The Taub Faculty of Computer Science Events and Talks
Monday, 22.12.2008, 18:30
We will continue from "Policy syntax" this meeting (after a quick
review of the previous one).
We will also see how to write an SELinux module to keep a certain
application under control.
SELinux is an access permission system, which is running in many recent
distributions (with or without the computer owner's awareness).
Understanding how this system works seems to become a necessity for a
smooth administration of an updated Linux machine.
Abstract and slides