[lug] SELinux

mad.scientist.at.large at tutanota.com mad.scientist.at.large at tutanota.com
Sun Jan 28 22:04:38 MST 2018

that's just one more reason not to write things in java.  if i were "enterprise" i'd probably be doing the writing in a real language, for most things i hate interpreted languages, they are slow, slow, slow if doing any real work.  But i do see you're point, considering how "HOT" java is.  I mean the whole point is security, using java is hardly helpful in that pursuit, but i know you have to give the customer what they want.

Yes, i will learn it as it's another usefull layer for security in depth.  I also plan to run multiple, different firewalls (banking industry standard, for web access is 3 layers of fire wall from different vendors, last i heard anyway).

mad.scientist.at.large (a good madscientist)
God bless the rich, the greedy and the corrupt politicians they have put into office.   God bless them for helping me do the right thing by giving the rich my little pile of cash.  After all, the rich know what to do with money.

28. Jan 2018 21:16 by zlynx at acm.org:

> On 1/28/2018 4:11 PM, > mad.scientist.at.large at tutanota.com>  wrote:
>> the defaults in centos 6.9 (run by RH) enables many dangerous options by default, like executing code in the heap or memory shared with variables and program,
> You cannot run Java applications without those things. Just try being "enterprise" without Java.
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