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Boosting Cybersecurity with eBPF in Linux

eBPF in Cybersecurity Crafting eBPF Code using bpftrace bpftrace variables bpftrace functions kprobe uprobe tracepoint Guarding Against Unauthorized Access: Detecting Privilege Escalation with eBPF Proactive Detection of Well-Known Rootkits with eBPF: Targeting Specific Kernel Modules Strengthening System Security: Detecting Privileged Command Executions with BPFtrace Real-Time Network Monitoring: Tracing TCP Connections with BPFtrace eBPF: A Game-Changer in Cybersecurity Deep within the core of the Linux operating system, we find a remarkable tool known as eBPF, or Extended Berkeley Packet Filter.
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