Re: gpg: "Warning: using shared memory" - SUID?
>>>>> "kmself" == kmself <email@example.com> writes:
>> The other root programs shouldn't be looking at memory other
>> than their own, or else they'd segfault. The major thing with
>> memory-locking is that the memory never gets written to disk.
kmself> What about /proc/kcore or /dev/mem?
You're probably right about this (IANA security expert), but these
should only be readable by root. Also, if you have a malicious root,
your private key isn't going to be all that safe anyway.
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