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    SubjectRe: How to enable/disable security features on mmap() ?
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    On 8 Dec 2005, Arjan van de Ven yowled:
    >> Moreover, the libc location (and all other dynamic libs) is not
    >> randomized under x86_64. I have no explanation for this. :-/
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    > see above; in addition prelink may be interfering with this.

    Indeed; prelinked stuff is not randomized. If you want both, prelink
    with -R gives the same benefits as ASLR of the shared library location,
    pretty much (obviously the libraries have the same address in every
    process --- that's kind of the point --- but what that address is is
    randomly selected at prelink time).

    Prelinking should not affect stack layout randomization.

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