July 29th, 2012
Tresys have announced the release of version 2.20120725 of the Reference Policy code base. Highlights in this release include SEPostgresql and virtualization updates.
February 19th, 2012
Joshua Brindle has announced the latest release of the SELinux Userspace package, available from the developer site. Updates in this release include support for Python 3 in its language bindings, separation of tunables and booleans and enhancements to the Sandbox.
February 15th, 2012
Tresys have announced the latest release of the SELinux Reference Policy. This is primarily a maintenance release. The repository has also been restructured to utilize git submodules.
January 6th, 2012
The NSA have announced the initial public release of the Security Enhanced Android (SE Android) project.
Security Enhanced (SE) Android is a project to identify and address critical gaps in the security of Android. Initially, the SE Android project is enabling the use of SELinux in Android in order to limit the damage that can be done by flawed or malicious apps and in order to enforce separation guarantees between apps. However, the scope of the SE Android project is not limited to SELinux.
SE Android is currently available as source code. Instructions on building and installing the project may be found at the project web page.
July 27th, 2011
Steve Lawrence has announced the latest release of SELinux Userspace. This release appears to be mostly bugfixes.
July 27th, 2011
Tresys have announced the latest release of SELinux Reference Policy. This is primarily a maintenance release, with support for several OS packages, including mediawiki, bugzilla and passenger.
May 3rd, 2011
Wind River has announced the launch of an EAL4+ certified embedded Linux OS, Wind River Linux Secure. The certification platform is ARM, “including hardware from Texas Instruments, Intel and Power architectures”. SELinux is utilized for mandatory access control. This is the first commercial embedded Linux OS to receive this level of certification.
January 9th, 2011
Chad Sellers has announced the latest release of the SELinux userspace suite. This version includes support for on-the-fly sandboxing of applications (including X apps), support for building with GCC 4.6, ‘newrole’ support for libcap-ng, and several robustness enhancements.
December 15th, 2010
Chris PeBenito has announced the release of the latest version of Reference Policy. This is primarily a maintenance release, but includes new support for several packages, including cgroup, livecd and hadoop.
May 25th, 2010
Tresys have announced version 20100525 of the SELinux userspace suite. Changes in this version include the ability to enable or disable semodule support, generation of ‘dontaudit’ rules via audtit2allow, improved documentation and improved support across different distributions. Source packages may be downloaded here, with the entire repository also available via git.