Re: How best (BUT WHY) get rid of SELinux?

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A few valid points are made here among the disparaging remarks that warrant comment.

1) My personal opinion:  Judging the NSA's appropriation of funds to develop secure computing is not a wasteful cause.  (...in good humor... What are you a Democrat? {sorry, I couldn't resist})

2) Who would need this?  I operate in the forensic world and I can tell you that network security should have the highest priority.  This applies specifically for organizations with personal data (ssn, dob, etc), HIPAA requirements, financial particulars including credit card numbers, and vet and military records.  Everyday you can read about breach after breach in the journal.

I also recommend (and employ) bastille, encrypted volumes and ipfilters on my firewall/router.  Paranoid?  I don't think so but I do place value on my and my client's data.

It was my impression that this began as a result of an issue with SE Linux.  If someone has an issue, please post & I'll be happy to assist.


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