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SELinuxDenyPtrace and security by default

SELinuxDenyPtrace and security by default

Posted Apr 12, 2012 18:22 UTC (Thu) by Fats (subscriber, #14882)
In reply to: SELinuxDenyPtrace and security by default by JoeBuck
Parent article: SELinuxDenyPtrace and security by default

"What Dan misses is that his employer has sold a number of large deployments to corporate customers, where the software developers don't have root on the systems they use."

I do hope this employer then has proper IT group that during testing finds out the ptrace() should be allowed for the programmers. Otherwise I think that company will be doomed because in general they won't be able to properly support their programmers.

greets,
Staf.


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