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OK, you win. 

Were can I find these simple tools that modify a kernel that does not
support loadable modules as easily as insmod modifies a kernel that does
support them?

On Tue, 2003-01-28 at 10:14, Wichert Akkerman wrote:
> Previously Richard B. Tilley (Brad) wrote:
> > Then, not supporting loadable modules *is* more secure. By not
> > supporting them, you are decreasing the ease in which the kernel can be
> > modified. There are fewer people who can "fiddle with memory by hand"
> > than there are that can insert a loadable module... a lot fewer, don't
> > you agree?
>
> No, there are simple tools to do that which are just as easy to use as
> insmod.
>
> Wichert.
>
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> A random hacker
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