Home > Privacy, Security, Encryption > SELinux and Solaris Trusted ExtensionsSELinux and Solaris Trusted Extensions Submitted by diegocg Thom Holwerda 2007-03-29 Privacy, Security, Encryption 7 CommentsOSNews reported recently about an article from Sun comparing the Solaris 10 security extensions to RHEL 5’s SELinux implementation. James Morris, a SELinux developer, talks about that article. He also links to another article about the same topic. About The Author Thom HolwerdaFollow me on Twitter @thomholwerda 7 Comments 2007-03-29 7:12 pm poohgeeBTW the mentalrootkit.org link is a lot more interesting than the livejournal link .This changed my view from“Linux never bothers about security – only new features & performance”to“ahh … thats how SELinux makes sense & fits in” .Very interesting read .Edited 2007-03-29 19:13 2007-03-29 9:38 pm macetoVery good article and it ripped the old to shreds…both Solaris and RHEL. 2007-03-29 10:33 pm antikLinux guys tend to forget BSD http://www.trustedbsd.org/ 2007-03-30 12:46 am RahulIt’s actually mentioned in the blogs if you had bothered to read. 2007-03-30 8:32 am antikIt’s actually mentioned in the blogs if you had bothered to read.You mean I have to read ALL FOUR links? 2007-03-30 10:45 pm RahulIt is actually two links and yes you would have to read them both if you want to discuss them here. 2007-03-31 6:36 pm netpythonGood to see FC7 SELinux protects mozilla browsers and e-mail programs such as thunderbird and evolution by default.In addtition to (optional) noscript firefox extension it benefits overall system security.