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RE : a secure base system -> ADAMANTIX
From: "Abdelkader ALLAM" <aallamaa () yahoo fr>
Date: Mon, 15 Mar 2004 17:40:34 +0100

Hello,

I would recommend Adamantix (http://www.adamantix.org) aka Trusted
Debian (http://www.trusteddebian.org) , which features RSBAC and PaX.
Adamantix aims to be a distribution that is hard to crack, but not hard
to use. In other words, highly-secure (its target is Common Criteria
LSPP AEL 5 or higher) but usable. This solution is based on Debian.

Regards,
Abdelkader ALLAM


-----Message d'origine-----
De : full-disclosure-admin () lists netsys com
[mailto:full-disclosure-admin () lists netsys com] De la part de Fabrice
MARIE
Envoyé : lundi 15 mars 2004 13:34
À : full-disclosure () lists netsys com
Cc : harry
Objet : Re: [Full-Disclosure] a secure base system


Hello,

On Monday 15 March 2004 19:37, harry wrote:
hi all,
i have a little question. i'm asked to set up a base system, which has

to be secure. we want a system from which we can easily install a 
compromised system. so i had a few ideas to make it as secure and yet
as 
usable as possible:
[...]
==> is this ok, too paranoia or is there somenting i'm missing, and 
cound it be even more safe?
[...]

I would recommend you to use RSBAC (http://www.rsbac.org/)
if you want even more tight security.

Have a nice day,

Fabrice.
--
Fabrice A. MARIE
FMA Risk Management Solutions
http://www.fma-rms.com/

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