Security advisory for removing setuid programs.
archaic at indy.rr.com
Wed Nov 26 06:49:45 PST 2003
On Wed, Nov 26, 2003 at 12:57:35PM +0100, Nico R. wrote:
> I think some changes like the read-only filesystem should go into the
> LFS book as well, since they do not cause any harm (as far as I can
> think of), are rather easy to implement (a sed/patch for glibc and a
> symlink, IIRC?) and are really useful...
No. I'm actually talking about a new book. This stuff isn't the goal or
purpose of LFS.
> Another thought, what about gcc security patches like the one(s?) used
> in OpenBSD? To prevent stack overflows.
ashes and I have been doing test builds. He's contacted maintainers and
such and has written a hint for propolice. It's pretty solid, but
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the first scoundrel who is willing to risk dying to violate that
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