Limiting the System Calls

Introduction: Understanding Seccomp Seccomp is a Linux kernel feature that enables administrators to restrict the actions that a process can perform, thus providing an additional layer of security. It stands for “secure computing mode” and was first introduced in the 2.6.12 kernel. Seccomp is a powerful tool for enhancing the security of a Linux system, as it helps to mitigate the risks of exploitation from untrusted code and malware. How Seccomp Works Seccomp works by limiting the system calls that a process can make. [Read More]