SELinux is a modification of the Linux kernel and some userspace tools that adds Mandatory Access Controls and Role-Based Access Controls to the Linux system. We will be holding a 3-part SELinux introduction. This will consist of: a) Short overview and background for basic understanding b) Installation (participants should bring their own systems, they can be reinstalled from scratch or updated) c) Workshop to get the installed system up and running, installing additional software, reconfiguring the security policy, etc. We expect the whole session to fit into a 120 minute slot, though the workshop might extend beyond that, if interest is high. We will also try to bring an SELinux "play machine" where interested people can take a look at a running system and try to take it apart.
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