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SELinuxDenyPtrace and security by default

SELinuxDenyPtrace and security by default

Posted Apr 13, 2012 6:08 UTC (Fri) by jackb (guest, #41909)
In reply to: SELinuxDenyPtrace and security by default by slashdot
Parent article: SELinuxDenyPtrace and security by default

Specifically, there should be a strong distinction between the privileges of a USER, and the privileges of a PROGRAM, which should NOT get all the privileges of the user who runs it (actually, it should get none, by default).
Isn't that what selinux is all about?


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