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2006-03-01 - Systrace for Slackers, Ray Lai
18:30, Baruch University
Notice: New time, RSVP required
Abstract

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Systrace is a facility to confine programs to doing what they are supposed to do. When do they do "bad" things? When they get exploited, of course!

Most people either never heard of Systrace or don`t know how to use it. I hope to change both these problems. This meeting is co-sponsored with the Baruch College CIS Society.

Media
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Speaker Bio

Ray is a full-time slacker. His interests include security, coding, and documentation. One day he decided to systrace every process in his laptop and realized that it's not that hard.