October 1, 2001

NSA's 'security-enhanced' Linux released

Author: JT Smith

At DebianPlanet.org: "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

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


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