I am Dave, a Ph.D. student in the department of Computer & Information Science & Engineering (CISE) at the University of Florida. I am a founding member of FICS (Florida Institute for Cybersecurity) Research. My research involves system infrastructure, security and storage. I am interested in Linux kernel hacking, compilers and machine learning stuffs. I also play guitars though not professionally when I am tired of coding:)
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Tag Archives: CentOS
I wrote a post about kernel relay 2 years go (https://davejingtian.org/2013/06/29/relay-linux-kernel-relay-filesystem/). However, I have realized that I did not understand relay until recently when I was debugging a relay-related bug. Though I was working on RHEL 2.6.32 kernel, this post … Continue reading
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
Linux Provenance kernel (2.6.32) and tools for CentOS and RedHat Enterprise Linux https://github.com/daveti/prov-kernel https://github.com/daveti/prov-tools Linux kernel crypto – DSA https://github.com/daveti/kdsa During the development on kernel 2.6.32, we found a bug in mpi-pow.c which failed DSA. The patch file has been included … Continue reading