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The strict policy lists only the user_r role:
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user user_u roles { user_r };
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Access vector rules are used to define permissions for objects and processes The allow keyword is followed by the object or process type and then the types it can access or be accessed by and the permissions used The following allows processes in the amanda_t domain to search the Amanda configuration directories (any directories of type amanda_config_t):
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allow amanda_t amanda_config_t:dir search;
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The following example allows Amanda to read the files in a user home directory:
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allow amanda_t user_home_type:file { getattr read };
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The next example allows Amanda to read, search, and write files in the Amanda data directories:
allow amanda_t amanda_data_t:dir { read search write };
Role Allow Rules
Roles can also have allow rules Though they can be used for domains and objects, they are usually used to control role transitions, specifying whether a role can transition to another role These rules are listed in the RBAC configuration file The following entry allows the user to transition to a system administrator role:
allow user_r sysadm_r;
Transition and Vector Rule Macros
The type transition rules set the type used for rules to create objects Transition rules also require corresponding access vector rules to enable permissions for the objects or processes Instead of creating separate rules, macros are used that will generate the needed rules The following example sets the transition and access rules for user files in the home directory, using the file_type_auto_trans macro:
file_type_auto_trans(privhome, user_home_dir_t, user_home_t)
The next example sets the Amanda process transition and acce ss rules for creating processes:
domain_auto_trans(inetd_t, amanda_inetd_exec_t, amanda_t)
Constraint Rules
Restrictions can be further placed on processes such as transitions to ensure greater security These are implemented with constraint definitions in the constraints file Constraint rules are often applied to transition operations, such as requiring that, in a process transition, user identities remain the same, or that process 1 be in a domain that has the privuser attribute and process 2 be in a domain with the userdomain attribute The characters u, t, and r refer to user, type, and role, respectively
constrain process transition ( u1 == u2 or ( t1 == privuser and t2 == userdomain )
SELinux Policy Configuration Files
Configuration files are normally changed using te and fc files These are missing from the module headers in /usr/share/selinux If you are adding a module you will need to create the te and fc files for it Then you can create a module and add it as described in the next section If you want to create or modify your own policy, you will need to download and
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install the source code files for the SELinux reference policy, as described the section after Using SELinux Source Configuration The reference policy code holds the complete set of te and fc configuration files
Compiling SELinux Modules
Instead of compiling the entire source each time you want to make a change, you can just compile a module for the area you changed The modules directory holds the different modules Each module is built from a corresponding te file The checkmodule command is used to create a mod module file from the te file, and then the semodule_package command is used to create the loadable pp module file as well as a fc file context file As noted in the SELinux documentation, if you need to change the configuration for syslogd, you first use the following to create a syslogdmod file using syslogdte The -M option specifies support for MLS security levels
checkmodule -M -m syslogdte -o syslogdmod
Then use the semodule_package command to create a syslogdpp file from the syslogd mod file The -f option specifies the file context file
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