Critical Linux security API is still a kludge (Inquirer)
Posted Oct 23, 2006 16:18 UTC (Mon) by ajross
In reply to: Critical Linux security API is still a kludge (Inquirer)
Parent article: Critical Linux security API is still a kludge (Inquirer)
[...] but how difficult could it be to tell the first module that
loads (eg AppArmor) that it's okay to load dazuko too?
My reading of this statement in their FAQ is that it's just spin.
It's very common for two security solutions to collide, and for very
good design reasons. To an AV scanner, another AV scanner look an
awful lot like a rootkit. Making them work together, in the open
souce world, is called "collaboration," and it makes the software
better for everyone.
And that seems to be exactly the step that the "Dazuko" jokers want
to skip. The article was clearly a troll, and about some IMHO pretty
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