Security: The adventure continues - SELinux

Thursday, 20 July 2006, 11:34 AM EST

An advantage of upgrading to the latest Fedora Core version (5) is the latest and greatest in SELinux advances. I mentioned in a previous article that a plethora of Linux kernel improvements were available, and SELinux was one of them. Created by the NSA, it now comes by default with the free version of Red Hat: Fedora. Figuring out the many pieces of it and its vast capabilities are a bit of a mystery, but once that is done, it is very powerful.

At Unix Review.

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