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SubjectRe: /dev/random entropy calcs - patch [not related to net devices]
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In article <9547398.998437243@_169.254.198.40_>,
Alex Bligh - linux-kernel <linux-kernel@alex.org.uk> writes:
> 2. Anyone have any problem changing fs/proc/proc_misc.c to
> register /proc/interrupts to be 0600 instead of 0644 to help
> prevent entropy attacks that way?

Yes, i don't want to have to switch to root to read /proc/interrupts
because some people have gone utterly paranoid about an attack that's not
feasable if you reseed your randum numbers normally at boot.
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