About Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux)

Posted at December 13, 2016 at 11:37 am by Jithin

Security Enhanced Linux ( SELinux ) is an additional layer of system security. The primary goal of SELINUX is to protect user data from system services that have been compromised. Most Linux administrators are familiar with the standard user/group/other permission security model. This is a user and group-based model known as discretionary access control. SELINUX provides an additional layer of security that is object-based and controlled by more sophisticated rules, known as mandatory access con   [...]

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About KVM ( Kernel-based Virtual Machine )

Posted at September 8, 2016 at 6:30 pm by Jithin

Overview KVM (Portion based Virtual Machine) is the main open source complete virtualization arrangement on x86 equipment and it underpins all major working frameworks including Linux and Windows. KVM empowers associations to be light-footed by giving strong adaptability and versatility that fit their particular business requests. KVM changes over the Linux bit into an exposed metal hypervisor and it influences the propelled elements of Intel VT-X and AMD-V x86 equipment, in this manner conve   [...]

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