[ExI] Could an unhackable kernal keep all computers safe from cyberattack?

Diego Saravia dsa at unsa.edu.ar
Wed Sep 23 12:59:04 UTC 2015

2015-09-23 6:19 GMT-03:00 John Grigg <possiblepaths2050 at gmail.com>:

> "The kernel is the central core of any computer’s operating system. If
> hackers gain access to it, they can perform actions that are meant to be
> forbidden – like turning a mobile phone into a signal jammer, for example.
> Last year, Heiser’s team proved mathematically
> <http://sel4.systems/Info/FAQ/proof.pml> that their kernel is unhackable.

behind the kernel we have hardware

in particular gsm subsystem, whit direct access to the comunication stream.

who knows what is hidden in it.
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