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SubjectRe: disk-destroyer.c
On Thu, 20 Jul 2000, Andre Hedrick wrote:
> The object is to protect this from happening even if you are ROOT or have
> stolen ROOT priviledges.
> Does this help explain the issue or should I provide a "disk2brick.c"
> program to make the point clearer? This will vaporize a drive to the
> replacement level. Yes you can to that today!

Ok, you prevent program from sending DISKTOBRICK IOCTL as root...

So disk2brick.c will just bypass the kernel API and bit-bang on the IDE
controller directly...

-Dan


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