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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Version 3 (2.6.23-rc8) Smack: Simplified Mandatory Access Control Kernel


On Mon, 1 Oct 2007, James Morris wrote:
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> Merging Smack, however, would lock the kernel into the LSM API.
> Presently, as SELinux is the only in-tree user, LSM can still be removed.

Hell f*cking NO!

You security people are insane. I'm tired of this "only my version is
correct" crap. The whole and only point of LSM was to get away from that.

And anybody who claims that there is "consensus" on SELinux is just in
denial.

People are arguing against other peoples security on totally bogus points.
First it was AppArmor, now this.

I guess I have to merge AppArmor and SMACK just to get this *disease* off
the table. You're acting like a string theorist, claiming that t here is
no other viable theory out there. Stop it. It's been going on for too damn
long.

Linus
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