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Re: How NSA access was built into Windows



On Sun, Jan 21, 2007 at 01:14:12 -0500,
  "R. G. Newbury" <newbury mandamus org> wrote:
> 
> 'munitions' so they can ban exports. (Interesting that the 
> constitutional questionibility of banning the export of what is 
> elsewhere clearly recognized as covered under the First Amendment has 
> never been argued at the appeal level.)

The Bernstein case was argued at the appellate level. The government
eventually said they wouldn't bother Bernstein making the case moot before
the supreme court could rule against them.

> So lets hear your answer to the question: is it possible that Selinux 
> could have a backdoor in it. and how difficult is it to compile a system 
> that has no selinux modules included.

And why do you think they are more likely to put a back door there than
other parts of the kernel or common applications such as apache or sendmail?


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