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In regards to GNU/Linux security modules, tools and models - notes to self

Posted 10-10-2020 at 05:01 AM by zeebra
Updated 10-10-2020 at 07:11 AM by zeebra

Is GNU/Linux inherently an unsafe system since so many different security modules, tools and models exist, or is it merely an extension that makes it possible to harden a GNU/Linux system beyond comprehension and basically lock down everything, control everything and see and log everything?
Some distroes say that KISS (keep it simple stupid) provides a better security, and they might be right.. It should minimize potential holes, errors and reduce the attack surface. While others include...
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