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Unattended Encrypted Kernel Crash Dumps (GSoC'13)

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Uploaded on Oct 31, 2013

Kernel crash dumps may include physical memory which should not be available to an unauthorized person. This presentation describes the current implementation of encrypted crash dumps and explains how PEFS was used in order to access dumps. (Google Summer of Code 2013)

This talk was recorded as part of the FreeBSD Developer Summit in St. Julian's, Malta, in September 2013. See https://wiki.freebsd.org/201309DevSummit for more information.

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