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Google Ports Capsicum To Linux, and Other End-of-Year Capsicum News 71

Posted by Unknown Lamer
from the eros-lives-on dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Security researcher Robert Watson at the University of Cambridge has posted a blog article describing recent progress on the Capsicum security model, which will shortly appear in FreeBSD 10.0 enabled by default, and has now been ported to Linux by Google, who have posted patches with the intent to upstream to the Linux kernel." Capability systems are pretty interesting.

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Google Ports Capsicum To Linux, and Other End-of-Year Capsicum News

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