IT managers that want to secure their Linux environments and keep things running smoothly have a very powerful tool at their disposal: Security Enhanced Linux, or SELinux, an implementation of mandatory access controls originally developed by the National Security Agency (NSA) and integrated in to most mainstream Linux distributions.


The problem is, these days many users simply turn SELinux off (it's built into Red Hat Enterprise Linux).

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