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SubjectRe: Secure Linux
On Tue, Jan 30, 2001 at 06:47:18PM +0000, Dale Amon wrote:
> Has anyone else signed up on the NSA's secure Linux
> discussion list? The idea of NSA backing the development
> of a secure GPL'd linux is one I find intriguing.

1) It is not "Secure Linux", it is "Security Enhanced Linux".
It's a proof of concept of adding type enforcement to the Linux kernel
and looks very promising.

> However I have only seen one posting. Is there anyone
> "real" involved with it?

Why not join the selinux mailing list and find out?

selinux@tycho.nsa.gov

Seems to be a pretty active list.

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