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NSA's 'security-enhanced' Contributed by Anonymous on Monday, October 01 @ 15:47:51 BST
Four days ago, the 2nd public release of the NSA's 'security-enhanced' (http://www.nsa.gov/selinux/) version of Linux (it's not an entire distribution) came out. The NSA describes it as having 'a strong, flexible mandatory access control architecture incorporated into the major subsystems of the kernel".
I know that this works with Red Hat, but what about Debian? Can somebody know if this will be include in a new release of Debian? I hope the answer to both question is YES !
DanielS: Hmm. Would it be non-US? Pretty ironic if it did; it would also prevent Debian from releasing with it (unless you count non-US as psrt of the release).