LKRG in a nutshell
Linux Kernel Runtime Guard (LKRG) is a loadable kernel module that performs runtime integrity checking of the Linux kernel and detection of security vulnerability exploits against the kernel. It can be built for and loaded on top of a wide range of mainline and distros' kernels, without needing to patch those. LKRG currently supports the x86-64, 32-bit x86, AArch64 (ARM64), and 32-bit ARM CPU architectures. During this presentation, I will try to explain what exactly LKRG is.
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Principle System Software Engineer (Offensive Security)
Adam Zabrocki is a computer security researcher, pentester, and bughunter. In his research he mainly focuses on low-level security (CPU architecture, uCode, FW, hypervisor, kernel, OS). He is also a creator and a developer of Linux Kernel Runtime Guard (LKRG).