SELinux Policy Editor

Tags: selinux

Description
SELinux Policy Editor (seedit) is a tool to make SELinux policies easy to apply. It was originally developed by Hitachi Software.

SELinux Policy Editor uses something called a Simplified Policy. This is described by the Simplified Policy Description Language (SPDL). It uses simple name-based configration and reduces the number of permissions required to get everything working.

SELinux Policy Editor has a graphical interface to generate Simplified Policies. This means that adminstrators do not have to remember syntax of the language. Command line tools are also included in the package.

You can try SELinux Policy Editor on Fedora Core 5 or CentOS 4.3 It will not affect existing SELinux policies so it is possible to revert to the default settings easily.
Interface: Graphical
Rating: Good (5 votes)


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