So I noticed that the Linux Binary compatibility use the Kernel 2.x which is pretty old and it has a lot of known vulnerabilities. Is it still safe if we run it on FreeBSD or will it be not secure to have it?
So this mean that using the Linux Binary compatibility won't weaken the security at all, right?FreeBSD does not use Linux Kernel so the Kernel 2.x vulnerabilities do exist on FreeBSD. FreeBSD implements Linux Binary compatibility by rewriting Linux compatible syscall and API on FreeBSD.
I think that's going a bit too far. What he said is that security won't be weakened because of vulnerabilities in the Linux kernel. Using Linux compatibility is another story which he didn't mention - though it may be fine.So this mean that using the Linux Binary compatibility won't weaken the security at all, right?