Using SETools to Manage SELinux Policies

[ Thanks to James Turnbull for this
link. ]

“Configuring high-end SELinux (Security-enhanced Linux) policies
can be a daunting challenge to system administrators, especially
those who are new to the concepts and processes. But there are a
number of useful tools available that will help you write, analyze
and report on your policy. In this tip we’ll look at one of these
tools: SETools, a free open source product from Tresys

“How does SETools help you out? The SETools package combines a
number of different tools to assist you in working with SELinux

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