Re: Kernel Insider, merge with LSM?

From: Alexander Reelsen (arat_private)
Date: Sat May 26 2001 - 04:20:34 PDT

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    On Sat, May 26, 2001 at 12:58:35PM +0200, aj-security-moduleat_private wrote:
    > ah ! i would love to
    > chown apache /dev/net/tcp/80
    > or
    > chown userxyz /dev/net/tcp/
    > of course i don't care how it is done.
    > chown or some special command. /dev, /proc or some syscal.
    > but it would be very good, to have such a functionality in
    > the kernel, or at least loadable as a module.
    > lsm seems to be the way to go.
    If you don't care whether this is done userspace or kernel level (kernel
    lever might be cleaner depending on the implementation), you can use
    authbind (which uses a setuid binary and some more or less obscure config
    file "format"), as long as noone wrote such a above described thing.
    Available under every debian mirror, like:
    But it's getting OT here, sorry.. 
    MfG/Regards, Alexander
    Alexander Reelsen
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