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August 13, 2006, 9:04 pm
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- Ertugrul Soeylemez
August 14, 2006, 12:33 am
Re: secure ethernet device? how about those on /proc /sys /dev/shm /dev/pts
By creating proper routing tables. The interface configuration itself
cannot be changed by normal users. Interface usage can be restricted
via routing tables and/or Netfilter rules. Have a look at the
Under normal circumstances you wouldn't bother about them. They have
proper permission flags to prevent unauthorized access. However, if you
want to totally hide some informations from normal users, consider using
grsecurity . SELinux should provide similar functionality, too, but
I find it's a bit more complex (too complex for such a simple issue).
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