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SubjectRe: immutable flag on ext2fs
> Question, If someone hasn't set the secure level (I don't understand this
> yet <g>) and did make all file immutable, wouldn't debugfs get around this?
> If someone has gotten root on the machine what's to stop them from doing
> what they want (assuming something like ftp or some programs forgotten by
> the admin exist)

Securelevel is supposed to be one way in all respects. So it disables access
to raw block devices, to mmap on /dev/*mem and all other known paths root could
use to change it indirectly back (eg ioperm/iopl)


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