The MITRE policy generation tools, polgen, provide a systematic way to generate policy for programs on an SELinux system. Specifically, polgen attempts to generate policy for a program based on patterns in the program's behavior. The policy that polgen suggests is tailored to the behavior of the program and includes suggestions for new system types when appropriate to support least-privilege on an SELinux system. This process is predictable and repeatable, but interactive. The user, presented with a suggested policy description, can modify that description before actual policy is produced.
Author: MITRE Corporation <selinux-list [at] lists [dot] mitre [dot] org>
Maintainer: Miguel Bolanos <miguel [at] geekpreview [dot] org>
T2 source: polgen.desc
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