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    SubjectRe: kernel ring buffer accessible by users
    On 24 Apr 2003 00:31:22 GMT
    daw@mozart.cs.berkeley.edu (David Wagner) wrote:

    > Julien Oster wrote:
    > >Of course one could say "then let's just stop writing out anything in
    > >the kernel buffer that COULD be sensitive", but I think this would
    > >actually castrate the meaning of such a buffer.
    >
    > Would it? I can't think of anything that currently should be printed
    > to the ring buffer and is known to be secret.

    The simple truth is: you cannot really qualify what a "secret" is or is not. It
    depends on the _reader_(s' interest), not the _writer_ (s' intention).

    Regards,
    Stephan
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