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This course introduces advanced system administrators, security administrators, and applications programmers to SELinux policy writing. Students in this course will learn how SELinux works; how to manage SELinux; and how to write a SELinux policy. This class culminates in a major project to scope out and then write policies for previously unprotected services.
This course requires RHCE-level skills. Prerequisite skills can be shown by passing the RHCE Exam or by possessing comparable skills and knowledge. Participants need not have indepth knowledge of SELinux, but should have a basic understanding of the SELinux security layer.
4 Days Lecture/Lab
This course is designed for computer security specialists and other system administrators responsible for setting and implementing security policies on a Linux computer. Applications programmers also may consider taking the course to understand how to provide a set of SELinux policies for third party applications.