I agree with the parent poster, its time to harden the kernel a bit to keep ahead of the crackers. I dont meen that bugs should be downplayed but to have both belt and straps is by my own opinion a good thing. There are several implementations of hardened kernels but i havent seen any broad use of them yet.
Intrusion detection is a harder nut to crack since a to vicious one will cry wolf to much. Some kind of self check of the kernel against a hash only readable and written once at boot maybe?
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