selinux vs apparmor

From: Rod-Lists 
anyone tried both? are they equivalent? Both are available on debian.

=============================================================== From: "Robert A. Kelly III" ------------------------------------------------------ I don't have much experience here, but they are similar (both provide mandatory access control via a Linux Security Module), but with somewhat different approaches (SELinux uses labels while AppArmor uses paths). Some claim AppArmor is easier to use and administer. I guess AppArmor would be the way to go if you are concerned about the NSA conspiracy theories (SELinux was developed by the NSA and I saw some claims recently that it's counterpart, SE for Android, was being used by the NSA to bug all Android cell phone calls), but I don't really buy into that. It's not that I don't believe the NSA is engaged in broad and invasive surveillance and spying (I do), but I don't believe SELinux or SE for Android are being used as tools to that end. I have not used either on Debian, although I have been thinking about it. Perhaps someone else has some real experience to share.