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Date: Wed, 7 Oct 2020 17:16:19 +0200
From: Romain Perier <>
To: Kees Cook <>
Cc: Kernel Hardening <>,
Subject: Re: Linux-specific kernel hardening


Don't send anything else, we have the perfect amount of archived
discussions already! ( that is currently* 42*)



Le mar. 29 sept. 2020 à 20:19, Kees Cook <> a écrit :

> Hello!
> The work of improving the Linux kernel's security is, of course,
> and endless task. While many of the new features come through on the
> list[1], there is a stated desire
> to avoid "maintenance" topics[2] on the list, and that isn't compatible
> with the on-going work done within the upstream Linux kernel development
> community, which may need to discuss the nuances of performing that work.
> As such there is now a new list,[3],
> which will take kernel-hardening's place in the Linux MAINTAINERS
> file. New topics and on-going work will be discussed there, and I urge
> anyone interested in Linux kernel hardening to join the new list. It's
> my intention that all future upstream work can be CCed there, following
> the standard conventions of the Linux development model, for better or
> worse. ;)
> For anyone discussing new topics or ideas, please continue to CC
> kernel-hardening too, as there will likely be many people only subscribed
> there. Hopefully this will get the desired split of topics between the
> two lists.
> Thanks and take care,
> -Kees
> [1]
> [2]
> [3]
> --
> Kees Cook

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