Yesterday We reported on a vulnerability found in sudo by Joe Vennix of Apple Information Security. In that article we speak as this vulnerability allows unauthorized users to execute commands that otherwise could not be performed by regular users of the machine. This means that by falsifying his identity not patched machines and affected any user can execute commands on the machine restricted by sudo.
That's why the team of developers of the community especially the Deepines team led by our dear Hugo Florentino decided to do something about it because Deepin has not yet uploaded a patch to fix the problem.
To receive the update that fixes the vulnerability and fix the problem now follow these steps:
1) If you have not yet installed our repository simply download and install Deepines team from the following link:
2-) then run the following command:
sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade
Immediately you will receive the patch that fixes the unwanted situation in sudo. Many members of the community and users in general Deepin were worried about it so now there is no reason to worry.
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