> kprobes allows trapping at almost any kernel address, useful for
> various kernel-hacking tasks, and building on for more
This last part just got me thinking.
What stops someone for example using this to implement a binary
only replacement of the TCP/IP stack, or any other part of the
kernel for that matter ?
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