Subject: Re: veriexec (Re: CVS commit: src)
To: None <elad@NetBSD.org>
From: YAMAMOTO Takashi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/30/2006 21:54:10
> YAMAMOTO Takashi wrote:
> >>>>> btw, what's the point to distinguish "indirect" from "direct"?
> >>>> For this case or in general?
> >>> in the design of veriexec.
> >>> YAMAMOTO Takashi
> >> Distinguish between programs you execute directly via exec and programs
> >> that get executed "indirectly" as script interpreters or libraries that
> >> mapped executable.
> > my questions was, why do you want to distinguish them?
> To control how programs are being accessed. Part of being a feature of
> Veriexec that I know for a fact people are making use of, it also helps
> to elegantly solve other problems in, say, TPE.
> It's a good thing. :)
are there examples?