I have a security-sensitive customer...
David.Collier-Brown at Sun.COM
Thu May 19 14:56:03 GMT 2005
Righto, zones and TS default policies are less dramatic (:-))
Andrew Bartlett wrote:
> On Thu, 2005-05-19 at 10:46 -0400, David Collier-Brown wrote:
>> How so? It can do anything root can, it just can't do it
>>to some process in some other zone or on a filesystem or
>>network connected only to another zone.
>> Did you hit a restriction Sun didn't notice? If so
>>I should open a bug for it.
> I'm speaking only from the SELinux discussion that was had on this list,
> where people wanted to try and define restrictive policies for Samba,
> and some crazy ideas were proposed as regards how to transition between
> the different zones (one per user).
> The point is that any zone with 'make me root again' as a privilege, is
> a pretty special zone.
> Andrew Bartlett
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