I'd like a clarification here: initramfs has to have a vulnerability because of:
- what it does; or
- it does so much that *something* it calls is ~100% likely to have *some* vulnerability; or
- something else?
This seems like an important distinction to me, but I'm also unfamiliar with what initramfs actually does or needs to do at a detailed level.
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