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Old 25th May 2010
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Hi all,

Can anyone explain me this features:

# strlcpy() and strlcat()
# Memory protection purify

* W^X
* .rodata segment
* Guard pages
* Randomized malloc()
* Randomized mmap()
* atexit() and stdio protection

# Privilege separation
# Privilege revocation
# Chroot jailing
# New uids
# ProPolice

becouse I don't understand very well from official site.

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