Paul Moore of HP has announced the release of version 0.18 of NetLabel Tools, a suite for managing explict labeled networking (i.e. attaching labels to packets via IP options) under Linux. This release adds support for static and fallback labels in the 2.6.25 kernel, in addition to several bugfixes and enhancements.
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Tresys have announced the release of the latest version of Reference Policy. A notable highlight in this release is the addition of core infrastructure for X window (XACE/XSELinux). There’s also new support for wireshark, policy refinements for several already supported applications, and general enhancements including 64-bit capability support and updates for labeled networking.
The NSA have announced the latest release of the core userland SELinux code. According to the changelog, changes in this release include support for policy capabilities (i.e. allowing features to be selectively implemented in policy), several enhancements to libselinux, optimized matchpathcon, improved error handling and various bugfixes. The release may be downloaded here. Also noted in the release is a new page on the NSA site: Related Work, providing links to information on the underlying architecture and non-Linux implementations.
Tresys have announced the release of the latest version of SELinux Reference Policy. The main feature of this release is the merging of strict and targeted policy into one. If the unconfined module is present, the policy will behave similar to the old targeted policy, but with the strict policy roles still available. There are also many general fixes and updates, including a Russian translation of the man page, support for exim, and support for Debian syslogd-listfiles.