Thanks much to Casper Dik and Doug Winter for the following responses:
I have heard of no problems using this setting.
(Other than those I articfically concocted)
My question >Why doesn't Solaris come with this feature turned on? :-)
It does for 64 bit processes; the 32 bti ABI requires the stack to be
We've done it with a number of machines running a lot of Java 2 without
problems. Java used to do some jumping off the stack, but doesn't in v.2
> Hello Managers,
> In the Solaris security FAQ there is a suggestion to turn on
> the following kernel
> to prevent possible buffer overflow exploits. FAQ suggests
> using these options on a single
> purposed machine (i.e. a web server).
> I am just wondering if somebody's done this, and what the
> possible implications are for the
> programs that try ligitimately to run off the stack.
> In particular, I am interested in the systems running Apache
> web server with mod_ssl,
> mod_php, mod_gzip, and these parameters turned on.
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