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Re: How NSA access was built into Windows



Ralf Corsepius:
>>> One thing I can tell for sure: There is still a noticible group of Linux
>>> users in Europe, for whom this incident and the NSA's involvement into
>>> SELinux is an argument for "not choosing" Fedora.

Claude Jones
>> I'm not surprised, and I have heard that myself - in fact, that comes up
>> quite frequently in other forums and lists - I just haven't seen much
>> discussion of it here...

Anne Wilson:
> That reads as though Fedora is the only one employing SELinux.  I'm sure 
> that's not so, and I've definitely seen it proposed in magazines as the way 
> forward that will become a de facto standard.

Taking the opposite line of attack, it is possible to completely remove
it from a Linux installation, isn't it?



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