A Step-by-Step Guide to Building a New SELinux Policy Module

    Date23 Aug 2007
    Posted ByBrittany Day
    I know in the past few weeks I've been very "offense-oriented" - lots of discussions on the latest cracks, DefCon post-analysis, etc. Let's switch back to a good defense scheme with a great starter article on building SELinux policies. Be sure to read the comments at the end warning users on placing too much trust in audit2allow output - this is something many first timers take for granted that could lead to holes in your security layers. In this article's case, the best defense is...well, a great defense!

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