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Is Selinux enabled on your system? It is an extra security for linux operating systems, If you are a home user i think plain linux is pretty secure and fine. I have noticed ISP's disabling selinux saying it causes more difficulties rather enhanced security.
I think the fact that this thread started on 5/16 and a proper answer did not show up until 6/15 proves the point of my suggestion. Yes, there are a lot of Centos users here (including me), but when things are renamed it is often easier to go to the source to see what the new name is.
Hmm. I'd like to think it's more a placement issue. Would this have been in Red Hat or at least in Distributions it would have gotten more exposure, but maybe that's just my wishful thinking. This isn't some hardcore Centos-centric issue that can't be solved by 'yum -C search "system-config-selinux"' or say rpm.pbone.net or one of us, right? Anyway, in essence you're right: nearly a month is way too much.