Blog Posts Tagged with "SELinux"

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MAC versus DAC in SELinux

September 25, 2011 Added by:Jamie Adams

This simple real-world example demonstrates how MAC rules supersede DAC settings. I encourage you to read the system documentation and experiment on lab systems. Too often system administrators become frustrated by "AVC Denial" messages and resort to disabling this enhanced security...

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Security-Enhanced Linux Support

September 22, 2011 Added by:Jamie Adams

SELinux is an enhancement to the standard kernel that provides fine-grained security MAC rules. The Targeted policy provides security for commonly used daemons such as httpd, dhcpd, mailman, named, portmap, nscd, ntpd, portmap, mysqld, postgres, squid, syslogd, winbind, and ypbind...

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