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zatriz: yes, but with "rm -fvr" that comforty feeling goes away as you see all your docs you forgot to backup being deleted
but i chose RSBAC , actualy i use rsbac-dev-sources from gentoo, includes RSBAC, PAX, some tcp stealth/nmap patch .. and i think a few others ... also use -fstack-protector as a CFLAG and programs start crashing if theres a possible stack problem
but i would vote for RSBAC, as it gives me the ability to use nmap to its fullest when im not root