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SubjectRe: [PATCH] 3 of 5 IMA: LSM-based measurement code

--- wrote:

> Ok, so to be clear, any module which does not
> directly impose some form
> of access control is not eligible for an LSM?

In particular, an additional access control.
LSM is not for changing the existing policy,
it is for imposing additional policy.

You could, of course, add code to act on the
integrity measurements you've made, in which
case you could be in conformance with the
stated eligibilty requirements.

> (in that case that clearly settles the issue)

It sure took the wind out of the sails for the
SGI audit implementation.

Casey Schaufler

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