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CONFIG_HPPFS: HoneyPot ProcFS

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_HPPFS has multiple definitions:

HoneyPot ProcFS (EXPERIMENTAL) found in arch/um/Kconfig.um

The configuration item CONFIG_HPPFS:

Help text

hppfs (HoneyPot ProcFS) is a filesystem which allows UML /proc entries to be overridden, removed, or fabricated from the host. Its purpose is to allow a UML to appear to be a physical machine by removing or changing anything in /proc which gives away the identity of a UML.

See http://user-mode-linux.sf.net/old/hppfs.html for more information.

You only need this if you are setting up a UML honeypot. Otherwise, it is safe to say 'N' here.

HoneyPot ProcFS (EXPERIMENTAL) found in arch/um/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_HPPFS:

Help text

hppfs (HoneyPot ProcFS) is a filesystem which allows UML /proc entries to be overridden, removed, or fabricated from the host. Its purpose is to allow a UML to appear to be a physical machine by removing or changing anything in /proc which gives away the identity of a UML.

See http://user-mode-linux.sf.net/old/hppfs.html for more information.

You only need this if you are setting up a UML honeypot. Otherwise, it is safe to say 'N' here.

HoneyPot ProcFS found in arch/um/Kconfig.um

The configuration item CONFIG_HPPFS:

Help text

hppfs (HoneyPot ProcFS) is a filesystem which allows UML /proc entries to be overridden, removed, or fabricated from the host. Its purpose is to allow a UML to appear to be a physical machine by removing or changing anything in /proc which gives away the identity of a UML.

See http://user-mode-linux.sf.net/old/hppfs.html for more information.

You only need this if you are setting up a UML honeypot. Otherwise, it is safe to say 'N' here.

HoneyPot ProcFS found in arch/um/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_HPPFS:

Help text

hppfs (HoneyPot ProcFS) is a filesystem which allows UML /proc entries to be overridden, removed, or fabricated from the host. Its purpose is to allow a UML to appear to be a physical machine by removing or changing anything in /proc which gives away the identity of a UML.

See http://user-mode-linux.sf.net/hppfs.html for more information.

You only need this if you are setting up a UML honeypot. Otherwise, it is safe to say 'N' here.

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