Re: SElinux

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On 4/1/06, Craig White <craigwhite@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Sun, 2006-04-02 at 03:01 +0300, Caser wrote:
> > Hi to all,
> > is there any risk if i disable SElinux
> > i have only one user (of course with root)
> ----
> SELinux is not just about systems with local account access but about
> security layering so that if one element is broken, the machine isn't
> necessarily completely compromised.
> Is there any risk if you disable SELinux? Yes
> Should you care is the question you are apparently asking - and the
> answer I would give you is yes but it's a determination you have to make
> yourself.
> Craig

With SELinux disabled Fedora Core is no better nor worse in regards to
security than other Linux distributions such as SUSE, Debian, or

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