I am Dave Jing Tian, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Purdue University working on system security. My research involves embedded systems, operating systems, trusted and confidential computing, and hardware security and trust. All opinions are my own.
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Category Archives: Network
In my old post (https://davejingtian.org/2015/02/17/retrieve-pid-from-the-packet-in-unix-domain-socket-a-complete-use-case-for-recvmsgsendmsg/), we talked about how to retrieve the peer PID from Unix domain socket using struct ucred. A more smart way to do this is using getsockopt() syscall with option SO_PEERCRED directly. As you expected (or … Continue reading
This post is the summary based on a recent discussion in the kernelnewbies mail list. Thanks to the collective intelligence, the Linux kernel ARP behavior with multiple NIC is now pretty clear. 0. Original Question “Assume there are two interfaces … Continue reading
KVM is based on virtualization instruction set – either Intel vmx or AMD svm, which provides the ability to run the VM directly without emulation or translation. In other words, KVM could only be enabled if it sees vmx/svm in … Continue reading
After setting up httpd in my Fedora 18, I was not able to get access to my own web server. I thought it was related with firewall within the local network, like port 80 being blocked. However, thanks to Mingwei … Continue reading