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SubjectRe: Linux Security Protection System
On Wed, Oct 16, 2002 at 04:08:54PM +0200, Bosko Radivojevic wrote:
> LinSec team is proud to announce first stable release of LinSec.
>
> LinSec, as the name says, is Linux Security Protection System. The main aim
> of LinSec is to introduce Mandatory Access Control (MAC) mechanism into
> Linux (as opposed to existing Discretionary Access Control mechanism).
> LinSec model is based on:
>
> * Capabilities
> * Filesystem Access Domains
> * IP Labeling Lists
> * Socket Access Control

Can you describe, shortly, how LinSec is different from SELinux ?

I didn't see a FAQ on your web site.

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