On Tue, 5 Jul 2005, Richard Hally wrote:
> When was SELinux included in the mainline Linux 2.6, what
NSA has two main missions. See their site
"The ability to understand the secret communications of our foreign
adversaries while protecting our own communications -- a capability in
which the United States leads the world -- gives our nation a unique
hmm, ok. SELinux still sounds counterproductive :)
> Im sure NSA would love to have backdoor to SELinux if someone
> reasons (what NSA thinks is evil) uses SELinux. Since SELinux is open
> source it cant be something obviously because it will be found very
> quickly. Must be something that its really, really well hidden.
Think about it... It is probably the most examined code in the whole open
source world. "many eyes" carried to the extreme!
Good to hear.
> I guess you have heard opinions like this before :)
> It was the first things I thought about when I first heard about SELinux
> several years ago.
Just because you are paranoid doesn't mean someone is not out to get you.
I'll have my tinfoil hat on for the rest of the day ;)