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Old 1st August 2012, 15:10
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It's not insecure without SELinux at all. For example, Debian doesn't use SELinux, and it's not more or less secure than CentOS - in the end it all depends on what you do with the system and how you configure it. In my opinion SELinux is a PITA when you try to troubleshot problems, so if you want to do yourself a favour, switch it off.
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