Subject: Issue 27 of the NetBSD CVS Digest is outThis week:
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Mark Kirby <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/09/2005 13:46:09
Big news this week is that port-ia64 is open for buisness, Cherry G. Mathew
has been working on this for a while now.
The current status is that the source builds cleanly with a working
toolchain. Most of the code is empty so dont expect a boot.
Most of the work is being done using the ski emulator due to lack of ia64
If your interested in helping drop a mail to email@example.com
Introduce per-page fingerprints in Veriexec.
Closes a hole where an attacker could, after the fingerprint has been
verified and program loaded to memory, inject malicious code into the backing
store on the remote storage, followed by a forced flush, causing a page-in of
the malicious data from backing store, bypassing integrity checks. [Elad
tzdata2005n [Klaus Klein]
The NetBSD CVS Digest http://digest.coris.org.uk