I have lots of respect for Ksplice, Inc, and hold nothing personal against any of the people that work there. Their software is spectacularly awesome. The following is simply my opinion on a matter of principle, and respectfully state the facts as I see them.
I contacted Ksplice a few months ago and they basically told me that they will no longer be updating their git repository, yet be releasing updates in binary-form only. I had to ask myself; is Ksplice, Inc in violation of the GPL?
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For the past two months, I’ve been working on this project:
This kernel modules implements Trusted Path Execution (TPE), a security feature that anyone who is looking for an easy, single solution that will prevent all kinds of exploits. The short of it is, a user can’t execute code that they can write to. Meaning, if they download, compile, or otherwise write a file on the system with executable code, they can not execute it. This single handedly closes the door on a whole range of system exploits.
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