Developer preps for hardened Linux

Posted by dave on Apr 15, 2004 7:27 AM EDT
ComputerWorld; By Matthew Cooney
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Security Enhanced Linux, a "hardened" version of the open-source software that was helped into existence by a U.S. spy agency, is on the verge of gaining broad acceptance, a New Zealand developer says. Kerry Thompson, an Auckland security consultant, says the pending release of the Fedora Core 2 distribution will introduce SELinux to mainstream Linux users.

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