Makeing Debian more secure - sign binaries with elfsign?
I've stumbled over elfsign (on http://www.hick.org/code.html) a while
ago, which is a tool that allows cryptographic in-file signing of the
executable and other parts of ELF binaries. I've been pondering about
this for a while, and keep on thinking that this would be a great idea
for distributions like Debian etc. ...
I'd love to have some discussion about this approaches here, before
taking it to individual developers or to the policy team ..
What do you think? Signed binaries instead of tools like tripwire or
aide et all?
There is a tool (elfcmp) which allows to compare on-disk and in-memory
ELF files, too ...
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