non C based environments can have problems
Posted Jan 19, 2007 21:43 UTC (Fri) by pvaneynd
In reply to: non C based environments can have problems
Parent article: LCA: How to improve Debian security
I agree that SELinux is seen as an additional level of security, but some customers would quickly drop the normal unix security 'because SELinux will protect us', much like 'it is ssl encrypted' means that you don't need to pay attention to sql injection problems. Or "we don't need a firewall on the VPN link to our partner, it is encrypted!".
Not that I ever heard comments like that, of course.
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