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A year ago I published a table of
Security Features in
Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Fedora Core. Since then we've released
two more Fedora versions, and a Red Hat Enterprise Linux, so it's time to
update the table.
Between releases there are lots of changes made to improve security and I've not
listed everything; just a high-level overview of the things I think are most
interesting that help mitigate security risk. We could go into much more
detail, breaking out the number of daemons covered by the SELinux default
policy, the number of binaries compiled PIE, and so on.
1 Since June 2004, 2 Since September 2004, 3 Selected Architectures
Created: 07 Jan 2008
Tagged as: fedora, red hat, security
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Hi! I'm Mark Cox. This blog gives my
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