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SubjectRe: [PATCH RESEND 1/1] crypto API: RSA algorithm patch (kernel version
On Wed, March 21, 2007 10:15, Tasos Parisinos wrote:
> Protecting a TripleDES key in high security standards is not as
> simple as making the kernel read
> protected, you need a whole lot and
> that also means hardware (cryptomemories e.t.c)
> So you forget about all this overhead when you use assymetric

Ah, you're talking about fishing the key out of RAM here, right?
My point stays the same for that: If you can't read protect the
kernel RAM, small chance you can write protect it. And then they
can just bypass all signature checking you put in it anyway.



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