Hey, what's up? Now that the intrusion attempts on the darknet have trailed off, I've been working on some serious security improvements for our systems. I'm trying to implement some kernel-level security modules, and I could really use some help. Having more people working on it will make the work go faster and provide awesome diversity of approaches.
Here's where you come in. I need security systems with a small memory footprint. That means a small amount of working resources as well as a lot of code reuse.
Give me your best systems that fit into a 4x4 block of memory and only use three kinds of nodes, not counting the root/goal node.
There's no security in obscurity, so make them public and link to them in this thread. Give feedback on the ones that are posted, and I'll incorporate them into my security setup. You don't need to do whole clusters; just a system or two will do.
Let me know if you have any questions!