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The Kernel Self-Protection Project Aims to Make Linux More Secure

The complexity of the Linux kernel means that it is likely to carry legacy ballast and bugs for an indefinite period of time. At the end of 2010 [4], Jonathan Corbet checked how long the safety-relevant bugs eliminated in that year had existed until discovered: 22 of the 80 loopholes examined had...
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Part of the ongoing Linux development work involves hardening the kernel against attack.

Linux Kernel Developer: Kees Cook

Security is paramount these days for any computer system, including those running on Linux. Thus, part of the ongoing Linux development work involves hardening the kernel against attack, according to the recent Linux Kernel Development Report. Here, Kees Cook, Software Engineer at Google, answers a...
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