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Old 03-31-2014, 03:20 PM   #1
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Injecting a null value into the kernel of an embedded device.


I am trying to break an embedded Linux OS (i.e. Playstation's Linux OS or Android (mobile devices)), one way that I think will work for what I am trying to do is inject a null value into the system kernel either through the system clock or along the memory address channel. Based on everything that is posted in this thread, is there a way that I can crash the clock on the kernel?
 
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I am trying to break an embedded Linux OS (i.e. Playstation's Linux OS or Android (mobile devices), one way that I think will work for what I am trying to do is .....)
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As tredegar pointed out, LinuxQuestions will not provide any help to this kind of questions. Therefore there is no reason why this thread should stay open. Nuff' said.
 
  


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