SELinux sparks tussle over Linux security model

Monday, 22 October 2007, 2:21 AM EST

Should Security Enhanced Linux be designated as the sole security framework for Linux?

While most security specialists would agree on the high quality of SELinux, proponents are arguing this framework is the only one that should be needed for the open-source operating system kernel. In fact, it would eliminate the need for the Linux Security Module, an open platform for outsider developers to build their own security frameworks for Linux.

At GCN.

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