Is there any attack that would be possible just by disabling SELinux? Particularly on a server running http and ssh services?
I was reviewing several different comparison of AppArmor and Selinux which include Why I Like AppArmor More Than SELinux SELinux and AppArmor: An Introductory Comparison From these articles I ...
I am attempting to sandbox some untrusted processes using Linux's MAC frameworks -- either SELinux or AppArmor. I see that both SELinux and AppArmor allow the selected granting of socket level access ...
I have been assigned the task of adopting and implementing a certain backup software solution for our GNU/Linux farm. As per my deparment defined requirements, this solution should support SELinux ...
I am interested in peoples thoughts on what the best approach would be to controlling access to network interfaces at a user/group/process level for a Linux based host. The scenario I have in mind is ...