An easy way to deploy SELinux?
SELinux The good thing about SELinux (Security-Enhanced Linux) is that it can really help you lock down a Linux system. The bad thing about SELinux is that it can be a real pain to put all those locks and chains in place in the first place.

To answer that, the SELinux Policy Editor (seedit) project has just released a new version of the program, seedit 2.0. If you've seen the earlier version, from Japan's Hitachi Software, you'll be pleased to know that almost everything about it has been changed, according to the project's Yuichi Nakamura.

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