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I myself am unsure if some kind of AMD's own Management Engine or some
other exploit is at work in my system (such as the one, by now getting famous
worldwide Intel Management Engine (ME)).

Pls. have a look at:


Strange Bash under grsecurity's exec logging

first.

That first, and then, if you feel like testing, go ahead.

But don't blame me! I have not withheld the information above from you.

The strange quirks descibed in the above link are not so very innocuous in the
least, and, not being expert myself, while I seek help, I haven't found any
deeper knowledge advice on it yet.

And I have compiled these packages with that same system that I posted those
quirks from.

Thanks!

And if you decide to run the above risk, you will likely be quicker downloading the debs in this dir with:
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/miroR/uncenz/master/dump_dLo.sh
from my
uncenz program.

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That said, if your system is clean from any ME
(
but that's only systems listed at:

Respects Your Freedom hardware product certification — Free Software Foundation — working together for free software
)
you should be very safe compiling your own unofficial-grsecurity-hardened kernel by following my script guide at:

https://github.com/miroR/grsec-dev1-compile

Make sure you also read:

Grsecurity/Pax installation on Devuan GNU/Linux

Regards!