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SubjectRe: Kernel page table and module text
> 
> > I want to find where each module is loaded in memory by traversing the
> > module list . Once I have the address and the size of the module, I
> > want to read the bytes in memory of the module and hash it to check
> > it's integrity.
>
> JFTR: This may work against random memory corruption, but it will fail for
> detecting attacks.

Thats all I use my code for, dumb government regulation says you have
to check for random memory corruption in text segments.. written back
in the old 8-bit controller + EEPROM days ...

Dave.
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