Security Enhanced Linux
This page contains resources on SELinux - the
Security Enhanced Linux operating system which was
developed in part by the US National Security Agency and
released to the Open Source development community. I've
been doing lots of testing and research on SELinux lately,
and this page will provide the reader interested in
SELinux with plenty of resources on getting started.
My UnOfficial FAQ on SELinux.
Advice on how to switch it off (and on again).
Links to SELinix resources all over the web.
A formatted copy of the README from the selinux-usr package, essential information on installing SELinux on RedHat & Fedora distributions.
A formatted copy of the README from the selinux-usr package describing the conditional policy extensions.
Slides from a presentation given to the New Zealand Linux Users Group in Auckland, on the 5th of April 2004.