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Ah cool thats pretty interesting and I can see why they would employ it in a production enviroment instead of a having it across the entire company. THCMinister, did the corporation you work for employ just SELinux or did it have a multitude of security for linux such as AppArmor or GrSecurity?

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It was just SELinux. Most of the security we ran was network software/hardware based security. Routers/switches/etc.. Root was disabled but there were users with elevated privileges. Developers never had access to Production, and in Dev, they very seldom had elevated privileges. We mainly set them up with RSA keys. We had a lot of monitoring applications for linux(and windows) that was primarily for security.

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