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From: dmuell at gmx.net (Dirk Mueller)
Subject: Attacks based on predictable process IDs??

On Thursday 27 November 2003 09:26, Wojciech Purczynski wrote:

> 15 bits of randomness isn't sufficient to prevent guessing its value.

current linux kernels provide more than 15bit pids ( I think its 30 or 
31bits). Not much more, but it makes it slightly more difficult. 


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