Chris Hanson
Sep 25, 2017 · 1 min read

Just because you didn’t see it at the time doesn’t mean this was actually the case. SELinux and various equivalent efforts for other Unix systems were in progress, as was Apple’s OS transition to Mac OS X, which started with the standard Unix security model and systematically added in a lot of layered security features including signing and sand boxing.

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