"10-year-old Sudo bug lets Linux users gain root-level access"
I am using #doas since last big #sudo issue. In #gentoo it is only matter of uninstalling sudo and installing doas and moving your custom rules to /etc/doas.conf (different, but simpler syntax). You can disable sudo support globally by adding "-sudo" to your global use flags. Don't know how hard it is in more mainstream distros ;) My only issues after the replacement were my own scripts relying on sudo rather than doas. Fix was just simple find&replace.
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