Sunday 26th August, 2012
3:15pm to 4:15pm
Security Enhanced Linux is know to most by now, nevertheless it is still disabled in most cases due to fact that most people do not take the time to understand the tools to automate security and how to work with SELinux. This presentation aims to give an update to new and current tools of SELinux. It demonstrates how to generate policies, how to generate policy groups and how to use newly integrated features to lessen the burden on how to use SELinux.
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