Originally Posted by DRockstar
shabbypenguin is right guys... you can't hack regular linux with this... so don't worry about it, and move on...
just be sure to reactivate your antivirus after using it.
Originally Posted by styles420
The exploitation of adb is used to get the RATM file on the phone... then RATM uses an exploit in the linux kernel to gain root access. I'm pretty sure RATM isn't using adb to do its magic. What I don't know, is if it is exploiting a part of the kernel that is android specific, or a part that is in every linux kernel
It's busting open the adb daemon on the phone, which runs as root. It'll do nothing to a desktop linux box unless you have an ARMv7 powered desktop running an Android specific kernel :P
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