In SELinux Cookbook, we cover everything from how to build SELinux policies to the integration of the technology with other systems and look at a wide range of examples to assist in creating additional policies. The first set of recipes work around file labeling as one of the most common and important SELinux administrative aspects. Then, we move on to custom policy develo...more
This book provides a simple(relative to SElinux) rulebook to create and evaluate SElinux rulesets so that you can harden or evaluate your linux server security. If you never touched SElinux before, chances are that you will find that book complex beyond reason, keep some references/documentation within reach and, more importantly, try "breaking stuff" with some test VMs so you will understand what you are typing/executing(don't do it on a production se ...more
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approach' starting from files,users roles,applications, desktops, servers, defining user roles..
The application of SELinux Environment can greatly benefit an organization as it has various options available to deploy a layered security ap ...more