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Re: To the contrary

In a fully deployed scenario SELinux certainly does have the ability to provide greater security than AppArmor as it can address a wider range of threat models. Unfortunately, making MAC both secure and practical (i.e., deployable for most organizations) isn't the easiest of task and AppArmor does focus on usability instead of covering every possible threat vector. I didn't mean to discredit SELinux, just to point out that for the vast majority of users out there for whom SELinux is too complicated to deploy that AppArmor is avilable and very easy (in my mind anyway) to setup.

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