[rsbac] appending rsbac data to /proc/$pid/status
jens.kasten at kasten-edv.de
Thu Mar 15 23:39:58 CET 2018
Am March 15, 2018 9:29:23 PM UTC schrieb "Javier Juan Martínez Cabezón" <tazok at rsbac.org>:
>I suppose that if my digital signature is banned is by one of two
> * There are radicals anti cryptography that controls this mailing list
>and hate cryptography. One dark bot
> * Or my signature is recognized as dangerous or directly as a troll
>Not sure which of both left me worse.........
>Now, I will be (at least) a bit serious....
>I think that doing it through /proc make it more portable to any other
>languages (even bash :) ). And I think using through /proc calls are a
>more elegant approach. Using /proc gets coherent since historically it
>always exposed this kind of info and I think it will not expose nothing
>that could not be controlled by rsbac it self.
>I will check your API.
>Jens, do you prefer the role column with black colour? or white, I
>I will put black in normal and white colour in reverse mode and
>hardcoded of course o:)
>On 15/03/18 14:52, Jens Kasten wrote:
>> Am 13.03.2018 23:20, schrieb Javier Juan Martínez Cabezón:
>>> WARNING: contains banned part
>> Hi Javier
>> better use a paste service for such email :D
>> I have few tiny userland tools which I use now for longer time.
>> There for example I use:
>> rsbac_api = rsbac.Rsbac()
>> # first get jail_id to test if further action is needed
>> jail_id, error = rsbac_api.attr_get_process("JAIL", pid, "jail_id")
>> This is just a passthrough at the moment to a python Popen call. If
>> speed is needed then there is only one place to implement a C
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As I mention it simple pass it to Popen. I habe a dummy for c extension but in moment no reason.
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