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Firewall your applications with AppArmor

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

"Traditional methods of securing a computer have revolved around controlling access to critical services. So, if you need to secure network applications, you need to police network traffic. But security vendors are realizing that securing a computer, in effect, boils down to protecting the applications instead. Novell's AppArmor is designed with just this is mind." This is very useful for security concerned users. Since SUSE 10.1 has AppArmor... may as well give it a try! Read more @ Linux.com.
posted by linnerd40, Wednesday, December 06, 2006


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