A Deep Dive into SELinux

A Deep Dive into SELinux

Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux), initially known for its perceived complexity in configuration and maintenance, has evolved into an indispensable security architecture across most Linux distributions. It empowers administrators to finely control the actions permitted to individual users, processes, and system daemons, thereby bolstering defense against potential security breaches. Through the enforcement of precise security parameters, SELinux functions within the kernel to partition security policies and oversee their implementation, granting administrators heightened authority over system…

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