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Old 02-21-2009, 11:58 AM   #1
nathan2225
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Selftesting programm


Hi !

I'm looking 4 the possibility to implement a selftest in memory (crc-check, md5, whatever) for a linux programm written in C.

The programm should start and check itself for correctness (integrity)

Any ideas or code to do this ?


Another thing i'm looking 4 is a possibility to selftest a running linux kernel im memory. Maybe there is already such a thing implemented in linux ?


Meanwhile i found the 'headlines' DigSig, Bsign, Umbrella, Tripwire, any suggestions ?

What i'm still missing is the ability for a programm to selfcheck itself while running (maybe get the hash to compare from the elf Bsign header ?)



Thanks
Robert

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