selinux vs grsecurity
lblankers at xs4all.nl
Fri Aug 6 14:02:25 PDT 2004
> I personally always leaned away from SELinux due to it not being very
> open to development and having an interesting licensor (i.e. the NSA).
I know what you mean, a project being developed by "No Such Agency" is
different from any other open-source project.
However SELinux seems to provide a more powerful solution then either
grsecurity or RSBAC and Redhat (through Fedora) is support it and
developing policies for common programs.
So I think I am going to try SELinux. You said Robert has done some work
on it? Are their some notes or drafts I could look at?
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