Linked by Amjith Ramanujam on Fri 18th Jul 2008 17:06 UTC, submitted by Rahul
Linux Linux security may seem daunting, but there are a host of best practices to simplify the maze. Recently, Steve Grubb of Red Hat Inc. outlined some important security principles, including minimizing admin access, the increasing sophistication of SELinux and the importance of auditing systems.
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for most work AppArmor works fine
by sgibofh on Sun 20th Jul 2008 18:51 UTC
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We've seen SELINUX systems where people simply get to the point that it doesn't work; As a measure, the SELINUX stuff is disabled. This is where AppArmor comes to mind. It's easier, configs are readable for most people.

I am not argueing about SELINUX vs whatever. Just a point that's backed by real life.

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