Archive for July, 2006

2007 SELinux Symposium dates and call for papers posted

by Joshua Brindle |  Monday, July 31st, 2006

The SELinux Symposium has posted its dates and the call for papers for 2007. More information can be found at the press release.

Heise: Debian 4.0 to Support SELinux

by James Morris |  Thursday, July 27th, 2006

Heise reports that the upcoming 4.0 release of Debian will mark the start of support for SELinux. This is the result of a project by Manoj Srivastava to further the initial Debian SELinux work by Russell Coker, re-syncing with upstream and incorporating SELinux into the mainstream Debian project.

See also: SELinux page on the Debian Wiki.

Tresys open source server now available

by Joshua Brindle |  Thursday, July 13th, 2006

Tresys has announced the availability of an open source server where their projects will be hosted. The reference policy is the first project to be moved and anonymous subversion access for it is now available.

Tresys Brickwall preview release available

by Joshua Brindle |  Monday, July 10th, 2006

Tresys has announced that a preview of their newest product, Brickwall, is now available for download at their products webpage. Tresys Brickwall allows administrators to configure fine-gained network access control for individual applications without having special knowledge of SELinux.

Seedit 2.0 Released

by James Morris |  Thursday, July 6th, 2006

Yuichi Nakamura has announced the release of seedit 2.0, an SELinux policy editor. It includes a simplified policy scheme, and a new GUI. See screenshots at the SF project page.