Re: Kernel relinking status from Theo de Raadt (mod 0/4)
by Anonymous Coward (220.127.116.11) on Sun Jul 2 18:33:03 2017 (GMT)
> Does this mean that the kernel binary is keep changing after each boot time, etc? That will make file integrity monitoring difficult because now you can't tell if the checksum change is legitimate or because somebody trojaned my kernel.
chflags schg bsd
That does not work on the libraries, but for those it is enough to check the .a files.
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