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Re: bittorrent in core? what frontend?



Michael A. Peters wrote:
Oh I see what you are saying.
When trusted application foo is being run by user in trusted group bar
(or open for any user) - the firewall will open ports xxxx to yyyy
should foo request they be opened - for the duration that foo is
running.

That would be slick.

Overall, that kind of thinking is what it's going to take to use SELinux to get real security improvements over standard Linux for processes that are run by everyday users... We'll need some kind of "security manager" where root can tick off what kind of actions that root wants to allow ordinary users to do.


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