Subject: Re: NetBSD being used as the core for secure OS distro
To: Charles Blundell <>
From: Shane M. Coughlan <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 09/25/2003 15:52:21
> Three things you may wish to look at in NetBSD-current:
>  * verifiedexec - upload fingerprint of binaries that may be executed into
>  the kernel. binaries whose fingerprints do not match cannot be executed.
>  * cgd - disk-based encryption
>   (if you want "users" to encrypt individual files then you probably
>    don't gain much in using tcfs instead of gpg.)
>  * systrace - security policies for individual processes.
> Also, -current has a non-executable stack, and other regions, depending
> on what architecture you are using.

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