Securing Debian Manual: 10.4.2.1 Proactive defense
Thanks for what I perceive to be an attempt to help to improve the
securing Debian manual.
Am Donnerstag, 8. März 2012 schrieb Stayvoid:
> "Note, however, that there are rootkits which might work even in this
> case, there are some that tamper with /dev/kmem (kernel memory)
> directly to make themselves undetectable."
> How to avoid those?
How about sending patches and questions to the actual maintainers or
Securing Debian Manual?
I think a good place to make suggestions regarding this manual would be
the mailinglist of the Debian Documentation project or report bugs on the
source package ¹ ².
But I would first write a single (!) mail to debian-doc writing that you
have lots - well, I mean lots - of points and ask how to best bring them
up. Whether in one mail or bugreport each or summarized or whatnot.
I would first gather information on *how* to provide your feedback in the
most useful manner, before posting several dozens of mails to their
If you rather would like to ask many questions for yourself - instead of
helping to improve the manual -, debian-security mailing list might be a
good place to start, or well, you could ask here as well, but then please
summarize things a bit more! There is also a rather quiet mailing list for
the hardening project at Debian, but for security related questions the
debian-security mailing list might be better ³.
So or so I suggest you either try to get in contact with the authors of
the handbook or find yourself a more digestable way to ask your questions
if you are really interested in feedback.
Cause at least I am overwhelmed by your posting flood.
 which appears to be harden-doc
Martin 'Helios' Steigerwald - http://www.Lichtvoll.de
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