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

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On Thu, 2007-09-27 at 00:21 -0500, Les Mikesell wrote:
> Peter Gordon wrote:
> > Tom Horsley wrote:
> >> One could also wonder if there could possibly be any reason for
> >> the NSA to want a shared library they wrote loaded into every
> >> program's address space? (pleasant dreams :-).
> > 
> > I'd be worried were it not for the fact that the entire source code
> > for said library and its utilities both in in and out of kernelspace
> > is all freely available for your perusal at any time...
> I think you are a bit too trusting.  There are ways...
sure but if you don't have the source code at all, this type of behavior
is the least of your worries.


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