Thank you for joining us during the LinuxKit Security SIG meeting last week!
We’ve compiled the notes and video from this meeting, in case you missed us or would like to revisit the discussion:
This time, Nathan Dautenhahn presented his OPS (opportunistic privilege separation) and Memorizer projects.
Memorizer is a dynamic tracing tool making use of KASAN to track interactions and create capability maps, for usage in higher level policy engines.
Nathan is working to add an example usage of the Memorizer project so that people can try it with LinuxKit, check out the work-in-progress PR here.
Please feel free to comment here if you have any questions about the content.
The next meeting will be held on July 19th at 9am PT, the draft agenda will be posted soon.