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SubjectRe: [Umbrella-devel] Re: Getting full path from dentry in LSM hooks
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On Gwe, 2004-09-03 at 21:05, Kristian Sørensen wrote:
> If an email client receives an malformed email (like the countless
> attacks on outlook), a simple restriction could be for the process
> handeling the mail would be "$HOME/.addressbook", furthermore, you could
> specify that attachments executed _from_ the emailprogram would not have
> access to the network. Thus the virus cannot find mail addresses to send
> itself to - and it cannot even get network access. Simple and effective.

ln /tmp/bwhahaha $HOME/.addressbook
more /tmp/bwhahaha

As the nice man from the NSA said ;) label content not paths. Use xattrs
to say "this is an addressbook" and then the path games go away.

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