Re: SeLinux, should I disable it?

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On Sun, 2011-01-23 at 01:16 +0000, Marko Vojinovic wrote:
> In general, it seems that SELinux is slowly getting adopted by many,
> if not all distros. And yes, I would say that distros which don't have
> SELinux in enforcing mode by default are indeed less secure than
> Fedora. So to answer your question, if you disable SELinux in Fedora,
> it will be as secure as any distro that doesn't use SELinux, which is
> *less* secure than with SELinux active.

There seems to be this paranoia about SELinux being developed by the
NSA, so they're afraid what they may be able to do to you.  Disregarding
the fact that if you were to not have SELinux, they'd still be able to
do whatever they could do, probably even more so.   :-p

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