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ghenry at suretecsystems.com
Sun Jan 18 11:48:12 UTC 2004
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On Sunday 18 Jan 2004 2:54 am, Alan Cox wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 17, 2004 at 11:21:01PM -0300, Alexandre Strube wrote:
> > What, NSA trying to protect our computer's privacy? Or opening it easier
> > to them? They don't look like the kind of organization which loves
> > people's privacy. This SELinux stuff is all weird to me.
> One of the beauties of Open Source.
> The NSA is charged with several things including protecting the USA from
> bad stuff. Nobody would trust the NSA code apart from the fact that being
> open lots of other people (including foreign NSA equivalents) have been
> looking over it. If the NSA have backdoored it then it would have to be
> very well hidden, and its probably much more likely they backdoored
> the x86 silicon instead.
What about grsecurity? Were there any talks about this instead of SELinux?
Open Source. Open Solutions.
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