Christopher James Coleman
ug97cjc at cs.bham.ac.uk
Fri Jan 9 10:32:14 PST 2004
I was going to say: I think that RSBAC is probably the better and more
extensible of the two systems from what I have seen. Also, I think that
RSBAC is a lot more applicable to the environments we are dealing with -
the NSA takes a stand-point of military use (at least slightly, look at
it's MLS model). However, SELinux is a) integrated into the 2.6 kernel, b)
more actively developed and c) comes with a fairly good default policy.
Sorry about that, I accidently sent it =(.
On Fri, 9 Jan 2004, Christopher James Coleman wrote:
> On Fri, 9 Jan 2004, Robert Connolly wrote:
> > ... Selinux is based on obsolete 20 year old standards...
> As a side note, I think RSBAC is attempting to meet similar standards (I
> am sure AO said something about meeting one of the ``Orange Book''
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