Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 20th Sep 2013 17:48 UTC
FreeBSD

There has been a lot of maturing technologies in FreeBSD 10, with many new features which make this release, I think, the most exciting one in years. A lot of development has gone into virtualisation support. Virtualisation with FreeBSD Jails has been available for a long time, but not so much "full virtualisation".

Let's have a look at the some of the most talked about, most requested and most interesting features that have found their way into or are planned for 10.0, but may not make the deadline.

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RE: Comment by Berend de Boer
by Drumhellar on Sat 21st Sep 2013 05:25 UTC in reply to "Comment by Berend de Boer"
Drumhellar
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FreeBSD absolutely has SELinux/AppArmor features.

Those are primarily Mandatory Access Control and Capability-based security frameworks, which FreeBSD has had starting with the 5.x series nearly a decade ago.

It also has Sun's Basic Security Module API, in the form of OpenBSM (which started at Apple for MacOS X), which provides a capable security audit system.

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