These tools produce a lot of:
- user non-actionable items, infeasible development, requiring major development effort which apparently nobody on the internet is working on,
- are non-applicable (only in enterprise environments and not applicable to single / end-user computers).
A links to a number of such tools and with comments on their output can be found here:
Such as for example:
Feel free to mention it in the documentation. Anyone should feel free to research, contribute to such tools to provide less false-positives, better warning messages or even to the security of Debian, Kicksecure, etc. But unless providing solutions / development contributions, it’s not worth posting about this in the forums.
http://is-not-my.name is offline. So lots of links and the instructions are broken.
Can that wiki page be kept or does it need to be archived? @HulaHoop
new wiki pages:
Please archive. In the minute chance mixmaster is ever maintained or resurrected, this can serve as a staring point for enthusiasts or maintainers.