPC service, resulting in unauthorized root access. This tool, in itself, won't run automatically; it has to be launched either manually or through a script.


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This threat can be simply deleted from the system. It does not spread itself or hide in any way.

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