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Additional kernel security features with RHEL

What security features are added to the standard Linux kernel by Red Hat in RHEL?

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I think the key feature added to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux kernel is SELinux. It's a security access control architecture. The RHEL 4 kernel also supports file system encryption, VPNs using IPsec and enhanced support for IPtables.

This was first published in August 2006

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