SELinux tutorial series, update

Just a small update – the set of SELinux tutorials has been enhanced since my last blog post about it with information on SELinux booleans, customizable types, run-time modi (enforcing versus permissive), some bits about unconfined domains, information on policy loading, purpose of SELinux roles, SELinux users and an example on how a policy works regarding init scripts.

The near future will give more information about the multi-level security aspect, about multi-category support, a review on the SELinux context (as we then have handled each field in the context string) and i’ll also start with the second series that focuses more on policy enhancements and policy building.

And probably a few dozen more. Happy reading!

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