Explanation KDP: The kernel shim used for communication with a remote debugger ( gdb )
More definitions for Mac OS users such as KDP in Dictionary K.
- Help Key:
- Usage value (usually a string) used to locate a piece of data in a data structure such as a dictionary. (2) In security, a piece of secret information required to decode an encrypted message. In modern kdp.
- Help Kerberos:
- Usage standard protocol created by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to provide authentication over a network. It is a symmetric-key, server-based protocol and is used widely in Macintosh kdp.
- Help Keychain Item:
- Usage encrypted and protected by the keychain, plus its associated attributes and access object. Each keychain item has a class that determines what attributes it has; for example Internet password items kdp.
- Help KMOD:
- Usage Kernel module. A binary in Mach-O format that is packaged in a KEXT (kernel extension). A KMOD is the minimum unit of code that can be loaded into the kernel. Also called a KEXT binary. See also KEXT kdp.
- Help Kernel Space:
- Usage The protected memory partition in which the kernel resides. See also user space kdp.