Linux fragmenting at last (blog post)
Posted Mar 2, 2006 13:14 UTC (Thu) by erich
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I've used grsecurity, but it's ACLs were almost as bad to setup.
And they are pretty hard to define properly.
E.g. it makes a difference between calling
Which totally sucks, but applies to all languages with runtime environments, including Perl, Python, Java, Mono.
"Transitions" in SELinux are a really nice thing, most other ACL systems are lacking. and while I personally have little use for MCS and MLS (Multiple class security, multiple level security), they make perfect sense for corporate environments with multiple "trustedness" user levels.
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