using insecure memory
Sat, 26 Aug 2000 10:10:16 +1000
I presume this would make it suid root, because when I run gpg as root I never see this insecure
memory message. Is the message just because root can look at other user's memory spaces? Or is there
another reason as well?
"John C. Place" wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 25, 2000 at 09:39:27AM +0100, Robert Marano wrote:
> > When I use GPG, I constantly get the message "gpg: using insure memory." What does this mean and
> > how do I make my memory secure?
> One of two ways:
> - Set the SUID bin on the gpg exec (chmod u+s gpg)
> - Put the "--no-secmem-warning" in your config file
> John C. Place
> Reboot America.
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