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Security Enhanced Linux (SELinux)

Introduction SELinux is an implementation of MAC over LSM in Linux Kernel. SELinux, originally developed by N.S.A. allows applications to be confined by the kernel. Inside that "confined area", much more grained than a standard chroot, in which we can allow only certain operations, for example: adding information to a file, read from a directory but not writing, even just for one file in a standard directory, etc... Policies Each policy has different applications, and restrictions to the (...)

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