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The NSA Is Looking At Systemd's KDBUS

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While it's true that an NSA analyst sent out an email about KDBUS security, it hopefully shouldn't raise any alarm bells. The thread in question is about credential faking for KDBUS and why it's even there. Stephen Smalley of the NSA was asking why there's support for credential faking for this soon-to-be-in-kernel code while it wasn't part of the original D-Bus daemon in user-space. The preference of Stephen Smalley is to actually get rood of this functionality that could be abused.

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