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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] remove sys_security
    On Mon, Oct 21, 2002 at 02:54:33PM +0100, Mike Wray wrote:
    > I'm not sure the case for removal has been made. Some potential problems
    > with the LSM security syscall have been pointed out. Isn't it better to
    > consider
    > fixes instead of ditching the syscall?

    The conceptual wrong design was pointed out, yes. It's not fixable
    without rplacing it with a proper design of the security module entry
    points.

    > Won't the absence of the syscall just result
    > in even worse code being used? Presumably SELinux will have to implement
    > the syscall functionality some other way.

    Unlike this hook there is a chance we can review their new creations when
    they ask for inclusion.

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