Archive for the 'Projects' Category

CLIP 3.1.0 for RHEL 5.3 Released

by James Morris |  Wednesday, March 18th, 2009

Tresys have announced the release of version 3.1.0 of Certifiable Linux Integration Platform (CLIP) for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) version 5.3. This release includes support for meeting several government security standards, and for the iptables-based SECMARK network controls.

New mailing list for CLIP discussion

by James Morris |  Tuesday, March 10th, 2009

Tresys have announced a mailing list for the CLIP (Certifiable Linux Integration Platform) project. CLIP provides resources and tools for certifying RHEL systems running SELinux for various government requirements. Information on the mailing list, including subscription instructions and archives is available here.

NetLabel Tools 0.19 Released

by James Morris |  Monday, January 5th, 2009

Paul Moore has announced the release of version 0.19 of NetLabel Tools, the userspace toolkit for managing Linux labeled networking. This release supports new features in the v2.6.28 kernel, and may be downloaded here.

Reference Policy 2.20081210 Released

by James Morris |  Wednesday, December 10th, 2008

Tresys have announced the release of version 2.20081210 of Reference Policy. This is a major release which includes the replacement of the type enforcement RBAC scheme with user-based access control (UBAC) role separation. The policy version naming scheme now includes a major version number (2.x), and previous versions are considered to be 1.x. Other changes in this release include the addition of support for the milter package, and integration with the new open permission. Reference policy is available from the project download page.

Reference Policy 20081014 Released

by James Morris |  Tuesday, October 14th, 2008

Tresys have announced an updated release of Reference Policy, which is now available for download. Changes in this release include fine grained init script labeling, so that administrators may be limited to managing specific services, as well as several enhancements and fixes.

SELinux Userspace Release 2008-09-09

by James Morris |  Wednesday, September 10th, 2008

Tresys have announced an updated release of the SELinux userspace code, available from the new userspace development project site. This release includes new Ruby bindings for libselinux and several bugfixes.

New SELinux Userland Project Site

by James Morris |  Friday, August 15th, 2008

Tresys have announced the launch of a new source repository, bugtracker and wiki for the SELinux userland code, which may be found here. The site utilizes trac for project management and git as the source code management system. Developers should use this new repository instead of the old sourceforge site.

CDS Framework Toolkit 3.0 Released

by James Morris |  Wednesday, July 30th, 2008

Tresys have announced the release of version 3.0 of their CDS (Cross Domain Solutions) Toolkit, an Eclipse-based IDE for developing CDSs with SELinux. Notable features introduced in this release include support for MLS and labeled networking, with enhancements to end user customization of generated policy and to the general development environment.

Ruby Bindings for libselinux

by James Morris |  Thursday, July 10th, 2008

Dan Walsh has announced preliminary Ruby support for libselinux (the core SELinux management library). This is to enable the integration of the Puppet systems management tool with SELinux, and should also allow other Ruby applications to be similarly integrated.

Reference Policy 20080702 Released

by James Morris |  Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008

Chris PeBenito has announced the latest release of Reference Policy. Notable changes in this release include the ability to specify SELinux roles in loadable policy modules, improved labeled networking support, and new policy modules for virtualization packages.