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Re: How NSA access was built into Windows



On Fri, 2007-01-19 at 21:13 -0800, David Boles wrote:
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> 
> Not one of you had any idea of what you were talking about here. Not one of
> you had any idea what SElinux does. 

Well, - let's play along with that.
The asked question were regarding exactly that.
Not the whole story, - just the bit regarding how NSA is making SELINUX
a secure system wich they - the NSA - will have less (or no) problems
accessing than anyone else.
- Maybe...

> Or why it does what it does. 

Security for a country can be many things - including economic issues.

Being located in the EU, I, for one is concerned wether competition is
an issue here.

> <snip>  To spread FUD. 

Yearh, and i've heard 'bout people who have had there pin-codes stolen.
It never happened to me og anyone i know, - so this must be FUD too.

<snip>
>  I'll be glad to help if I can.

smile when you say that ;-)

/Kenn


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