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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0008179||Kali Linux||Kali Package Bug||public||2023-02-15 03:46||2023-02-20 23:35|
|Summary||0008179: Random '0' file gets created in the linux file system|
Steev wanted me to submit this bug for investigation.
In the linux file system / a random file called "0" appeared on the system. The file contains 0 data
No clue how the file was created or when it got made. Tried too see if any packages created but unfortunately I got 0 results.
Do you get this file "out of the box"? If so, how do you get your Kali, is is from the installer iso, or a VM image, or aonther way? Also, can you confirm that we're talking about Kali 2022.4?
Maybe this file come from a bogus shell script. It's a common pitfall in Bash that if you do something like
This is fixed in wordlists 2023.1.2 - however, there is nothing in place to remove the current /0 if one exists. I didn't want to muck about in user's systems.
|2023-02-15 03:46||tjnull||New Issue|
|2023-02-15 04:13||arnaudr||Note Added: 0017506|
|2023-02-15 17:59||daniruiz||Assigned To||=> steev|
|2023-02-15 17:59||daniruiz||Status||new => assigned|
|2023-02-20 23:35||steev||Status||assigned => resolved|
|2023-02-20 23:35||steev||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2023-02-20 23:35||steev||Fixed in Version||=> 2023.1|
|2023-02-20 23:35||steev||Note Added: 0017543|