Posted Apr 20, 2006 15:13 UTC (Thu) by jamesm
In reply to: Systrace
Parent article: Quotes of the week
Many (perhaps millions) of people are using SELinux in common use.
SELinux was in fact developed specifically for integration into general use operating systems (although it is also suitable for protecting highly sensitive information). One of the fundamental principles is policy flexibility, allowing SELinux to be deployed in a wide variety of different security scenarios by loading different policies.
For a good basic introduction to the design goals of SELinux and its implementation, see this OLS 2005 presentation:
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