I'm searching for a solution to protect process memory at runtime level in Linux (just like GameGuard in Windows). I googled many times but didn't get any useful information.
Does anyone know any existing projects or research about this subject?
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I read of one... You find a very remote place, preferably not on a map anywhere. You put the Linux run time you want to protect in a vault like bunker with no physical access, running on its on dedicate power supply (of course this has to be a perpetual motion machine based power supply), in a facility that has no staff, no network connections and is absolutely guaranteed to be inaccessible. Of course you must remove any USB, or other ingress ports into the machine, and pour super glue into all seams in the boxing of the machine to ensure no one can crack the case and put jumper cables into any communications layer.
One way to protect run time memory... Of course a very restricted and severe way.