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How the NSA took Linux to the next level

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 6 years ago

Operating Systems 0

An anonymous reader writes "You know SELinux is built to be virtually attack-proof, but do you know how the National Security Agency (NSA) accomplish it? Take a closer look at the SELinux kernel architecture, why this is important, and what makes SELinux one of the most secure implementations of Linux available."

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