Domain and Type Enforcement for Linux

@inproceedings{Hallyn2000DomainAT,
  title={Domain and Type Enforcement for Linux},
  author={Serge E. Hallyn and Phil Kearns},
  booktitle={Annual Linux Showcase & Conference},
  year={2000}
}
Access control in Linux is currently very limited. This paper details the implementation of Domain and Type Enforcement (DTE) in Linux, which gives the system administrator a significant advantage in securing his systems. We control access from domains to types, domain transitions, and signal access between domains, based on a policy which is read at boot time. 
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