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Source: Security Blog Brindle - Posted by Bill Keys   
SELinux We all know that we should not turn off SELinux but how many of us really do keep it on? As I see SELinux grow, so too the number of people keeping their SELinux implementation in enforcing mode. This article states that many companies are developing new software to make using SELinux easier. How would these tools affect the SELinux policy security?

Next Iíd like to mention that, while this is a noble effort and Iím very happy to see enterprise vendors showing their customers how they can use SELinux, this article essentially tells people to audit2allow the SAP related denials into policy without reviewing exactly what those denials were or whether they were appropriate. My status quo encapsulation article is an analysis of this style of policy writing and why it is bad.

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