[CentOS] an actual hacked machine, in a preserved state

Ljubomir Ljubojevic office at plnet.rs
Tue Jan 3 02:41:02 UTC 2012

On 01/03/2012 03:30 AM, Bennett Haselton wrote:
> In other words, when SELinux causes a problem, it can take hours or days
> to find out that SELinux is the cause -- and even then you're not done,
> because you have to figure out a workaround if you want to fix the
> problem while keeping SELinux turned on.

You can always set SELinux to permissible mode for testing purposes and 
it will allow the action, but report that it would have been blocked.


Ljubomir Ljubojevic
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