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Old 04-10-2005, 03:33 AM   #1
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Implementing Object Manager in LSM ( Linux Security Module )

Hi everybody !

Actually, I have a project to do.

My master has asked me to implement object manager in LSM.
I know that object manager is a concept in the flask security architecture,
but I'm not sure whether it has been implemented in SELinux or not.
Also, I don't know much about LSM because I found very little and complex
documentation out there, and in Kernel documentation.

Any Ideas, suggestions or web links are most welcome :-)



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