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LSM: loadable or static?

LSM: loadable or static?

Posted Oct 25, 2007 13:03 UTC (Thu) by nix (subscriber, #2304)
Parent article: LSM: loadable or static?

A rootkit can trivially hide wherever it likes if module loading is enabled: rootkits don't
respect the exportedness of symbols.

(Most common rootkits can inject themselves by banging directly on /dev/mem. It will be good
to finally eliminate the ability to write to that device... come on pci-rework, we want X to
not depend on /dev/mem anymore :) )


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