Asstroturfer Erik Funkenbusch wrote on behalf of micoshaft corporation:
> On Tue, 17 Oct 2006 08:21:20 +0100, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> Author dishes on SELinux enhancements to RHEL5
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>>| Now Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 and SELinux will have policy
>>| modules, which are small loadable pieces that can be
>>| distributed with an application or created by an
>>| administrator. Then, the admin creates the module
>>| and installs it on a system. This approach allows
>>| Red Hat to ship default policies for several apps
>>| that can be automated and applied right out of the box.
> Oh, but Linux is already secure, isn't it?
It is more secure compared to flippy floppy OSes like
micoshaft corporations expee.
70%+ of the world's spam originates from
p2p controlled spammer owned expee boxes.