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Andrew Ayer


Systemd is not Magic Security Dust

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More: Even assuming sandboxing is a panacea ( it isn't, but it's a good thing anyway ), the assumption that systemd make it easy and without systemd it isn't easy it's false.

There are plenty of easy to use tools, let me say for example firejail but many others works too, that implement sandboxing in easy and accessible way, and probably thanks to a better awareness, even better than what is usually done with systemd.

| Posted on 2016-10-02 at 21:28:44 UTC by Reader nextime | Reply to This

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