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selinux MCS

This is the second post regarding selinux arising from security discussions at our LUG. Introduction Selinux uses MAC, or mandatory access control, to grant or deny access to files or processes. Multi-Category Security (MCS) is a method of giving users … Continue reading

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selinux sandbox

This is the second in a series of blogs arising from security discussions in my LUG. This month we covered selinux and here I will show some examples of using the selinux sandbox. Dan Walsh explains a selinux sandbox Introducing … Continue reading

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