[rsbac] RSBAC kernel configurations menu question

tazok tazok.id0 at gmail.com
Thu May 3 17:45:43 CEST 2007

Well, I think that the "access key retention support" uses the LSM
framework, if not... there is some reason to include the security.h header
file in parts of their code?(please explanation required). I think that
rsbac is not only a part of the kernel security infrastructure, since it
modify (AFAIK) too many kernel code and is too complex. Probably the "model"
that I think is not an LSM and appears in this submenu is PaX, so I doubt
now in the real reason...

2007/5/3, Tomasz Kłoczko <kloczek en zie.pg.gda.pl>:
> Dnia 03-05-2007, Cz o godzinie 16:29 +0200, tazok napisał(a):
> In "Security options" submenu beside "Enable different security models"
> entry exist "Enable access key retention support" which isn't LSM switch
> but it is strict kernel security related. RSBAC it is part of kernel
> security infrastructure and IMO logical will be putt group of all RSBAC
> switches on the same level as two above.
> kloczek
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