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--- Phil <philtickle200@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> 2. I was under the impression SIGKILL couldn't be
> trapped or ignored in C.  How then does loop-aes
> catch
> a kill -9 and sanitize keys in memory before
> exiting?
> 

Ah - forget question 2, he said "excluded" not
"included", didn't he!



      

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