How logins get their SELinux user context

Sometimes, especially when users are converting their systems to be SELinux-enabled, their user context is wrong. An example would be when, after logon (in permissive mode), the user is in the system_u:system_r:local_login_t domain instead of a user domain like staff_u:staff_r:staff_t.
So, how does a login get …

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Mitigating DDoS attacks

Lately, DDoS attacks have been in the news more than I was hoping for. It seems that the botnets or other methods that are used to generate high-volume traffic to a legitimate service are becoming more and more easy to get and direct. At the time that I'm writing this …

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