Security-Enhanced Linux Analysis Tools (slat) provide a systematic way to determine if security goals are achieved by a given SELinux policy configuration. In particular, slat is concerned with information flow security goals, which describe desired paths by which information moves throughout a system. We provide a simple syntax in which to express these goals, and tools that check a policy configuration against the goals.
Author: The MITRE Corporation
Maintainer: Miguel Bolanos <miguel [at] geekpreview [dot] org>
T2 source: slat.desc
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