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SELinux Project

SELinux is flexible Mandatory Access Control (MAC) for Linux

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  1. The SELinux Notebook

    Python 65 14

  2. This is the upstream repository for the Security Enhanced Linux (SELinux) userland libraries and tools. The software provided by this project complements the SELinux features integrated into the Li…

    C 650 257

  3. SELinux Reference Policy

    Python 115 56

  4. GitHub mirror of the SELinux kernel repository

    C 90 31

Repositories

  • refpolicy

    SELinux Reference Policy

    Python GPL-2.0 56 115 7 4 Updated Sep 22, 2020
  • selinux-notebook

    The SELinux Notebook

    Python 14 65 0 0 Updated Sep 18, 2020
  • selinux

    This is the upstream repository for the Security Enhanced Linux (SELinux) userland libraries and tools. The software provided by this project complements the SELinux features integrated into the Linux kernel and is used by Linux distributions. All bugs and patches should be submitted to selinux@vger.kernel.org

    C 257 650 36 2 Updated Sep 17, 2020
  • selinux-kernel

    GitHub mirror of the SELinux kernel repository

    C 31 90 18 0 Updated Sep 15, 2020
  • selinux-testsuite

    This is the upstream SELinux testsuite which is designed as a basic set of regression tests for the SELinux kernel functionality.

    Perl GPL-2.0 29 36 11 1 Updated Sep 3, 2020
  • setools

    SELinux Policy Analysis Tools

    Python 32 74 1 1 Updated Aug 23, 2020
  • selinux-artwork

    SELinux artwork repository

    1 0 0 0 Updated Aug 5, 2020
  • cil

    The SELinux Common Intermediate Language (CIL) is designed to be a language that sits between one or more high level policy languages (such as the current module language) and the low-level kernel policy representation.

    C 14 56 2 0 Updated Feb 18, 2015

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