From: jmjonesat_private
Date: Fri May 18 2001 - 07:35:47 PDT

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    Attached is the first rough draft of a "example" of a loadable
    (no) security module that will insmod into the current patched kernel
    and provide some stats about how many calls are being made to 
    which security_ops functions.
    It is intended to be used as the basis for an "example" in the 
    documentation I'm working on, but may be mildly useful as a 
    template to build an LSM, or to profile which hooks are getting
    called most and least often (for targetting performance enhancements.)
    It's still crude, but it does compile, install, and remove correctly.
    I submit it here for ridicule and/or use by anybody who may wish to 
    hack at it.
    J. Melvin Jones
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