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|>|Linux Kernel Hardening
The useful and the futile in the grsecurity patch  
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> Description What's useful and what's not in the grsecurity linux kernel patch.  
> Context & Dates Talk made at the RÉSIST working group, on 28 January 2002.
> Author Denis Ducamp  
> Type 100 slides [ French - HTML ]
Also available as a PDF file [PDF - 113KB]  
> Abstract &
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Le patch grsecurity
Les autres patches
Pourquoi ce patch ?
Quelques notions
Groupe d'options 1 : Buffer Overflow Protection
Groupe d'options 2 : Access Control Lists
Groupe d'options 3 : Filesystem Protections
Groupe d'options 4 : Kernel Auditing
Groupe d'options 5 : Executable Protections
Groupe d'options 6 : Network Protections
Groupe d'options 7 : Sysctl support
Groupe d'options 8 : Miscellaneous Enhancements
Quelques cas concrets
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