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Kernel Security for 2.8 - Kernel Summit 2004
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Kernel Security for 2.8 - Kernel Summit 2004

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"Kernel Security for 2.8", presentation given at the Linux Kernel Summit in Ottawa in 2004. …

"Kernel Security for 2.8", presentation given at the Linux Kernel Summit in Ottawa in 2004.

Note that this was when we were still expecting to have versions 2.7/2.8.

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  • 1. Kernel Security for 2.8 Linux Kernel Summit Ottawa 2004 James Morris, Red Hat
  • 2. Current Status Several security features in 2.6: ● LSM ● Crypto API (software) ● Cryptoloop ● dm-crypt ● IPSec ● SELinux (MAC, RBAC) ● NX ● Audit Framework ● Syscall Auditing Discussion?
  • 3. Potential Future Directions (2.7+) ● SELinux: ● MLS (multilevel security) ● Labeled networking ● Integration with resource management ● NFSv4 integration ● Virtualization: ● Increased isolation ● Polyinstantiation ● Hardware Crypto API ● Kernel keyring management ● More LSM applications? ● Continued refinement of Netfilter ● Signed modules (2.6?) ● Signed binaries ● Exec-shield (2.6?) ● TPM ● LT ● Better capabilities (Chris Wright) ● Separate out DAC (Chris Wright)

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