neil at qualityassistant.com
Fri Sep 27 07:39:02 BST 2002
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On Thursday September 26, 2002 11:30, Pupeno wrote:
> On Friday 27 September 2002 02:15, Ryan Cumming wrote:
> > If the password is no longer in memory, it can't be swapped.
> But while it's in memory.
> Supouse I write the password in a KPasswordEdit and then run OpenOffice
> (sorry folks, just joking) or something like that, and everything ends
> up swapped. the contents of KPasswordEdit (without my patch) would end
> up swapped or I'm missing something important here.
Er, and what about the communication between X and the KDE app? Isn't that
leaving copies of the keystrokes in RAM?
Neil Stevens - neil at qualityassistant.com
"I always cheer up immensely if an attack is particularly wounding
because I think, well, if they attack one personally, it means they
have not a single political argument left." - Margaret Thatcher
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