In this section, we highlight the security stories from the week in Fedora.
Contributing Writer: JoshBressers
By far the most entertaining story from last week was Linux giving a few choice quotes.
He does get some things right, but there's still the very real fact that security flaws let people do things they shouldn't be able to do. This adds a certain amount of danger and does require more attention than some other flaws. A nice comparison is automotive recalls. If there are two problems, one is a broken cup holder, the second makes the car explode, which do you think they'll do a recall for?
principle of least privilege
Steve Grubb has a nice interview up on SearchEnterpriseLinux.com.
It offers some hints into some of the intresting things that have happened and can be expected in the SELinux space.