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    Want to know how to make Linux really secure? Security Enhanced Linux (SE Linux), a system of security policies developed by the NSA, let you secure Linux at every level from the kernel up. Find out how EnGarde Secure Linux and others build and maintain a truly secure server environment. 

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    Reference Policy 20080702 Released
    Date03 Jul 2008
    CategorySELinux
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    Chris PeBenito has announced the latest release of Reference Policy. Notable changes in this release include the ability to specify ...

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    Take a look at NetLabel Tools 0.18
    Date30 Jun 2008
    CategorySELinux
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    Paul Moore of HP has announced the release of version 0.18 of NetLabel Tools, a suite for managing explict labeled networking (...

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    Core SELinux Version R080611 Released
    Date12 Jun 2008
    CategorySELinux
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    The NSA have announced the release of updated version of the core SELinux code, available from their web site. This ...

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    SELinux and Ubuntu
    Date03 Jun 2008
    CategorySELinux
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    Security-enhanced Linux (SELinux) was originally developed as a research prototype of the Linux

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    User Access Control in Drupal 6
    Date14 Apr 2008
    CategorySELinux
    Hits: 14859

    In this article by David Mercer, we will look at an entirely different aspect of running a Drupal website. Once ...

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