In current Fedora 32 Beta, if you have freeipa-server package present on your system, you can see that SELinux module “ipa” is enabled twice. You can check it using semodule command.
Hi All, January and February are always connected with two great open-source conferences in Europe. First, is Devconf.cz based in Brno Czechia and the second
Last week colleague of mine asked, how to prove that some operation is allowed in installed SELinux policy? This could be useful when you’re troubleshooting
Today, I would like to focus on more advance feature in SELinux technology which are confined users. I wrote several posts where I described how
Last week article about the udica was published on fedoramagazine.Go and see how easily SELinux policy could be generated for containers! We also collects use
Hi All, We had Open House Brno 2019 and our team Platform Security had talk on this event. Slides are available here, demos are here.
Some time ago, I published a post about shipping custom SELinux modules together with product as rpm subpackage. One of the steps in shipping custom
Hello everyone! Some time ago I introduced first part of shipping own custom module with rpm package of your application. This solution allows you to
Hi! Today, I’ll show you how to modify SELinux module from distro policy without rebuilding whole selinux-policy rpm package. This can be useful during testing
Hello SELinux enthusiasts! On Flock conference, me and Mirek Grepl will talk about shipping own SELinux modules for your service and show you SELinux power