> or the worst thing if hacker cant do this he can try to compromize
> sys-firewall in the same way as sysnet bcs its the same topology.And after
> compromizing sys-firewall then can do whatever he like.
I'm not sure what you're trying to say here. Anyway it should be
difficult to compromise sys-firewall, as the attack surface just isn't
that big. But still possible, most likely.
Anyway after compromising sys-firewall, the attacker is still confined
to sys-firewall. This just allows the attacker to observe and modify
network traffic, which is already a part of your threat model. Right?
The attacker would need to break out to dom0 to "do whatever (s)he wants".
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