PREVIEW: bsign embeds hash and/or digital signature in ELF files
Stainless Steel Rat
ratinox at peorth.gweep.net
Mon Dec 14 11:37:30 CET 1998
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"OL" == Oscar Levi <elf at buici.com> writes:
OL> Where is the complexity? How much simpler can it get that embedding
OL> signatures in the files themselves?
Having a (redundantly stored, if necessary) database containing the
complete path to the file and the file's signature. It works regardless of
file types, OS variant, and you can store other information such as time
stamps, ownership and permissions.
>> Take a look at what Tripwire does.
OL> Where can I find that?
The COAST archive at <URL:http://www.cs.purdue.edu/coast/> is the canonical
source for Tripwire, both code and information about it.
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