SELinux (Security-Enhanced Linux) is an implementation of a flexible mandatory, role-based access control architecture on Linux. It is primarily used to confine system processes.

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How does SELinux effect the Linux Kernel networking stack?

I'm interested in how SELinux effects the processing of packets through the networking stack. I've found the following questions and answers: Network policies under AppArmor/SELinux Filtering ...