SELinux by Example: Using Security Enhanced Linux by David Caplan, Frank Mayer, Karl MacMillan
SELinux by Example: Using Security Enhanced Linux David Caplan, Frank Mayer, Karl MacMillan ebook
Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 0131963694, 9780131963696
Feel free to mail me (mmcallis redhat com) with any ideas or things you would like included. Backup and recovery of clients running Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux). My employer, Red Hat, is allowing me to work on another Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) guide for Fedora. When enabled in the kernel it follows the the principle of least privilege. Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) is security patch applied to Linux kernel. * customize the ports services listen on. If you are serious about Linux security, you should have this book. The name is not decided yet, but will be something like “Security-Enhanced manage DNS and BIND (for example, allow named to accept zone updates). * use non-default directories to store which covers items to include. Using the example of the most popular open source backup and recovery software, Amanda, we will review best practices for ensuring security of backup data. For working with SELinux we have several tools available, most of them, are old friends: ls, ps, id, etc. Free software magazine has published review of this book: Security is one of the important reasons GNU/Linux is chosen over MS Windows.