By Ghost06 on Mar 17, 2017: #1 I was bored and then started looking for Linux Kernel exploits. I came across a few that I would think work, but I have no way to test. Some are Ubuntu related (but could be working for more than just Ubuntu), and some are for all UNIX based OS. I know more than half (if any) will not work but i think it's worth a shot to test that theory! CVEs are as follows (some contain limited or no info regarding the exploits): CVE-2016-0728 CVE-2016-1881 CVE-2016-4557 CVE-2016-4997  CVE-2016-5195 CVE-2016-8655 CVE-2017-2636 CVE-2017-6074 That's all i could find relating to kernel privilege escalation after the month of June in 2016 (3.55) so if most of these were to work.. I would think it would only be for 3.55 and possibly later firmwares (not 4.50) if i'm guessing correctly..