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Get root on an OS X 10.10 Mac: The exploit is so trivial it fits in a tweet

Vic

Re: chmod 0000 `which sudo`

FTFY

You didn't.

If you don't want to use sudo, use "/bin/rm /usr/bin/sudo". That means the binary is gone, not just disguised.

You could also do something like "rpm -e sudo".

Vic.

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