Samsung Galaxy S5 for Verizon and AT&T are rooted; $18,000 bounty to be collected?
According to geohot, rooting the Galaxy S5 also apparently disabled secure container KNOX, and the method is available for almost all Android phones sporting a kernel build date before June 3rd, 2014. Newer HTC and Motorola phones are not included because they are write protected.
Just keep in mind that you should know what you're doing before embarking on this adventure. If you don't, you could end up bricking your phone. And of course, your warranty will be reduced to toilet paper, so make sure that this is something that you really, really want to do.