Alexander W. Janssen
yalla at fsfe.org
Wed Jun 11 19:05:22 CEST 2008
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michael graffam schrieb:
> Not a real solution, because if LD_PRELOAD is already set, then the
> shell you type unset into might be overloaded as we'll, already.
Now that's very true; but still my opinion is that if you can't trust
the system on which you're working, I wouldn't dare to use gnupg anyway.
Sure, you could link everything statically to gnupg, but that'd make
maintenance very very hard. For every revision of a dependant lib you'd
need adapt code, ship new source, recompile or ship new binaries.
Though a smartcard might help there...
> Manually walking the environment pointer reveals it, of course.
Not exactly sure what you mean there?
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