eBPF Adventures: Fiddling with the Linux Kernel and Unix Domain Sockets

tl;dr eBPF (extended Berkeley Packet Filter) is slowly taking over as a programmatic way for (generally privileged) users to invoke Linux kernel APIs and performantly execute semi-arbitrary code without having to load it from a custom kernel module. eBPF is a general means to load memory safe restricted code that reduces the risk of crashes, … Continue reading eBPF Adventures: Fiddling with the Linux Kernel and Unix Domain Sockets