Managing SELinux with SETools

    Date30 Oct 2007
    CategorySELinux
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    Posted ByBrittany Day
    Configuring high-end SELinux (Security-enhanced Linux) policies can be a daunting challenge to system administrators, especially those who are new to the concepts and processes. But there are a number of useful tools available that will help you write, analyze and report on your policy. In this tip we'll look at one of these tools: SETools, a free open source product from Tresys Technology. This takes you through the capabilities of SETools, installing on your system and testing it out. With some emphasis on graphical tools and varied capabilities, this is a very useful resource.
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